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History of Africa

The History of Africa Podcast

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Take a deep dive deep into African history with this in-depth podcast. From Casablanca to Cape Town, tune in to this podcast to learn about the magnificent and oft-forgotten history of Africa. To access more free resources about African history, provide feedback, or support the show, check out our associated website at https://historyofafricapodcast.blogspot.com
 
A weekly 30-minute podcast made to bring the Gorilla Highlands region of Rwanda, Uganda and DR Congo closer to you, moderated by a travel consultant and cultural tourism expert Miha Logar and an Afro-fusion musician Joe Kahiri. We regularly tap into the international network of Gorilla Highlands Experts to answer any question you might have.
 
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In tonight's edition: Tensions continue between Mali and Europe, Denmark has now announced it will withdraw a contingent of 100 troops from Mali against the backdrop of growing tensions between Bamako and France. Refugees fleeing violence in Burkina Faso have been coping as they try to start new lives in Ivory Coast. And in South Africa, a High Cou…
 
Guest: Prof Alex Welte | Centre of Excellence for Epidemiological Modelling and Analysis (SACEMA) at Stellenbosch University Africa is joined by Prof Alex Welte, Centre of Excellence for Epidemiological Modelling and Analysis (SACEMA) at Stellenbosch University to try and understand the science behind why we should do away with lockdown restriction…
 
Taking your music everywhere has never been this easy. Music streaming is now a multi-billion dollar industry – and African start-ups want in on the action. After all, in a continent where most people are under 25, the potential for new subscribers seems huge. But can they make it?This episode was first released on 23 July 2021.Host: Alan Kasujja (…
 
On this edition of Straight Talk Africa, host Haydé Adams takes a look at the effect of the #MeToo social movement on women in Africa. Guests include Audrey Kawire Wabwire, media manager at Human Rights Watch, Naasu Fofanah, an author and women’s rights activist and Rosebell Kagumire, editor of AfricanFeminism.com…
 
The International Monetary Fund warned that the global economy is entering 2022 in a weaker position than previously expected as it downgraded its global growth outlook largely due to clouds gathering over the recoveries in the United States and China. The IMF’s latest World Economic Outlook calls for the global growth to downshift from 5.9 per cen…
 
Managing a wave of an unknown COVID-19 variant is a challenge for even the most experienced doctor. But for one of the youngest doctors in South Africa, the outbreaks of Omicron and Delta were a steep learning curve. Thakgalo Thibela is just 22 years old, and her first years as a medical doctor have been spent on the frontlines of the pandemic at J…
 
Bongani speaks to Crystal Orderso discussing another coup in West Africa - this time in Burkina Faso - Are regional leaders simply not listening to communities and ignoring their pleas or is the army taking advantage of weak leadership? Hope and pride: Zimbabweans put the country on the map in world of win. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
 
Serbia and the Belgium-based Euroclear signed an agreement to make the Balkan country’s local debt euroclearable or clearable through the Euroclear international settlements system, which would help lure foreign portfolio investments. Finance Minister Sinisa Mali says the Euroclear membership was vital for the future sales of European Union candida…
 
Uprising: forces, structures, and possibilities Mahder is currently a PHD student in Political Science Research on the 2019/2020 uprising plus local resistance committee and tea seller unions by engaging Sudanese scholar and activists Historical points and questions. On February 12, 1952, Egypt and Britain How do you view the issue of Nubians and t…
 
Seoul says Iran is expected to regain its vote in the UN General Assembly after South Korea paid Tehran’s delinquent dues to the world body with Iranian funds frozen in the country. Iran however announced that US sanctions had impeded its ability to make the payment on its arrears for the second year in a row. The finance ministry says Seoul comple…
 
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This is episode 50 and the British have mobilized the dragoons to end a trekboer uprising in Graaff-Reinet. That will spark what is known as the Third Frontier War. But first we'll have a quick look at a powerful party that arrived in 1799 that was going to change everything on the frontier.The Missionaries. The idea started earlier, on November 4t…
 
Haika created Goldenpot to empower Tanzanian women, creating income through maize and groundnuts (peanuts), alleviating not just hunger and poverty, but also the prevalent domestic violence that comes from women farming but men normally keeping the income. 452 farmers as of the end of 2021. africaeats.com/goldenpot Brought to you by africaeats.com…
 
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