Een deel van de lezing van voormalige minister Jan Pronk over ontwikkelingssamenwerking tijdens Afrikadag 2019
We Zimbabweans Don’t Marry In November When The Gods Are On Vacation!
This was a Members-only first video! It is considered an abomination to get married or perform any important rituals in November in Zimbabwe! The Shona’s of Zimbabwe believe that the Gods are on vacation then and marriages that happen in November are doomed to fail! This video gives you a small taste of our upcoming…
Africans react to The Dutch Tradition of Zwarte Piet (Black Pete)
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 This controversial tradition has come under frequent scrutiny because many see it as an outdated caricature of black people…
Durbuy – The smallest city in the world (Afropean Safari)
Durbuy, Belgium with a population of 500 is marketed as the “smallest city” in the world. In continuation of the Afropean Safari series, Africa Web TV visited this city and was stunned by its beauty. As for the people of Durbuy, we will have to reserve our judgements. In reality, the accolade of smallest city…
Sauti Sol uncensored and fun interview
Sauti Sol as you’ve never seen them before! Africa Web TV’s Edith Isadia met up back stage with Kenyan superstars Sauti Sol after their concert in het Tuchthuis, Eindhoven, The Netherlands in June 2014. This is the full uncensored interview with the band members. It was full of fun and laughter!
PLO Lumumba | African Leaders Have No Plans For Future Generations | There Is No Shortage Of Idiots
Prof PLO Lumumba wants African leaders to start preparing the next generation of leaders. Africa with a population of 1.4 billion people needs to start realising and fulfilling her full potentials. Africa should be borderless and have one currency to support trade and travel. PLO Lumumba was speaking during the Devoted Citizens Awards Gala dinner…
Home-made Masks For Cameroonians
Home-made face masks being produced by local tailors in Buea, in the fight against the Corona virus in Cameroon. This is an on location report by Boris Esono Nwenfor.