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The Nile Series: Day 7: Full Coverage 7th May 2015 1000GMT

In the latest installment of our magical journey down the River Nile.CCTV Africa is collaborating with Egypt's state media to deliver this special coverage...

The Nile Series: Day 6: Full Coverage 6th May 2015 1000GMT

In the latest installment of our magical journey down the River Nile.CCTV Africa is collobarating with Egypt's state media to deliver this special coverage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6lp6nlSWBg

The Nile Series: Cairo’s thrilling nightlife (the river that doesn’t sleep)

The Nile has brought prosperity to Egypt, leading to the growth of mega cities like Cairo but this rapid expansion has come with its...

CCTV Crew Behind the Scenes: Making of the Nile Series

As our magnificent journey along the Nile comes to a stop, the splendor of this majestic river has impressed all our crew behind the...

The Nile Series: Day 4: Full Coverage 4th May 2015 1000GMT

Join us as we continue our journey down the river Nile: The Nile has been very good to Egyptians but in some sections, the life-giving...

The Nile Series: Day 3: Full Coverage 3rd May 2015 1700GMT

We continue our coverage of the Nile : Cultures and civilizations dating back thousands of years have been sustained by the Nile. But there has...

Nile Series: Day 5: Full Coverage 5th May 2015 1700GMT

We continue with our Nile coverage: The pyramids are the most iconic monuments in Egypt - and although they're some distance from the Nile -...

Nile Series: Day 5: Full Coverage 5th May 2015 1000GMT

Let's get you the next installment of our magical journey down the River Nile. Let's see what the team has in store for us...

The Nile Series:Day 3: Full Coverage 3rd May 2015 1000GMT

We take a look at culture heritage preservation along the River Nile and brick making using mud dug from the banks of the Nile. Cultures...

The Nile Series: Agricultural Islands of Honeymaking

Over the years, sprawling urban centres have been established along the Nile. But there are Egyptians who live away from the big cities, preferring...

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There is something about corruption in Nigeria that is, for me, a huge contradiction. Everyone in the country knows it is about the biggest...

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In 2013 a resounding electoral victory handed back full control of Zimbabwe’s Government to ZANU- PF, ending an uncomfortable coalition with the opposition. The four-year...
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The curtain finally came down on the Communist Party of China’s (CPC) 19th Congress held between October 18-24, 2017 at the Great Hall of...
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