7 episodes

The Voice of Africa Podcast gives voice to authentic African personalities leading change and affecting the African continent and the world in unprecedented ways. We run on the underlying theme: there's greatness in Africa. Our podcasts are also available on The Voice of Africa TV on youtube. Follow us on instagram @thevoiceofafrica and Twitter/Facebook @TVOAfrica.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

The Voice of Africa Podcast gives voice to authentic African personalities leading change and affecting the African continent and the world in unprecedented ways. We run on the underlying theme: there's greatness in Africa. Our podcasts are also available on The Voice of Africa TV on youtube. Follow us on instagram @thevoiceofafrica and Twitter/Facebook @TVOAfrica.

    Living for Impact - A perpective of a young african

    Living for Impact - A perpective of a young african

    "God uses the physical to explain the supernatural", David Markwei joins TVOA to touch on the subjects of faith without works, mental health and colorism in Africa

    • 30 min
    World Banks Perspective on Covid-19 and likely pandemics in times to come

    World Banks Perspective on Covid-19 and likely pandemics in times to come

    Kemuel Van Der Puije, host of the Voice of Africa sits down with Anne Kabagambe, the Executive Director of The World Bank to discuss the World Banks perspective on the pandemic and likely pandemics in times to come.

    • 39 min
    Stonebwoy Shares His Africa Movement

    Stonebwoy Shares His Africa Movement

    Let Your Voice Be A Voice Of Change; A Voice Of Africa For Africa; Stonebwoy Shares His Africa Movement With The Voice Of Africa. Stonebwoy joins TVOA host, Kadmiel Van Der Puije, to discuss his career, developing the music industry and discrimination in Africa. Read this interview on thevoiceofafrika.com or watch it on youtube (TVOA TV)

    • 32 min
    Educate Yourself! says Minnie Dlamini Jones

    Educate Yourself! says Minnie Dlamini Jones

    Educate Yourself! Educate Yourself! Educate Yourself Says Minnie Dlamini Jones. Minnie joined TVOA host, Kadmiel Van Der Puije, to discuss her career, MD Body, building structure in the entertainment industry in Africa and more! Read this interview on thevoiceofafrika.com or watch it on youtube (TVOA TV)

    • 27 min
    Find what makes you unique and different and own it says Kim Jayde

    Find what makes you unique and different and own it says Kim Jayde

    Zimbabwean award winning TV Host and Founder of KJ Productions, Kim Jayde, joins TVOA host, Kadmiel Van Der Puije, to discuss her career, MTV, Awards, Kj Productions, her ideal future of Africa and more! Read this interview on thevoiceofafrika.com or watch it on our youtube channel TVOA TV.

    • 29 min
    Building Africa's tomorrow, today words with Bryan Achiampong

    Building Africa's tomorrow, today words with Bryan Achiampong

    Ghanaian Globally experienced Public Speaker trained by the English Speaking Union in London and entrepreneur, Bryan Achiampong, joins TVOA host, Kadmiel Van Der Puije, to discuss his career and how we can build Africa’s tomorrow, today. Read this interview on thevoiceofafrika.com.

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Ashley Mayhall ,

Living for Impact

This was an absolute joy to listen to! This podcast delves into the many aspects of how younger generations have become the most active in creating viable solutions for our current society’s issues at hand. I think a lot of younger minds have been trying to approach their faith in more realistic and physical ways, and touching on mental health and the detriments that overextension of faith can have is an important call to action.
Even though I myself have not experienced what growing up in an African background is like, this podcast can resonate with all audiences, paralleling their message that the shade of your skin color should not dictate how much respect you are allotted by others. The tragedies of this year so far have brought too many wrongdoings to light. It was also interesting to hear their perspective this was all meant to happen for a greater purpose— that the curtain must be drawn in order to enact change for generations to come. I think this is a great gateway to people having more understand for other people’s experiences.

Swagmommaofe ,

Exceptional

Amazing

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