Gabon: The trip of the lifetime to the land where time stands still
‘Africa’s very last (Garden of) Eden’ Mike Fay Gabon (officially the Gabonese Republic) is arguably one of the single most stable...
Gabon: The trip of the lifetime to the land where time stands still
‘Africa’s very last (Garden of) Eden’ Mike Fay Gabon (officially the Gabonese Republic) is arguably one of the single most stable of countries in Sub Saharan Africa. This means it is an absolutely ideal and safe tourist attraction for the enterprising Pakistani Couple who want to spend a relatively inexpensive vacation... Read more
Disaster at sea: Over 300 parish while looking for a better life
More than 300 migrants were feared drowned earlier today, after their overcrowded dinghies sank in the Mediterranean, the latest large scale boat disaster on the perilous crossing from Africa to Europe. The victims were  migrants mainly from sub-Saharan Africa who had left the coast of Libya at the weekend... Read more
Sub Saharan economies surge ahead
No longer are the nations of sub-Saharan Africa, long a symbol of war, famine and corruption, an economic basket case. Six of the world’s fastest-growing economies are there. Higher oil prices, richer consumers and sounder governments have raised so much interest in Africa’s economic promise that it’s being showcased... Read more