- Lake Victoria
- Victoria Falls between Zambia and Zimbabwe
- Victoria, Gauteng, South Africa
- Victoria, Seychelles, the capital city of the Seychelles
- Limbe, Cameroon, known as "Victoria" until 1982
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Other articles related to "africa":
... Xhosa women of South Africa have a low, rhythmic style of throat-singing called eefing that is often accompanied by call-and-response vocals ...
... The Book Of Common Prayer in Africa is the same as the ones in other places ... Each province has its own signature which is put on the cover pages of the book as there are some words that differ from province to another ...
... back to the beginning of the Union of South Africa and the Boer republics before which, while repressive to black South Africans along with other minorities, had not ... Act in 1950 classified residents in South Africa into four racial groups "black", "white", "colored", and "Indian" and noted their racial identities on their identifications ... What is more, the Bantu Education Act in 1953 segregated national education in South Africa as well ...
... OUP titles published in the UK, in the 1960s OUP Southern Africa started publishing local authors, for the general reader, but also for schools and universities ... Its territory includes Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland and Namibia, as well as South Africa, the biggest market of the five ... OUP Southern Africa is now one of the three biggest educational publishers in South Africa, and focuses its attention on publishing textbooks ...
Famous quotes containing the word africa:
“For Africa to me ... is more than a glamorous fact. It is a historical truth. No man can know where he is going unless he knows exactly where he has been and exactly how he arrived at his present place.”
—Maya Angelou (b. 1928)
“I who have cursed
The drunken officer of British rule, how choose
Between this Africa and the English tongue I love?
Betray them both, or give back what they give?
How can I face such slaughter and be cool?
How can I turn from Africa and live?”
—Derek Walcott (b. 1930)