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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. African Milky Eagle Owl Facts
The African Milky Eagle Owl is Africa's largest owl. Living in Sub-Saharan Africa, it prefers to nest in hollow trees and cave floors.

2. Flags of Africa - Countries Starting With R
Information about the flags of the African countries of Reunion and Rwanda.

3. Joshua's Masai Mask - Book Review
The only thing Masai or even African about the book is the Masai mask. I was hoping for more...

4. African Proverbs On Leadership
African proverbs are known for imparting bits of wisdom and knowledge. Here are proverbs pertaining to leadership and authority.

5. What is Shea Butter?
Shea butter is the main ingredient in African Black Soap. What is shea butter and how is it made?

6. Raffia Cloth of the Kuba People
Raffia cloth is central to the culture of the Kuba people as the symbolic patterns reveal stories and secrets about their lives. Variations in the cloth tells a lot about the wearer.

7. Lake Fundudzi and Venda Legends
The mystical Lake Fundudzi lies in the Soutpansberg region of southern Africa. For the Venda people it is a sacred place and has been an important part of their spiritual tradition for centuries.

8. African Proverbs On Food
Food is very important in African culture. Each region has its own favorite dish. Here are some proverbs about food.

9. What is a Khanga?
Khangas are a traditional piece of fabric worn by many East African women.

10. 'Keeping the Dream' Album Review
Louis Mhlanga uses his music to express his experiences and to connect with daily events. He feels utter happiness and fulfilment when he is able to reach other souls through his music and ‘Keeping the Dream’ does just that.



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