Elvis Ndubuisi Iruh is a very Enterprising African. Elvis is a journalist, editor publisher of The Voice magazine. He is a philanthropist who founded Stichting Paddi. He is a pastor and missionary at the victory Outreach church in Almere. He is also the brain behind The Voice Achievers Award.
Africa Web TV presents another enterprising African; author, columnist, social activist and war survivor – Babah Tarawally. Babah tells about his life in his native land Sierra Leone and his adopted land, The Netherlands.
Pure Me’s Bernadette Meulens in a heart-to-heart talk with Rahel Woldemichael (human rights advocate,writer, lawyer etc.). In this first instalment Rahel talks about her early days in Germany, about Africa and Eritrea. She also talks a bit about her work with refugees and being a lawyer. This is an Africa …
Africa Web TV proudly presents another enterprising African. This time we are honoured to present to you the award-winning best-selling Nigerian author, Chika Unigwe.Here she talks about her coming to Belgium, the inspiration for her books, combining writing with being a mother, wife and more.
Generation Toekomst is het gedeelte van Africa Web TV dat zich focust op kinderen van 16 jaar en/of jonger. Ze zijn immers de toekomstige generatie! Dit is het eerste Nederlandse filmpje van Africa Web TV. In deze eerste aflevering, Tobi Schröder (13) vertelt over zijn passie voor vissen.
(English) Beverwaard is one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods in Rotterdam. It is also one of the greenest! It is situated in the IJsselmonde local government of Rotterdam and borders Ridderkerk. (Nederlands) Beverwaard is een van de mooiste wijken in Rotterdam. Het is een van de groenste maar minst bekende …
Short promo of PLS promoting their new album Euforisch during Afrikadag in Almere Songs and photos are copyrights of PLS.
Pure Me and Africa Web TV met up with the Eritrean-born human rights activist Rahel Woldemichael in Koln Germany. It was a very in-depth conversation. Here are Rahel & Bernadette (Pure Me) having a chill moment after the 5 hour conversation.
Africa Web TV at Afrikadag (Africa day) Almere 2012.
Yvet talks straight about issues. She holds no barrel and pulls no guns. She just tells it as she sees it. In this final episode, Yvet gets up close and personal. She talks about being a single mother, revisits Bill Gates and dogs, talks about the “hello culture” in The …