A discussion on Migration from the African Perspective with Lola Shoneyin, Vamba Sherif and Peter Mutasa. The moderator is Seada Nourhussen.
President Uhuru Kenyatta Finally Breaks His Silence On The Outcome Of the Presidential Elections
President Uhuru Kenyatta finally speaks about the election which produced William Ruto (his deputy) as his successor. He was speaking after the Supreme Court of Kenya ruled that the elections were free and fair. Uhuru Kenyatta says the judiciary must be scrutinised by the people of Kenya. He however pledges to obey the constitution and…
Chimamanda Adichie | There Is No Such Thing As A Perfect Human Being
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s commencement speech at Yale Law School 2022 Please consider joining this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCljBfmJffQppZYiX2h3pgGQ/join https://tiktok.com/@africawebtv https://instagram.com/africawebtv https://facebook.com/webtvafrica Tweets by africawebtv https://africawebtv.nl © Africa Web TV 2022
Nairobi in 3 minutes
A short impression of the capital city of Kenya.
Carnival in Mindelo, São Vincente (Cape Verde)
The most famous festival in Cape Verde is the carnival also known as the Creole festival. It is normally held on most of the islands in February, close to Ash Wednesday. The streets are awash with revellers in fancy dress and the atmosphere is electrifying.
Elvis Ndubuisi Iruh – 25 years+1 in Journalism
Pastor Elvis Ndubuisi Iruh is one of the pioneers of African journalism in The Netherlands. He is the publisher/editor-in-chief of The Voice Magazine, the longest running African Magazine in Holland.This year he is celebrating 26 years in print journalism. A couple of his friends sent their regards.
Following the Kenyans supporters at Paris Rugby Sevens 2019 – Afropean Safari
Kenyans are fanatical about Rugby Sevens. Kenyans from everywhere descend in their thousands to Paris every year to support their team. It was a stressful season-ending event for the Kenyan supporters in Paris. Kenya was on the brink of relegation depending on how the matches went. That, to many Kenyans in Europe and afar, would…