3 minutes read June 25, 2014 Cote d’Ivoire vs Greece (in Harlem, NY) It has been a relatively successful World Cup thus far for Africa, save a disappointing Cameroon. Nigeria, Algeria, and Ghana have all enjoyed crucial victories, edging them closer to a….. Read More 7 minutes read June 20, 2014 @ChiefBoima World Cup Diary Day 9 – Padrão FIFA A four day national holiday that kicked off the cup ended on Monday, so the city has been attempting to return to somewhat of its normal routine. Brazilians have gone….. Read More 1 minute read June 12, 2014 @ChiefBoima’s World Cup Diary Day 1: A Tale of Two Copas World Cup Day 1 — The sun is out in Rio for the first time in days. It’s a national holiday. Anticipation in the air. I’m woken up to the….. Read More 5 minutes read November 8, 2013 Football and Dictatorships World and European champions Spain will play Equatorial Guinea in a friendly in Malabo on November 16th. We can only speculate as to why Spain is playing this match. There’s….. Read More 1 minute read March 5, 2011 Secrets of Slave Cities What is it with these “facelifts” that tend to uncover the dirty sinews of yesteryear? Back in Cape Town, South Africa, as the “Mother City” attempted to cover up all….. Read More ©Africa is a Country 2015 Africa is a Country Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Stream.