Africa.com Podcast

Sharing Ideas To Build African Content Creators

William Jackson, M.Ed.The continued growth of African content creators is being seen in the global expansion of...

The Impact Of Liberation On Rwanda’s Economy

This year was the 25th since the Rwandan Patriotic Front liberated the country, stopping the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. During the...

Interview With Renowned Cellist, Composer And Musician Thokozani Ndumiso Mhlambi

Thokozani Ndumiso Mhlambi is the NRF Postdoctoral Fellow in Innovation, at the Archive & Public Culture Research Initiative at the University of Cape Town....

The Bean Driving The Dark Chocolate Industry

With demand for chocolate at an all time high, the industry is booming and is now valued at over US $100 billion. Leading manufacturers...

There’s Nothing Dark About This Kenyan Town

Lodwar is a special place. The capital of Turkana County, which is also known as the cradle of humankind, it is the warmest town...

Women Leaders In Africa: Walk-the-Talk

In this podcast, Africa.com talks with two of GE Africa's high profile women leaders.Welela Dawit Chief Financial Officer, GE...

Raplyf Dj, K-Zaka, Releases His Debut Single #Gakeitsi

Versatile Hip Hop DJ, producer and multitalented videographer K-Zaka (real name Onkabetse Hlongwane) has just released his latest self-produced single and music...

Travel Through Ethiopia’s UNESCO Sites

As of 2019, Ethiopia is home to nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Eight of these sites are cultural, making Simien Mountains the...

Where African Art Is No Longer In The Dark

When traveling to another country, some of the things you'd probably want to see are the famous sites and landmarks that tell the story...

Casablanca, Morocco

A large metropolis of 4 million inhabitants,the economic and financial capital of Morocco, a more modern city where thousands of foreigners come from all...

From The Ngemba People, Achu Soup

Original article published at TasteAtlas.Traditionally prepared and consumed by the Ngemba people from the Northwest Region of Cameroon, achu...

9 African Podcasts That You Are Certainly Going To Enjoy

With the continued rise of reliable internet, free audio programmes, popularly known as podcasts, are making a buzz on the continent. Here are few...

Learners In Nigeria Tackle Wild Dog Extinction With STEM Youth Project

At the British International Education Association's (BIEA) 2019 STEM Youth Innovation Competition, five students from the Child Educational Development Centre (CEDEC) from...

Ghana Hopes ‘Year of Return’ Will Boost Tourism

Ghana has designated 2019 as the Year of Return to commemorate 400 years since the first enslaved Africans arrived in Jamestown, Virginia...

How Our African Ancestors Made Sound In The Stone Age

The Middle and Later Stone Age, which lasted from about 300 000 to 300 years ago in South Africa, was an...

Seychelles Has Africa’s Best Wild Beach

Anse Source d’Argent, La Digue Island, SeychellesThis isn’t your typical tropical hideaway: you need to trek through a...

Game Changer In The Fight Against Malaria

Widespread installation of mosquito killing EaveTubes can change the odds in the fight against malaria. Scientists believe this Dutch innovation is the...

Fiokee Feat Skiibii Come Together For New Street Anthem “OJA”

Africa’s Sensational Guitarist Fiokee takes us the Afro-urban way as he teams up with Skiibii, Masterkraft, DJ Neptune & Jay Pizzle in...

SADC Climate-smart Zone – Key To Alleviating The Impact Of Natural...

Earlier this year, Cyclone Idai devastated Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe by leaving more than 1,000 people dead, thousands more missing, and damages in the...

Ethiopia Breaks World Record,Plants 350 million Trees In One Day

Prime minister Abiy Ahmed’s administration has been mobilizing for months for what it called “Green Legacy” project which aimed at planting over 200 million...

Zimbabwe To Legalize Growing Of Industrial Hemp

Zimbabwe will change its laws to allow farmers to grow industrial hemp for export, cabinet ministers said on Tuesday, adding that the government saw...

Closing Africa’s Energy Gap: Choosing Collaboration Over Political Capitalization

Last month, the United Nations released their World Population Prospects report – predicting that the global population could increase by 2 billion...

Growing African Agriculture One Byte At A Time

Ella Mazani is a mobile phone farmer.“My mobile phone is part of my farming. It supports my farming...

Meet The Zimbabwean Producer Who Collaborated With Beyoncé On The Lion...

Following the release of Beyoncé’s album, The Lion King: The Gift - which featured several African artists, writers and producers - the...

Money Grows On Trees–Don’t Uproot Them

COMBATING DESERTIFICATION AND DROUGHTJennifer Handondo, a small scale farmer of Choma district in southern Zambia, plants food...

Boom Or Bust -Education Will Determine Africa’s Transformation

August 12, marks International Youth Day, and the theme for this year is ‘making education more relevant, equitable and inclusive’, is particularly...

Press Freedom: Tanzania Charges Freelance Journalist With Economic Crimes

Prosecutors in Tanzania charged freelance journalist Erick Kabendera with money laundering, tax evasion, and assisting an organized crime racket, according to a...

Protect, Support and Empower Girls in Lake Chad Region

As Lake Chad enters its 10th year of conflict, millions of young girls are being used and manipulated in grotesque ways.

Women Leaders In Africa: Balancing The Gender Equation

In this podcast, Africa.com speaks with Nitika Rosa, GE Africa's Head of HR and Lerato Molebatsi, GE South Africa's Managing Director.

The Anatomy Of A Diss Track; A Case Study Of ‘Beef’...

Diss tracks have always been a critical part of hiphop culture; or at least they used to be.The...

The Impact Of Lab-Grown Diamonds On The African Diamond Trade

Prior to the political war thriller Blood Diamond being released onto the silver screen in 2006, most of the world was blissfully...

Africa On Track Towards Information Black Hole

It is an image of resistance that went viral across the world. Alaa Salah, a young Sudanese student, dressed in a traditional...

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