African culture, or non-culture…

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“..as well as from African non-culture to culture…”

African culture…

“There are hundreds of tribes in Africa with different cultures. A country like South Africa has about 11 official languages. Nigeria has over 520 indigenous languages.

Kenya has at least 68 tribal languages. Zimbabwe has 16 official languages. In countries like Botswana, there is one indigenous language spoken by the majority (Tswana).

So there you are, these various examples show you how diverse African cultures are. Among major tribes, you may have sub-tribes and clans among them.

The traditional dressing might also be different among them.” Thomas Neymar-Quora

 

“Africa is a continent with about 54 countries and hundreds of tribes. Each tribe has its own unique culture and differs from its neighbors.

This will include clothing, art, food, language, religion, etc. Also, if you include anyone of African descent, then African-Americans, Afro-Caribbeans, Afro-Hispanics, Afro-Canadians, and many others from the black diaspora would also fall. into the same situation.

They all have different types of “African cultures”. However, there are some specific things that all black cultures have in common. One is Family which is important no matter what type of black man you are.

Another is the love of dancing to music. You have to be specific about what kind of “African culture” you want to know because technically there is no such thing.” Addison Omari-Quora

African architecture…

I am fascinated by African architecture… The styles are different from each other, yet so similar… In every building, you can feel the human soul of the masters who built it…

The architecture is autochthonous and traditional… But also modern…

 

The composition is calm, and it is enhanced by the color of vivid colors… Natural… Everything is pleasing to the eye and suitable for people…

 

African non-culture…

Africans are very intelligent, on the one hand… On the other hand, they are inhumane and behave with animal instincts… Young African women know this best… Terrible…

And why are there so many hungry children in Africa???

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