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Seychelles Tourism’s GCC roadshow goes virtual

Gulf Daily News 02 Mar 2021
A strong delegation from the local trade attended comprising of representatives from Masons Travel, Creole Travel Services, 7 Degree South, Summer Rain Tours and J’adore Seychelles on behalf of the Tour Operators and the hotel properties including North Island, Six Senses ...
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Water Cooler: An introduction to soul food

The Spokesman-Review 04 Feb 2021
Soul food was born out of the Transatlantic Slave Trade ... Africans who cultivated rice were specifically sought out during the slave trade, solidifying its place in soul food. Jambalaya is a Creole rice dish with influences from West African, Spanish and French influence, with rice cooked in the same pot as spices, seafood, sausage or poultry ... .
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Africa’s Most Traded Currencies in 2020

FX Empire 31 Jan 2021
As diverse as the African continent and her countries are, so are the currencies which see high daily volumes of trade ... Start Trading ... The Tunisian Dinar trades at around 2.70 TND for 1 USD ... The Botswana Pula trades at around 11.04 BWP for 1 USD ... The Nigerian Naira trades at around 396.67 NGN for 1 USD.
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Ma Rainey robbed of complexity on a ‘Negro’ path leading nowhere

Mail Guardian South Africa 16 Jan 2021
Contemporary films continue to place Black women in two categories. mammy or slut ... I like ugly men ... They could as well be “babes” in the Ancient Magic Queen’s harem, had Negro women had the legal “pleasure”, fortune and power to do so, as opposed to trading in plum-ripe Chocolate Negro, Mulatto Negro and Creole-Latino flesh in underground brothels.
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An archaeological project analyzes informal commerce in the colonial Caribbean

Phys Dot Org 02 Dec 2020
ArCarib is the first archaeological project that transcends the maritime boundary between the islands and Venezuela and seeks to understand how goods that were traded by sea, mainly coveted Venezuelan cocoa and other less known objects such as creole stoneware and European ceramics, affected island and mainland societies.
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