In our August post on the world in year 2100, we reported what the world is saying that the next is the African Century.
One factor is enormously growing population in Africa. Which is well known.
What is less known is the size of African continent and the question: How big is Africa?
Kai Krause has created the graphic above to showcase the true size of Africa, which is widely distorted on commonly seen maps of the world.
His image illustrated how many countries could comfortably fit inside Africa.
In fact, the USA, China, India, Japan and the vast majority of Europe combined does not add up to the same area Africa occupies on earth. – via Richard Branson of Virgin Group.
What the world will be like in year 2100
It’s the economy, stupid
Africa: Nigeria largest economy, China largest single trading partner
The World Bank, meet your challenger: China-led AIIB
Total fertility rate falling in world; rising in Africa, Pakistan
Pakistanis to have shorter lives as the world will live longer
Is trade with post-sanctions Iran another Godsend after China?
$46B China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: 15 years, 4 phases, 3 routes, 51 projects
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor enters stage of implementation: Xi Jinping
Xi Jinping: most powerful Chinese leader since Mao Zedong
China gets highest approval from Pakistanis, Africans as world leader
Nigeria emerges as the top frontier market
Nigeria surpasses SA as continent’s biggest economy
Fauji Fertilizer plans $1.25B plant in Africa as domestic profits drop
In global competitiveness, Pakistan ranks with Africa’s poorest states
BRICS bank an alternative to World Bank/IMF?
Is Obama moving the war to Africa?
Wali on Pakistan of future