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Rock on down to Electric Avenue
Rock on down to Electric Avenue
The centre of Nairobi's nightlife is where the sexogenarians of all shapes and sizes gather to party the night away.
Flying Air Zimbabwe
Flying Air Zimbabwe
A trip from London to Harare brings the diaspora home -- and back to earth.
Beauty salons and the beast
Beauty salons and the beast
Thanks to the rise of the metrosexual, Tanzania's barbershops have become more than just a place to get a haircut.
The wild ride of the matatu
The wild ride of the matatu
From affluent denizens in gated communities to the inhabitants of hovels, everyone in Kenya will give you an earful about their trip in a matatu.
Dancing to the Eritrean tune
Dancing to the Eritrean tune
Hostile neighbours Ethiopia and Eritrea passed the bloodiest decade of war in 2000, with a tragedy that consumed about 80 000 lives.
I'm getting married, please send money
I'm getting married, please send money
Nothing is for free in Tanzania, especially not weddings, which take a large chunk out of one's payslip each month.
Playing Survivor Zimbabwe
Playing Survivor Zimbabwe
Everjoice Win is headed back to her home country -- but not without ample supplies.
Sistas wear the pants in Kenya
Sistas wear the pants in Kenya
It's not a man's world any longer. And Munene Kilongi isn't happy about the gender war exploding on Nairobi's streets.
Chama the best choice for tjommies
Chama the best choice for tjommies
This economic empowerment model is all the rage in Kenya, writes Munene Kilongi.
Ethiopia's paper landlords
Ethiopia's paper landlords
The most popular spots on the streets of Addis Ababa are around newspaper stands where people can rent a read for half an hour.

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