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Around 600 BC the use of metal tools spread across small population bases and farming groups in North Africa, and their use gradually spread south into what is now called South Africa.

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They became aggressive hunters, lived in caves and used fire and their ability to create stone tools just to survive.“The contrast between the immaculate streets of central Kigali and the filthy conditions in Gikondo couldn’t be starker.” The report’s researchers claimed that detainees are routinely beaten for “trivial actions” including talking too loudly or failing to form an orderly line for the toilets.While the government stopped street children from being sent to Gikondo last year, women with babies and small children are still detained there and often suffer the worst abuse, they said.Daniel Bekele, Africa director of HRW, which interviewed 57 detainees for the report, Why Not Call This Place a Prison, said Gikondo reflected “an unofficial policy of keeping people the authorities consider 'undesirable' away from the public eye".“Kigali is often praised for its cleanliness and tidiness, but its poorest residents have been paying the price for this positive image,” he said.The Phoenicians were an enterprising maritime trading culture from Tunisia in north Africa; only to be destroyed by the Romans in 146 BC.