Africa is a continent below Europe between the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the Indian Ocean on the east with the Mediterranean Sea to the north. If we look at it on a common Mercator’s map, like we all use at school, we will see that it is about the same size as Greenland and about three quarters of the size of North America. There are about forty-five different nations, some very large, which sometimes have very stright lines for borders. And of course it is inhabited by people with black skins, the Africans.
These people mostly live in primitive huts around cooking fires. It is uncivilised and has no real history - it has always been like this.