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Faces of Africa – Saving The Congo Forests

The Congo forests in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is home to tens of thousands of plants species and hundreds of mammals and endangered...

Faces of Africa – Planet Ocean

Hanli Prinsloo is a South Africa eleven time free-diving record holder being able to hold her breath for six minutes underwater and go up...

Faces of Africa – Walking With Elephants

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya takes care of wounded, orphaned and abandoned baby elephants. They nurse and feed them till they are...

Faces of Africa – Oceans Without Boundaries

A crew of four embarks on a voyage through the Indian Ocean with the aim to find the true extent of how plastic pollution...

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 – Born Survivor Pt. 2

Part Two of this captivating story, Regina Mary Ndolvu through her online platform 'My Voice - Albinism, The New Era' aims to demystify, appreciate...

Faces of Africa – Born Survivor Pt.1

Regina Mary Ndolvu through her online platform 'My Voice - Albinism, The New Era' aims to demystify, appreciate and empower persons living with albinism...

Faces Of Africa Ken Saro-Wiwa: All For My People

Ken Saro-Wiwa was a Nigerian activist and a martyr, a brave and inspiring campaigner who led his Ogoni people's struggle against the decades-long defilement...

Faces of Africa – Mpule Kwelagobe: Beauty & Brains

At the age of 19 Mpule won the 1999 Miss Universe beauty pageant. She used her platform to help in the fight against HIV/...

Faces of Africa – Wangari Maathai: The Eco-warrior with a smile

During her lifetime over 30 million trees were planted. Wangari Maathai 'Eco Warrior' through her passion for environmental conservation helped mobilize, sensitize, encourage and...