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Faces of Africa – Sankara’s Ghost

In 1987 Thomas Sankara was assassinated. But his legacy still lives on. Sankara was a profound leader with deep love for his country, Burkina...

FACES OF AFRICA – KIBRA IS HOME

Kibera, is the largest informal settlement in Kenya where crime, poverty and infectious disease like HIV/AIDS are big realities. But some young people from...

Faces of Africa – Mpule Kwelagobe: Beauty and Brains

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSe4zg-HuiQ     Mpule Kwelagobe is a Batswana model, philanthropist and social entrepreneur. She is popularly known for the 1999 Miss Universe beauty pageant which she scooped the title...

Faces of Africa – The Biker Sisterhood

The motorbike or 'Boda boda' is one of the most convenient modes of transport in Kenya. The rise in popularity for women riding motorcycles in...

Faces of Africa – Fences Around Us Part 2

The San people are believed to be among the first humans to inhabit the southern Africa region. After entering modern times, the San people...

Faces of Africa – Olympic Dreams Deferred Pt.2

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics have been postponed for one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has had a huge impact world over. This...

Faces of Africa – Fela Kuti: The Father of Afrobeat, Part...

Born Olufela Ransome Kuti in October 1938 in the upper-middle class city of Abeokuta, Fela Kuti was a Nigerian music maestro and the pioneer...

Faces of Africa: Lessons from my Heritage

Hargeisa, the capital city of the self declared state of Somaliland, is Sada Mire’s home away from home. Sada lives and works in the Netherlands....

Faces of Africa – Africa’s Business Heroes Part 2

Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba is also a philanthropist and through his flagship he is enabling young African Entrepreneurs by identifying, spotlighting and sponsoring...

Faces of Africa – Ocean Warriors, Part 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTQco_V70ks&index=1&list=PLKijeAOQYrq2xEluR0tNdmg15E0qjsun8 The warm and beautiful Durban beaches in South Africa attract millions of local and international tourists every year. A group of lifeguards control the...