These are some of the highlights of the series featuring Yvet. Yvet is one of a kind. She always get people talking. Yvet is never afraid to speak her mind even on controversial issues. She is frank and funny. Well the bad news is; Yvet needed a long break to get some other things done. The good news is: She is coming back soon! Watch her make her comeback on Africa Web TV with a twist!
Can you name 5 countries in Africa? South Arabia is part of Africa according to this guy! Watch the full video here https://youtu.be/gmH2prpsczc Join 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 2021
Keti Koti festival is the annual remembrance of the abolition of slavery by the Dutch. 2012 marks the 149th year since the Dutch officially said no to the slave trade. Africa Web TV asks if it’s not time to move on?
Watch as Basketmouth crushed the ribs of the audience at the Arenberg Schouwburg in Antwerp. His mixed audience choked with laughter as he destroys Nigeria and Ghana over the Jollof rice. He brought down the roof while sharing his experience with Flavour, South Africans, men cheating, flying economy and more! Don’t miss our short interview…
Acclaimed novelist Chimamanda Adichie pour huge praise on one of the doyens of African literature Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o. She recalls reading his 1964 debut novel, Weep Not, Child and later Petals Of Blood while in secondary school. 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…
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.