Africa Web TV recently had an interview with Gilad Millo in Nairobi.Gilad, a former Israeli diplomat is currently making waves in Kenya as a one of the biggest musicians.
The Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) at 105 metres is currently the 4th tallest building in Kenya. It was commissioned by Jomo Kenyatta, the 1st President of the Republic of Kenya, in 1967. The building’s light teracotta façade reflects traditional African architecture. Standing atop the KICC, you get a spectacular view of the city of…
Shei gave dance lessons to the children of Kibera. More importantly, he gave the children hope and something positive to look forward to. He did it with passion and humour. Rest in peace Joseph. Keep on dancing wherever you are!
Beautiful women, urban Maasai, lively nightlife, delicious cuisines and more. Have you been to Nairobi, Kenya lately? This video should give you a brief impression of our latest visit to this vibrant city.
Africa Web TV at the Central park in Nairobi was treated with an impromptu pick up line some European men use on the Kenyan ladies. This one was so hilarious and spontaneous we had to share.
A powerful ode and apology to all women! Written and rendered by Desmond Walker in the park of Nairobi.
Every weekend, a group of youths hang around the park in Nairobi. They are part of the poetry in the park group. Africa Web TV’s Christine Nyotta meets with Poeta, Betty and Cartoonist amongst others.
Marion van Dijck is the co- founder and managing director of the Sarakasi Trust in Kenya. She is a very remarkable woman who has not only made Kenya her home but is making a positive difference in the lives of the underprivileged youths of Kenya.
Kenyan children doing some funny dance during a school play.
Africa Web TV made an impromptu visit to the Sarakasi Dome in Ngara, Nairobi. Most of the dancers in this item are some of the new class. The real professionals were not around when we went. Still this video should give an impression of this great initiative.