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The “Ibo of Cameroon”. Question 1 . Angola was the colony of which country? . Answer 1. Portugal granted independence of Angola in the midst of rising chaos and violence in 1975. . Question 2 . What does ANC in South Africa stand for? . Answer 2. African National Congress. Question 3.

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question 1
Question 1
  • Angola was the colony of which country?
answer 1
Answer 1
  • Portugal granted independence of Angola in the midst of rising chaos and violence in 1975.
question 2
Question 2
  • What does ANC in South Africa stand for?
answer 2
Answer 2
  • African National Congress
question 3
Question 3
  • SOWETO is the name of a city, originated as an abbreviation for what?
answer 3
Answer 3
  • South Western Township, a site for the famous 1976 police massacre
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Question 4
  • What are the two general categories of South African whites?
answer 4
Answer 4
  • Afrikaners, descendents of 17th century Dutch and French Huguenot settlers, and English speakers, most of whom have British origins.
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Question 5
  • In South Africa, economic liberalization has produced some success stories. Who was this famous person that went from trade union leader to chief negotiator for the ANC to media tycoon?
answer 5
Answer 5
  • Cyril Ramaphosa
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Question 6
  • What is the country, formerly known as Rhodesia, a country of glorious natural beauty?
answer 6
Answer 6
  • Zimbabwe
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Question 7
  • Out of Kenya’s approximately forty African ethnic groups, which one is numerically the largest?
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Answer 7
  • Kikuyu represents roughly 22 percent of the population.
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Question 8
  • Which people are known as the “Jews of East Africa?”
answer 8
Answer 8
  • The Indians
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Question 9
  • Which people are the prominent market-dominant minority in West Africa?
answer 9
Answer 9
  • The Lebanese.
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Question 10
  • What does RUF stand for?
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Answer 10
  • The Revolutionary United Front (RUF), a rebel army that fought a failed ten-year insurrection in Sierra Leone, starting in 1991 and ending in 2002. It later developed into a political party, which existed until 2007.
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Question 11
  • Who are the Jews of Nigeria?
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Answer 11
  • The Ibo
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Question 12
  • Who are the “Ibo of Cameroon?”
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Answer 12
  • The Bamileke (FrenchBamiléké) are a collection of Semi-Bantu (or Grassfields Bantu)/ The Germans first applied the term "Bamileke" to the people as administrative shorthand for the people of the region. It was during German (and later French) colonial rule that the Bamileke first began to regard themselves as a single, albeit fragmented, people.
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Question 13
  • Which country is this icon for? (Hint: look at the animals in the picture.)
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Answer 13
  • Sierra Leone, officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, is a country in West Africa. It is bordered by Guinea on the north and Liberia on the south, with the Atlantic Ocean on the west. The name Sierra Leone was adapted from the Portuguese name for the country: Serra Leoa, literally "Lion Mountain Range".
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Question 14
  • Who was that Indian tycoon involved in allegations in the infamous “Goldenberg case” in Kenya?
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Answer 14
  • Kamlesh Pattni
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