Zwarte Piet, also known as Black Pete or Black Face is a Dutch tradition whereby some white people paint their faces black as helpers of Saint Nicholas (Sinterklaas) in the month of November until 5th December. This controversial tradition has come under frequent scrutiny because many see it as an outdated caricature of black people bordering on racism. Africa Web TV asked people in Nairobi, Kenya what they thought of this Dutch tradition.
Ask a Friend is a way of finding out what is happening in Africa and the rest of the world during the current Covid-19 pandemic. What is the situation as in Poland as we speak? We are reaching out to an old friend, Lanre Lasege to hear his perspective on the situation in Poland where…
Africa Web TV has had another great year. In this video we look back at some of the places we’ve been, some of the awards we’ve won, the people we’ve met and the things we did! Thank you for a beautiful 2017!
African Spiritual Power Figures on display at the Wereldmuseum Rotterdam as part of the 010Afrika 2016 exhibition. The year-long exhibition features both ancient and contemporary African art.
http://youtu.be/4HWZ0o4Hxiw Africa Web TV brings you a short impression of a flamenco dance show in Teatro Comandante Eddy Suñol in Holquin, Cuba.
Breaking boundaries. Benjamin Lebrave aka DJ Bbrave is a half-American, half-French promoter of Africa music. As the founder/owner of Akwaaba music label, he is at the forefront of promoting Africa music worldwide. As DJ he brings African music to new audiences in Africa, Europe, America and more. Africa Web TV met him in Zomerfabriek, Antwerp…