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Debate Africano

RDP África - RTP

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Debate dos temas que marcaram a semana em África com coordenação de João Pereira da Silva e a participação de Sheila Khan, Tony Tcheka e Abílio Neto. Transmissão: 6ªfeira -19h10 com repetição domingo -10h10
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Learning about the African continent through the prism of its favorite pastime: football. Hosted by Maher Mezahi and backed by Africa Is a Country with funding from the Open Society Foundation.
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Africana Woman

Africana Woman Network

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Africana Woman Network is the first African Female led podcast network. We tell stories that centre the African woman both on the continent and in the diaspora. Our List of shows are: 1. Africana Woman, our APVA award winning anchor show 2. No Breaks 3. The Educated Africana 4. LEMBA: The Africana Authors Space. Stay tuned and Share the podcast with an African sis who needs her weekly dose of African spice.
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AfriCan Geopardy

Dr Ifesinachi Okafor-Yarwood

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AfriCan Geopardy was founded in 2019. It is a fun, witty, and authentic way of discussing African geopolitics and the oceans, with a twist of breaking stereotypes about Africa. We present topics in a way that tends to make good trouble, and we are grateful to have you as our audience. The podcast is hosted by Dr Ife Okafor-Yarwood.
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African Couch Potato: The Mash-up is a South African perspective on all things film and television. Hosted by award-winning TV producer, Gino Shelile, it mashes up in-studio interviews with industry professionals, titles to check out each week, a current film or series review, and a look at old movies that are worth rewatching.
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The African Trumpet is a podcast run by The Elephant, a platform for engaging citizens to reflect, re-member and re-envision their society by interrogating the past, the present, to fashion a future.
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We share untold or forgotten stories that matter to Africans, through the lens of technology. We promote African pride and excellence, found in the stories behind past and present tech champions and innovators. We discuss the potential impact of technology in local communities, through vibrant conservations with African tech champions and innovators. Each Podcast is hosted by Dr. Paulin Kantue, an aerospace engineer and African technopreneur.
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Mazungumzo - African Scholarly Conversations

Training Centre in Communication (TCC Africa)

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‘Mazungumzo - African Scholarly Conversations’ is a podcast that highlights the perspectives of various stakeholders in academia and research fields across Africa through open dialogue or ‘Mazungumzo’ on scholarly communication in Africa. We are joined by an expansive list of African policymakers, science communication specialists, innovators, and tertiary institution leads who contribute to this realm of science communication. Join the host, Joy Owango, for candid stories by researchers, po ...
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Business of African Fashion

Business of African Fashion

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The Business of African fashion podcast is a seasonal podcast that teaches African fashion entrepreneurs how to build, grow and maintain a successful fashion business. Let’s talk about what it’s really like to build a fashion business; especially from a financial perspective. Get ready to be empowered with actionable strategies and the opportunity to connect with a community of fellow creatives across the world. Join your host + fellow fashion entrepreneur, Victory as she shares her journey, ...
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Hip Hop African Podcast

Department of African Studies, Howard University

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The podcast is the longest-running podcast on African Hip Hop culture. It features discussions on African Hip Hop music & culture from around the continent and the Diaspora. The podcast is produced in the Department of African Studies at Howard University. You can access the podcast at www.hiphopafrican.com and on all major podcast platforms.
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African Folktales with Miss Jo Jo is a Webby Award-winning children's podcast of diverse short stories originating in Africa, originally passed down through generations by word of mouth. These traditional tales told with a new twist, are not only entertaining but serve to teach a lesson as well. Sometimes of a moral value and other times of survival. Tune in and share with a friend.
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A show for expat South Africans and anyone interested in the experiences of those who have made the move overseas. Each episode, we'll hear from South Africans who have left the country to pursue new opportunities, be with loved ones, or simply follow their dreams. We'll explore the challenges and triumphs of life as an expat, and the unique perspective that comes with being a South African abroad. Whether you're an expat yourself or just curious about the expat experience, join us as we del ...
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Listen to “The African History Network Show” with Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network on 910 AM The Superstation WFDF in Detroit, Sundays, 9pm-11pm EST. We focus on Educating, Empowering and Inspiring people of African Descent throughout the Diaspora and around the World because Right Knowledge corrects wrong behavior. Listen LIVE on 910 AM WFDF in Detroit or around the world online at www.910AMSuperstation.com or by downloading the iHeart Radio App to your smartphone or a ...
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This podcast investigates political, socio-economic, and cultural issues in contemporary Africa and the African Diasporas. It engages Africanist scholars, artists, activists, athletes, opinion leaders, business people, and ordinary citizens in a critical conversation about the challenges facing Africans and people of African descent.
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Welcome to "Pan Africans Now" with your host Sheka Blessed, a captivating journey through the vibrant world of Pan Africanism. Join us as we explore the rich tapestry of African history, culture, and identity. Uniting voices from across the globe to celebrate our shared African heritage and empower our collective future. From the early pioneers of the Pan African movement to the modern-day struggles, each episode offers insightful conversations, captivating stories, and thought-provoking dis ...
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The Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime podcast explores real life crimes occurring within South Africa from a psychological viewpoint. Every week a new case is examined and we delve head-first into the motives that drive people to do what they do. Join me on a journey into the minds behind the macarbe.
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This informal podcast is designed to help Christians around the world learn about the experiences of pastors and Christians in Africa. A different African pastor is interviewed on each podcast. The questions and topics vary but one of the main goals is to help Christians, especially from North America, listen well to their brothers and sisters in Africa and learn from them. Therefore, in most interviews there are discussions about the strengths of African churches and how God is working in A ...
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The South African Medical Association

The South African Medical Association

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SAMA membership provides you with individual or collective representation aimed at influencing medical and health legislation, regulation and policies. Our activities, products and services will assist you, as a private or public sector practitioner, to practise more successfully. Medical doctors and medical students registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA), qualify for SAMA membership. All members must abide by the Memorandum of Incorporation, Company rules and ...
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Listen to stories about the African culture and learn about greetings, food, language, and other interesting aspects of different cultures in Africa. With these podcast stories for kids, your child will know, love, and celebrate Africa.
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Africans, African Immigrants in Diaspora/Children born of Immigrant parents in Diaspora, as well as those Africans in the homeland - Society and Culture clashes. The positive and negative impacts to this dynamic phenomenon is discussed as a summary of a traditional village meeting discussion/summary. The podcast discusses topics surrounding African immigrants and those Africans in the homeland - the youths, young adults, men and women, as they struggle with conflicts of the culture of their ...
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Groundbreaking interviews, Documentaries and original analysis on Politics, Culture, History, Technology, Arts, Humanities and Sports from a unique perspective. Twitter: @nyakpo www.nyakpo.com.au +61422477299 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/pnyakpo
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Listen to the Sat. April 13, 2024 edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our PANW report with dispatches on the launching of Iranian drones against the State of Israel; the Gaza Health Ministry has issued another grim analysis of the situatio…
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As Manifest Destiny took hold in the national consciousness, what did it mean for African Americans who were excluded from its ambitions for an expanding American empire that would shepherd the Western Hemisphere into a new era of civilization and prosperity? In The Race for America: Black Internationalism in the Age of Manifest Destiny (UNC Press,…
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Join us in this episode of the Pan Africans Now Podcast as we delve into the resilience of enslaved Africans during the brutal "seasoning" period. Hosted by Sheka Blessed, this episode is part five of our previous episode titled " The African Diaspora: Bridging the Gap" we will uncover the daily struggles faced by enslaved individuals, from harsh l…
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In this episode of AfriCan Geopardy, Ife Okafor-Yarwood, discusses the "politicisation of unsustainable fisheries practices in Africa". Her reflection is driven by what she views as the "Chinalisation" of threats to sustainable fisheries in Africa, which she believes undermine collective efforts towards sustainable fisheries. The discussion explore…
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In this episode, Professor Gatiti shares profound insights into the essential role of librarians, showcasing their transformative power in managing and organizingdata effectively. As we gear up for the 26th SCESCAL 2024 Conference, hosted by the Kenya Library Association, Professor Gatiti's perspective couldn't be more timely. He advocates for the …
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What does living “precariously” mean in Casablanca? In 2014 it meant being labeled tcharmil (seeming to endanger public order) and swept up by the police, if you were an unemployed young man sporting a banda haircut and gathering with your mates on a street corner. Cristiana Strava witnessed this and other neglected aspects of urban vulnerability w…
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Three lucky kids from Thokoza will soon be winging their way to Portugal to represent South Africa as part of the CinemaTAKE filmmaking project. This week's episode finds Gino chatting to Emilie Demon and Mpumi Mcata (BLK JKS) from Cinema TAKE, an association born out of the friendship of film lover Emilie Demon and Muriel Huet, a presenter at the …
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The second leg of the quarterfinals of the 2023/2024 CAF Champions League took place on Saturday evening as TP Mazembe travelled to Luanda to take on Petro and Esperance travelled to Abidjan to take on ASEC Mimosas. The Congolese and Tunisian champions came away victorious on the evening and now set up juicy quarterfinals against Al Ahly and Sundow…
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This interview is with Mahrous Karam, pastor of Evangelical Presbyterian church in Luxor, Egypt. We learn about his local church and ministry, as well as the story of how their church building had to be moved due to the discovery of Egyptian artifacts. We also talk briefly about the different kinds of churches in Egypt and about living as a minorit…
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Dr Jude Dumfeh, an award winning internal medicine and pediatric physician and his wife, Evelyn Dumfeh share with us the challenges they faced when their daughter was diagnosed with sickle cell disease. Their family experience is a testimony of love that triumphs all things; sacrifice in the midst of pain; and hope and faith in God's goodness and h…
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In this podcast episode, I engage in a conversation with the acclaimed writer, Sefi Atta, on the representations of postcolonial African mobile subjects in her work. The conversation revolves around some of Atta's novels such as The Bad Immigrant, A Bit of Difference, Everything Good Will Come as well as the short story collection, News From Home. …
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📍 The end of the year's first quarter is typically a time for companies—and their founders—to take stock of what has been accomplished so far. So for public companies, we huddle over investor calls and try to understand performance. For private companies, we hope and pray a media publication somehow finds their numbers and shares them with us. 🎯 Fo…
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In this podcast series intro, we explore the concept of an inferiority complex, diving into why individuals often feel tired or defeated when comparing themselves to others. We discuss the symptoms of an inferiority complex, including feelings of loneliness, the "window shopping effect" where one feels inadequate compared to others, and the duality…
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For our season finale, we have the incomporable and multi-talented TK Dutes. TK Dutes is a podcast educator, executive producing consultant and podcast host. If it has to do with podcasts, she has done it. She is also a public speaker, doing several panels and talks and lastly, she lends editorial support of this very podcast. On this episode, we w…
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Deconstructing Candace Owens’ Breakfast Club Interview - Fact Check Part 1 - TheAHNShow with Historian, Michael Imhotep 3-24-24 (The Black Family, Great Society Programs of Pres. Johnson and Welfare) Historian, Michael Imhotep, host of 'The African History Network Show' and founder of The African History Network, will discuss part of Black Conserva…
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Welcome to the Episode 42 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: In a home in Pelikan Park, a young girl has dinner with her family- laughing and happily existing in the humble, warm space they all called home. Unbeknownst to her, just a few doors away a man was watching her…observing her every movement- a dark plan brewin…
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This year, our Spring Series covers South Africa. In this episode, we have a conversation with South African Hip-Hop pioneer Emile YX?. Emile is part of the pioneering Hip Hop group Black Noise, one of the earliest Hip Hop groups in South Africa. He later co-founded the Hip Hop NGO Heal the Hood, which is Read More »…
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