There are a zillion reasons to love Africa! Here is one of them. We hope this brings a smile to your face and brightens your day.
We have a lawyer in the house! Aureliarita Marcellus, one of the faces of Africa Web TV just graduated in International law from The Hague University of Applied Sciences. We at Africa Web TV could not have been prouder of her. Africa/Kenya has a new bright international lawyer.
In the aftermath of the Kenyan elections, Africa Web TV’s Aurelia takes a boda-boda ride across the streets of the opposition stronghold of Migori to see the mood and the heavy security presence in the city.
The Kenyan elections are here and voter participation is huge. People get up early to cast their ballots. There are long queues and enthusiasm to perform their civic duties. Christine Nyotta and Aurelia Marchellus report from Nairobi, Kenya.
The Kenyan elections are here and everyone is holding their breath. These are people going to a rally in the border town of Migori, Kenya.
H_Art The band is one of Kenya’s biggest boybands. Their biggest hits in Kenya and East Africa include Uliza Kiatu, Love Phobic, Nikikutazama, Baby Love, Think and Rosella. During their first ever European tour, they sat down exclusively with Africa Web TV’s Aureliarita Marcellus for very lively interview along the …
Carrey Francis Ronjey is a storyteller with a difference. He tells the stories of the Nairobi Underground. He chronicles the stories behind the stories. He teaches you to see beyond what you see. He goes around creating and collecting memories of the men en women whose stories are never heard …
Teardrops is a spoken word artist who is one of the most recognisable faces for the youth of Kenya. When he speaks people pause and listen. Even people who would not necessarily be interested in poetry take notes. Africa Web TV’s Christine Nyotta interviewed this spoken wordsmith on a rooftop …
In the summer of 2016 Africa Web TV met one of Kenya’s leading street philosophers, the poet Teardrops. We met the so-called Shengspearian on a rooftop in Huruma on the outskirts of Nairobi. The full interview follows shortly but here he is performing his poem “Daughter When You Are Grown”
Africans have the best weddings in the modern day. The African wedding reception dance is always a joy to watch. This one was filmed in Kenya.