Comments to article «Unexplored Africa: 17 Controversial Things We Used to Believe In»

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agreed the steriotypes are whrog , but dont talk about how it is if you dont know ,
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year ago
This comment is beautiful but so out of place.
Here is some of the Myths that is actually true:
Myth #13: The crime rate in Africa is extremely high - Well in South-Africa there is a lot of crime here is an article for people that don't believe me
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-41413307 and this was just 1 that was told there are daily crime so bad that you live in constant fear.

Myth #4: Africa is ruled by tyrants. - Again South-Africa is ruled by a bunch of Racist politicians and corruption is so high that they don't even have electricity to go around and only certain areas get's switch off depends on the rate of how many black and white people live in that area.
Myth #5: White people are hated in Africa. - The white people in South-Africa is being murdered on a daily basis where politicians actually tells how they are going to kill the white men, rape their woman and children, but it is hidden from the world here is another link
https://www.thesouthafrican.com/farm-attacks-south-africa-figures-48-hours/

So just so you know there is a big problem in South-Africa but the rest of Africa might be better. So half of the myths are not really myths but reality
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10 months ago
HULK DELETE THIS COMMENT!
They did, not everything on the internet is true
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it's so funny when people from other continents think Africa is just one country. Crime rates and corruption in S.A might be higher but it is not surprising to read about these kind of facts even in developed nations. And one more thing.. don't believe everything BBC or CNN tells you. Africa have over 50 beautiful countries and actually if you get here you have lots of things to learn.
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Thank you for sharing the truth about Africa. I have encountered a lot of travelers from overseas being dumbfounded by the information they attained upon coming to Africa testifying of the fallacies they were told about Africa.
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A lot of these "myths" are cold hard fact. I live in South Africa.
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