WEST AFRICA

Ghana vs Jamaica! Visual Comparison – One People! Africans | Year of the Return

After visiting Ghana and Africa for the first time it was amazing to see how similar Ghana was to Jamaica. Ghana Year of the Return All by me & Featured in my Vlogs. Subscribe! https://tinyurl.com/y7hcqxa3  – 1:18 – Food (Waakye, Rice n Peas, Bofrot, Fry Dumplings, Stews) 3:39 – Markets (Makola Market, Kejetia Market, Coronation…
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West Africa: Meet the African-Americans returning to the continent

Last year, to mark four centuries since the start of slavery, Ghana launched a project to encourage people of African descent from around the world to visit their motherland. As a result, some 750,000 people heeded the call and traveled to the country in 2019. But some African-Americans have gone even further and have answered…
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Ancestors, Spirits and God – History Of Africa with Zeinab Badawi

https://youtu.be/GlKSp2H0V0w In this episode, Zeinab Badawi examines religion in Africa. First, the enduring presence of Africa’s indigenous religions, to which millions of people on the continent still adhere. She travels to Zimbabwe to find out more about a remote community that follows the traditional African religion. In Senegal, she meets a Muslim man who, like…
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EFF brings Professor Patrick Lumumba lecture on the History of Pan Africanism

Prof Patrick Lumumba is expected to touch on the issue of leadership when he delivers his lecture on Pan Africanism during the COVID19 crisis
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An Honest Explanation of the Nigerian Civil War | The Biafran Story

With the second-highest death-toll of all African conflicts, the Nigerian Civil war (also known as the Biafran war) is perhaps the single most significant event in Nigerian history. This video is our attempt to shed light on this 3-year conflict, which claimed the lives of over 100,000 soldiers and an estimated 2 million civilians as…
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Aliko Dangote: Africa’s richest man | Talk to Al Jazeera

The continent’s wealthiest businessman talks about job creation, success, and the opportunities Africa provides.
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African Diaspora Rallies to Support the Continent – Straight Talk Africa

https://youtu.be/f5DHlw5DBjo In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host, Shaka Ssali discusses some of the diaspora’s efforts to support businesses and help individuals survive financially during the coronavirus pandemic. He is joined by Parminder Vir Obe Former CEO of The Tony Elumelu Foundation and Kwabena Boateng Founder and President of the African Diaspora Nation. WOM…
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Africa 54 big stories making news on the continent and around the world with context and analysis.

You are watching Africa 54, your daily news and feature magazine-style program, from the Voice of America. Host Esther Githui-Ewart and a team of correspondents zero in on the big stories making news on the continent and around the world with context and analysis. Top Stories: The White House is pushing ahead with its focus…
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Faces Of Africa- Kwame Nkrumah

Kwame Nkrumah was born on September 21, 1909, in Nkroful, Gold Coast (now Ghana), and shepherded the country in its struggle for independence from Great Britain. He went on to be named life president of both the nation and his party until the army and police in Ghana seized power in 1966 and he found…
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Every African and Every Person of African Descent Should Listen to This Moving Speech | Viable Tv

Every African and Every Person of African Descent Should Listen to This Moving Speech | Viable Tv
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Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao on Africa & China

The pan-African dream is to have a unified people working towards a common goal. Over the years, there have been positive movements towards this goal but are we ready as a people ready for total unification? Former AU Ambassador Dr Arikana Chihombori-Quao
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Africa + African Diaspora

We are approaching a very crucial time in history, and its time for Africa and the African Diaspora to show up for ourselves and each other.
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Africa’s Politics of Succession

In this episode of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali looks at political succession on the continent.  He is joined by Temi Ibirogba Program Associate for the Africa Program at the Center for International Policy and Musalia Mudavadi, Former Vice President of Kenya and   Amani National Congress Party Leader.
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The Continent Most Africans Want – Straight Talk Africa

This week Straight Talk Africa examines where things stand in terms of good governance, rule of law and social and economic justice for all in Africa. Host Shaka Ssali is joined by Mmeli Dube, a Zimbabwean Human Rights Activist, Nii Akuetteh, African policy analyst, and Morrison Rwakakamba, Chief Executive Officer of Agency for Transformation, a…
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We are live. In Extra Time Shaka answers your questions about politics in Africa. Originally published at

We are live. In Extra Time Shaka answers your questions about politics in Africa. Originally published at
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Ghanaian Artist Kirani Ayat Speaks Music and Pushing for Number One

Heather Maxwell features Ghanaian singer, rapper, and songwriter Kirani Ayat. His song, “Guda,” shot in the northern city of Bolgatanga and directed by David Nico-Sey, won the overall best video award at 4sytetv in November and was nominated best video of the year at Vodaphone Ghana Music Awards. Heather met with Kirani Ayat in Accra,…
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2019 marks the 400th anniversary since the first enslaved Africans set foot in what is now the United States.

2019 marks the 400th anniversary since the first enslaved Africans set foot in what is now the United States. The arrival in the British colony of Virginia in August 1619 of a ship carrying Africans from Angola marked the start of more than 200 years of slavery in America. The arrival of the first enslaved…
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Nigeria – Biafra Leader Call for Separation

The struggle for pro-independence groups to separate Biafra from Nigeria is still going strong more than 50 years after a brutal civil war over a secessionist rebellion. Now, it’s mainly young activists from southeastern Nigeria, also known as Igboland, that are renewing calls for separation.
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Coronavirus in Africa – Straight Talk Africa

In this edition of Straight Talk Africa, VOA’s Health Correspondent Linord Moudou is joined by a panel of experts who answer viewer questions about the coronavirus. Her guest are: Dr. Salim Abdool Karim, Director, of the Centre for the AIDS Program of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA), Dr. Tsion Firew, Advisor to the Minister of…
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PanAfricanist Our Voices: Former African Union Ambassador to U.S. Has Her Say

Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quoa is the former African Union Ambassador to the United States. Her career as a pan-Africanist has taken her throughout the continent and the world. She sat down with VOA Our Voices’ host Auriane Itangishaka to talk about the great strides Africa has made despite a harsh colonial legacy, and what she thinks…
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The State of the African Union

Esther Githui Ewart speaks with Amb. Arikana Chihombori -African Union Ambassador to the U.S. on spearheading Africa’s development, integration, and cohesion.
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