Just letting you know the Arabs are racists so are the Jews. The name Africa is a phenomenon. 4 Likes ; Re: Africa's Name Before Europeans Renamed It Africa by Idrismusty97(m): 4:33pm On Oct 15, 2014; ROSSIKE: You mean YOUR ''blackness'' is a problem. Article by Ruth Ware. It was used by the Moors, Nubians, Numidians, Khart-Haddans (Carthagenians), and Ethiopians. That isn't meant to be an insult. The Original name for Africa is :Alkebulan: Arabic for " The Land Of The Blacks" Alkebulan is the oldest and the only name of indigenous origin. The Original name for Africa is :Alkebulan: Arabic for " The Land Of The Blacks" What 2 know more about Afrika? Start at the beginning and getting the name right. So whatever the 'original' name for Africa was, we simply don't know. I totally agree that in order to claim ownership of the name and our continent, we should research our own history. Others believe that the name "Africa" was derived from two Phoenician words, "friqi" and "pharika." The name is one, over time that is connected to historical heritages and tied to historical revolutions. The Original name for Africa is :Alkebulan: Arabic for " The Land Of The Blacks" Alkebulan is the oldest and the only name of indigenous origin. Explore a list of current African countries according to their former colonial names, with explanations of border changes and amalgamations of territories. By Chafi BAKARI 11:07 July 12, 2017 . Leave the rest of us out of it, self hater. After decolonization, state boundaries in Africa remained remarkably stable, but the colonial names of African states often changed. 29. Home to 1.216 billion people, the world’s second-largest population and 2nd largest continent after Asia. The name Africa came into Western use through the Romans, who used the name Africa terra — "land of the Afri" (plural, or "Afer" singular) — for the northern part of the continent, as the province of Africa with its capital Carthage, corresponding to modern-day Tunisia. First on this list is Africa. Thought to translate as corn and fruit, the assumption is that the Phoenicians christened Africa as "the land of corn and fruit." Africa is a renowned name that has traveled way beyond the shores of the Nile to the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. There are many different theories as to the origin of Africa’s name. History Facts Art History Puerto Rico All About Africa Ancient Names Pan Africanism Black Pride African Diaspora Moorish.