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A discussion on the Tigray Conflict
In this episode, we chat with Samuel Gebrehiwet - International Consultant & African Political Analyst at Center of Innovation for Peace, Security and Prosperity and Dr. Ermais Kebede - Resident and Civil Servant about the ongoing conflicts in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. They share their perspectives on the motivation behind this conflict and what resolution could look like.
For more information about Sammy and Dr. Ermais's perspectives, visit their IG pages: @soundthehorn_ & @thediasporadialogue
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The mission to show people what's possible - An interview with Tendaiishe Chitima, star of Netflix's "Cook Off"
Today we have the honor of Interviewing the star of the first ever Zimbabwean Production on Netflix. Tendaiishe is a wonderful actress building a career at the intersection of the arts, technology and business. She also shares how We share the story of how $8000, faith, perseverance and Ingenuity made Zimbabwe's first Netflix Movie. As a bonus, she shares her amazing story with us and her insights on what the future of the arts and business on the African Continent may look like.
You can follow her on Instagram @tendai_chitima. You can also follow us on instagram @podsaveafrica.
For the Women Who Rise: Empower 46
A conversation with Nneoma Nwankwo, founder and curator of Empower46. A newsletter publication about African Women by African Women For All.
For more information about Empower46, please visit empower46.org and sign up for empower46 newsletters.
To keep updated with latest on the EndSars Protests, visit endsars.com, wemovenaija.com and Arisetv
Please continue to keep abreast on the Anglophone Crisis, the fight against Sexual Based Violence in Namibia, South Africa and Liberia. The movement against Human Crimes and Violations in Congo.
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Viva La Revolution - Africa Rises #ENDSARS #ShutItAllDownNamibia #CongoIsBleeding
Africans are in the streets peacefully demanding a change from their governments. From the #ShutItAllDown movement in Namibia demanding an end to gender-based violence to the #EndSARS movement in Nigeria calling for an end to police brutality, Africans across the continent are fighting to ensure their children don't suffer the ails of today's society.
For more information on #ENDSARS visit feministcoalition2020.com.
Please share the hashtags wherever you can to continue to raise awareness.
Retirement Home for African Presidents (News Update/Season Opener)
We are back baby!!!
They counted us down and out but like the dust we rise.
Ok we were just being dramatic cause we missed you all! It has been one wild year but we are back with the stories from Africa you can't live without.
To kick you off on the new season, we highlight some structural optimizations to the podcast and we go a recap of the biggest stories on the continent from the past summer. We are so excited for all the amazing content we have for you this season and we look forward to taking this journey with you.
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Even In Chaos, It All Adds Up
Azubuike Akunne, an entrepreneur and landscape architect based in Lagos, Nigeria shares his perspective on the ongoing pandemic and how it has forced the entire world to simultaneously pause. He shares his reflections during this pause and how he's sustaining himself.
Listeners, this was a truly enjoyable conversation and we'd love for you to take a listen and let us know your thoughts.
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Customer ReviewsSee All
Very interesting and informative!
I learn so much from this podcast and am so grateful for the in depth research and fact checking you do. This is a great listen for anyone interested in politics and current affairs in African countries.
Educative and Accurate
I really like the fact that you guys perform deep research before each podcast. You don’t sell false narratives to your listeners and I really appreciate that. I’ve really enjoyed listening too your podcasts and getting informed especially during this pandemic period. Keep up the good work. Will recommend!
Good mix of news and interviews with people doing interesting things. It’s a great way to learn more about Africa since the American press does not provide much information and when it does, it’s not often from the perspective of people who are very knowledgeable about it.