Africa Day

Africa Day, a chance to celebrate a beautiful continent. With 54 countries Africa is a bounty of unique cultures. This week’s celebrations gave us a moment to celebrate African Union’s 55th year.
Today on Talk Africa we look back at the gains made over the decades. As well as the challenges stopping the continent from its full potential. Africa Day was first celebrated
on May 25th 1963.
This year’s theme for Africa Day is the African Union Agenda 2063.
 Watch the episode here
Source: CGTN Africa
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