Djibouti Shopping

Djibouti Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview Official languages ​​are Arabic and French. In addition, the Cushitic languages ​​of the Afar and Issa are spoken. Hotel employees, taxi drivers and business people usually speak some English. Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 03/01/2022 Lailat al Miraj (Night of the Ascension) 05/01/2022 Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan) 05/01/2022 Labor Day 06/27/2022 Independence […]

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Democratic Republic of the Congo Shopping

Democratic Republic of the Congo Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview The official language is French, as well as four national languages: Chiluba, Kikongo, Lingala (commercial language) and Kingwana (a Kiswahili dialect). Other languages ​​spoken include Luvena, Chokwe, Gbaya and Kituba (over 400 languages ​​in total). Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 01/04/2022 Commemoration for the Martyrs of Independence 01/17/2022 Folk Heroes Day 05/01/2022 Labor […]

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Comoros Shopping

Comoros Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview Official languages ​​are Arabic and French. Comorian, a language related to Kiswahili, and some Bantu languages ​​are also spoken. Public Holidays 03/18/2022 anniversary of the death of President Said Mohamed Cheikh 05/01/2022 Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan) 05/01/2022 Labor Day 06.07.2022 Independence Day 07/09/2022 Eid al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) 07/30/2022 Muharram (Islamic New […]

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Chad Shopping

Chad Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview The official languages ​​are French and Arabic. Much Arabic is spoken in the north and Sara in the south. Also over 120 regional languages ​​and dialects, the largest tribal groups in the north (predominantly Islamic) are the Nare Arabs, Toubou, Fulani, Hausa, Kanembou, Boulala and Wadai; to the south (predominantly Christian) the Baguirmi, […]

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Central African Republic Shopping

Central African Republic Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview Official language is French; Sangho is the lingua franca and national language. Ubangi languages ​​and Fulani serve as colloquial languages. Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 04/18/2022 easter monday 08/13/2022 Independence Day 08/15/2022 Assumption Day 11/01/2022 all saints day 12/01/2022 National holiday 12/25/2022 Christmas Source: Top-mba-universities.com Duty free shopping Overview The following items can […]

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Cape Verde Shopping

Cape Verde Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview The official language is Portuguese, the native Crioulo is spoken by most of the islanders. Sometimes they also understand English or French. Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 01/20/2022 Heroes Day 03/01/2022 carnival 02.03.2022 Ash Wednesday 05/01/2022 Labor Day 05/19/2022 day of administration 05.07.2022 Independence Day 08/15/2022 Assumption Day 09/12/2022 National holiday 11/01/2022 all […]

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Cameroon Shopping

Cameroon Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview The official languages ​​are English (20%) and French (80%). According to the constitution, both languages ​​are given equal status. Bantu, Semibantu and other African languages ​​are common. Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 02/11/2022 Youth Day 03/01/2022 Lailat al Miraj (Night of the Ascension) 04/15/2022 Good Friday 04/17/2022 Easter Sunday 05/01/2022 Djoulde Soumae (End […]

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Burundi Shopping

Burundi Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview Official languages ​​are French and Kirundi. Kiswahili and English are widely spoken. Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 05.02.2022 Day of the Unity of the People 05/01/2022 Labor Day 05/26/2022 Ascension of Christ 07/01/2022 Independence Day 08/15/2022 Assumption Day 10/13/2022 Commemoration Day for Rwagasore 10/21/2022 Memorial Day for President Ndadaye 11/01/2022 all saints day […]

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Botswana Shopping

Botswana Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview English serves as the official language. National languages ​​are Setswana and other Bantu languages. Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 04/15/2022 Good Friday 04/18/2022 easter monday 05/01/2022 Labor Day 05/26/2022 Ascension of Christ 07/01/2022 Seretse Khama Day 07/18/2022 Presidents’ Day 09/30/2022 Botswana Independence Day 12/25/2022 Christmas Source: Top-mba-universities.com Duty free shopping Overview The following […]

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Benin Shopping

Benin Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview The official language is French. About 60 African languages ​​serve as colloquial languages. Fon/Yoruba is predominantly spoken in the south, while tribal languages ​​such as Bariba and Fulani are spoken in the north. Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 01/10/2022 tradition day 04/18/2022 easter monday 05/01/2022 Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan) 05/01/2022 Labor Day […]

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Angola Shopping

Angola Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview The official language is Portuguese. Most residents speak Bantu languages ​​(Ombundu, Kimbundu, Chokwe, Lwena, Kikongo). Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 01/04/2022 Day of the Martyrs of Colonial Oppression 02/04/2022 Beginning of the War of Independence 03/08/2022 International Women’s Day 04/04/2022 Day of Peace and Reconciliation 04/15/2022 Good Friday 04/18/2022 easter monday 05/01/2022 Labor […]

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Algeria Shopping

Algeria Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview The official language is Arabic (70%), in the south mainly Berber languages ​​are spoken (30%). Business and official language is predominantly French. Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 05/01/2022 Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan) 05/01/2022 Labor Day 05.07.2022 Independence Day 07/09/2022 Eid al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) 08/08/2022 Ashura 10/09/2022 Milad un Nabi (Birthday of […]

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Education of Namibia

Politics and Education of Namibia

State structure and political system of Namibia Namibia is a parliamentary republic with broad presidential powers. The 1990 Constitution is in force. Administratively, it is divided into 13 districts (Caprivi, Erongo, Hardap, Karas, Komas, Kunene, Ohangwena, Okavango, Omaheke, Omusati, Osha-na, Oshikoto, Otjozondjupa). Large cities: Windhoek, Walvis Bay, Tsumeb, Luderitz. The head of state is the […]

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About Libya

About Libya

Libya is at least 10 millennia old, an incredibly ancient and culturally rich country that was destined for a difficult fate. Among the mass of armed groups and buildings destroyed by explosions, there are ancient temples and ruins of ancient cities that are eternal as the world, which tell us about the past of our […]

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The Federal Republic of Nigeria

The Federal Republic of Nigeria

On the eve of independence (1960) three parties dominated politics: Northern peoples congress (NPC), dominated by the Hausa-fulani (conservative), Action group (AG), controlled by the Yoruba and Lagos, and NCNC, led by the Ibos (the seconds more progressive). The Northern region was disproportionately more populous than the other regions, and the central federal government was […]

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Egypt Between 1940 and 1948

Egypt Between 1940 and 1948

The Second World War seized Egypt when public opinion that initially, except for the nationalists, had hailed the Anglo-Egyptian treaty of 1936 with applause, was taking an increasingly critical attitude towards it, feeling its political burdens. and economic for Egypt not compensated by adequate substantial advantages. Nonetheless, the government of ‛Alī Māhir Pashaà maintained the […]

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Egypt Country and People

Egypt Country Overview

Egyptian culture The Egyptian culture is a culture of antiquity that emerged from various regional cultures through superimposition or conquest. The transition from the prehistoric way of life to high culture took place in a few centuries. Essentially unaffected by foreign areas, the Egyptian culture was able to develop its treasure trove of forms with […]

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Mozambique History

Mozambique History

(República de Moçambique). Southeast African state (799,380 km²). Capital: Maputo. Administrative division: provinces (11). Population: 21,020,000 residents (2008 estimate). Language: Portuguese (official), Bantu. Religion: animists / traditional beliefs 25.8%, Catholics 23.8%, non-religious / atheists 23.1%, Muslims 17.8%, Protestants 7.8%, others 1.7%. Monetary unit: new metical, in the pl. meticais (100 cents). Human Development Index: 0.366 […]

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