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Here are the top ten articles for the African Culture Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Pygmy Giraffe Facts
In the wild and purposefully bred, pygmy and dwarf giraffes have captured to imagination of people all around the world.
2. Flags of Africa - Countries Starting With G
Information about the flags of the African countries of Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, and Guinea-Bissau.
3. Flags of Africa - Countries Starting With B
Information about the flags of the African countries of Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, and Burundi.
4. Zulu Baby Names - Male
Zulu children are named before they are born. Babies are named depending on circumstances or relationships in the family.
5. African Proverbs on Education
African proverbs are for teaching and passing down wisdom to younger generations. Here are some African proverbs about teaching, learning, and advising.
6. Uji Recipes
A thin gluten-free porridge recipe from Africa. Fermented or not, this popular breakfast food is also known as Ogi and Akama. I've given instructions for both fermented and non-fermented uji recipes.
7. African Proverbs on Music, Song and Dance
Singing, dancing and music are very important parts of African culture. You can find singing, dancing and music at weddings, funerals, and other rites of passage in African society. Here are some proverbs that reflect the importance of song, music and dance.
8. African Proverbs On Leadership
African proverbs are known for imparting bits of wisdom and knowledge. Here are proverbs pertaining to leadership and authority.
9. African Proverbs On Parenting
Most of us are familiar with the Yoruba proverb "It takes a whole village to raise a child". However, there are many more African proverbs about parenting.
10. Zulu Baby Names - Female
Zulu children are named before they are born. The Zulu tribe doesn't have a naming ceremony, but rather a ceremony to introduce the new baby to the family's ancestors.
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