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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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Africana Woman
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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 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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Fr. Royal Lee, a Roman Catholic Priest, seeks to answer the question "Where do we go from here as African American Catholics in the 21st century." Join Fr. Lee as he seeks out these answers while sharing his life experiences and the experiences of his guests on the African American Catholic Podcast. For more check out FrRoyLee.com.
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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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Hip Hop African Podcast
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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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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 and accountant, Victory as she shar ...
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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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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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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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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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Voted the best #1 African career and lifestyle podcast. Dive into a world of diverse narratives, cultural insights, and inspiring conversations. Embark on a journey that transcends borders and celebrates the beauty of global cultures. Our podcast is more than just stories; it's a cultural exploration, a celebration of artistry, and a platform for diverse perspectives. Inspiring, motivating, and full of wonder, discover how those who succeed do it. Hear what drives each of our dynamic guests ...
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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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Adventures from the Bedrooms of African Women began as a popular blog for African women to speak openly about their sex lives. The podcast, hosted by Ghanaian founders Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah and Malaka Grant, carries on in this tradition, exploring African women’s experiences of sex, sexuality and pleasure.
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In September of 2019, Luis Alberto Quiñonez—known as Sito— was shot to death as he sat in his car in the Mission District of San Francisco. He was nineteen. His killer, Julius Williams, was seventeen. It was the second time the teens had encountered one another. The first, five years before, also ended in tragedy, when Julius watched as his brother…
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African Stories for Kids Podcast Episode 2: Tolu Learns YES and NO in Yoruba | African Stories for Kids | Episode 2 | Stories for Kids | February 20, 2024 Do you know how to say YES and NO in Yoruba? Learn with Tolu as Mommy Tolu teaches her the Yoruba words for Yes and No in this Episode. In Episode 1, Tolu learned how to say GOOD MORNING in Yorub…
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On the third episode of African Time: The Podcast, we are going to talk about the state of Black American mental health, the effects of the pandemic on Black American mental health and much more. Our highly esteemed guest is Thérèse Kempf, a New York State licensed psychotherapist, supervisor and consultant with a private practice in NYC. This epis…
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Thanks for listening to the audio version of our first newsletter. In this episode: 1. We attracted 100 members in 100 days! 2. Join our webinar on using AI to 10x your content. 8am, Thursday. Click the link to sign up. 3. Listen to our latest episode of "How to make a podcast in South Africa" - Part 2 of our conversation with Gavin Kennedy. 4. Mem…
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Today our magic jeep travels to a distant kingdom, where we’ll meet a spoiled princess named Hadiza. After she demands more and more gold from her father, trouble arises when the king’s warriors steal gold from a terrible monster. It’s up to Hadiza to make things right again…but will she succeed? Listen to find out what happens next!…
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In this episode, Sr Jane Kimathi, shares her stories of the life of the African female religious. In this frank discussion, Sr Jane teaches us how to fall in love with God and how African religious women are living their religious life faithfully and fruitfully. It is a life that they live on earthen vessels amidst two fires that burn in the religi…
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In this episode Gino relates the ups and downs of having a few days off in Dubai. With useful tips on where to shop, how to save money and the best way to get about, this episode is your one-stop advice shop. Established in the 18th century as a small fishing village, Dubai grew into a regional trading hub in the early 20th century and grew rapidly…
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Listen to the Sun. Feb. 18, 2024 special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The episode features our regular PANW report with dispatches on the condemnation of Israel by the African Union (AU) at their summit in Ethiopia; fighting is intensifying in Gaza and …
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Political protest in Senegal and South Africa, Unkut Awards, events in Cali & South Africa, and new releases from Egypt, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Nigeria, and Zimbabwe. Find links to the events and albums in our “Announcements“ The beat for the podcast intro is by Modenine If you have any questions, let us know. feedback@hiphopafrican.com Follow …
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Where there are dictators, there are novels about dictators. But "dictator novels" do not simply respond to the reality of dictatorship. As this genre has developed and cohered, it has acquired a self-generating force distinct from its historical referents. The dictator novel has become a space in which writers consider the difficulties of national…
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On the weekend after the final of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, we delve into where all 24 teams go from here. For some, like Senegal, little change is necessary. For others, such as Cameroon or Algeria, much change is needed, but can the changes be carried out successfully?Oleh Maher Mezahi
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Welcome to the Episode 41 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: “I am a charming psychopath and grateful to be a clever serial killer”. These are the shocking words of not only an aspiring crime writer but a cold blooded murderer. The crime he committed sent shockwaves through the nation for its brutal nature. An innocent…
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In this episode, we are honored to be joined by Professor Flora Fabian-Mbatia, the founding Vice Chancellor of Mwanza University in Tanzania. Prof. Fabian is a passionate mentor dedicated to shaping the future of early-career women in science. From her formative years, where her father's support defied societal norms, to her pioneering work in anat…
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This interview is with Edgar King, pastor of Trinity Vineyard Church in Nakuru, Kenya. Edgar is also the National Director of Vineyard Churches of Kenya. In the conversation we talk about the various kinds of diversity in Trinity Vineyard - ethnic/racial diversity, language diversity, and doctrinal diversity. Edgar shares a lot of wisdom about the …
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Roy and Joe had a discussion about the life and work of Doctor Joseph Barker and Sister Thea Bowman, who were significant figures in the African American Catholic community. They also emphasized the importance of supporting African American students through scholarships and resources, and the need to preserve black history and culture. They undersc…
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In this February episode of AfriCan Geopardy, we discuss "State Action At Sea in Cote d'Ivoire: Success Stories and Opportunities for Improvement" with Mr Abroulaye Fofana, the Permanent Secretary of the Inter-ministerial Committee for State Action at Sea, SEPCIM-AEM. Mr. Fofana, under the authority of the Prime Minister, oversees the coordination …
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In this episode of "The New African Diasporas Podcast", I engage in a conversation with the Nigerian American writer, Tope Folarin. Our conversation centres around Folarin's novel "A Particular Kind of Black Man" but also extends to broader issues such as memory and migration, migration and mental illness, and the heterogeneity of blackness in the …
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🇿🇦 This month's podcast was recorded at the Africa Early Stage Investor Summit 2023 (AESIS 2023), held in Cape Town between 30 November and 2 December 2023. Featuring sector heavyweights Aly El Shalakany (Advisory Board Member, AESIS), Eleni Gabre-Madhin (Chief Innovation Officer, UNDP Africa), Tracy Kimathi (Founder, BARIDI), Ben White (Director a…
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