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VOICE OF AMERICA's weekday news program takes a closer look at the stories Africans are talking about from the Continent and from around the globe, highlighting what’s trending in news, health, sports and lifestyle.
Africa Everywhere explores the African/Caribbean immigrant influence in the United States.
Africa on a Plate is a series that incorporates cooking with travel and culture hosted by up and coming young chef, Lentswe Bhengu.
The most prestigious and respected Award for journalists across the African Continent is presented at the annual CNN African Journalist Awards program honoring the importance of the role of journalists in Africa's development and rewarding, recognizing and encouraging journalistic talent across all media disciplines.
With in-depth access to some of the world’s most collectable artists, African Masters presents a unique and insightful view of contemporary African art.
Live from its Cape Town Studio, The Afternoon Express Team brings you the best in Celebrity interviews, entertainment and lifestyle, exclusively on The Africa Channel.
CARE FOR COLOR is about self-love, self-care and self-knowledge through the lens of the African diaspora. While alluding to African origins, this docu-series tackles both trendy and age-old health, wellness and beauty secrets for people of all shades and colors.
DJ Cuppy is an accomplished British-Nigerian music producer and beautiful, talented DJ who is determined to take her music spinning skills across 8 African countries.
Di Ya Wela in South Africa means ‘It tastes good!’ and in this baking-made-easy series, home taught chef Jabi Matsoso translates favorite dishes taught by her mom into straightforward recipes for the everyday Kitchen.
This original series takes you around Africa to look at the businesses, people and places that shape the lives of the continent's vibrant citizens and businesses that defy Western expectations of Africa.
Get an up-close view of how African countries are on the economic rise and making a global impact, meeting industry leaders and forward thinkers in this TAC original series.
Beamed live from its stunning Cape Town studios on the west coast of Africa, the Expresso morning show serves up a fresh blend of international culture and lifestyle on a daily basis.
World Television Premiere – Three successful black siblings from Harlem discover their heritage while searching for clues about their long-lost grandfather, Samuel Lowe.
Our reality series that captures the exciting adventures and fun-filled experiences of first-time travelers to Africa.
Twenty years after the horrific genocide in Rwanda, an extraordinary program is underway that brings perpetrators and victims together for the first time, leading to inspirational stories of confession, hope, reconciliation, and forgiveness.
This series follow Matthew Rugamba, a young Rwandan fashion designer, as he builds his start-up fashion line in his homeland.
The earliest arrivals of the Chinese in South Africa found themselves forced into isolation and fighting side by side with other minority groups against the Apartheid system. Tales of hardship and triumph reveal the richness of their surviving legacy.
A look at foreign and domestic businesses making a difference around the continent investing in Africa and her people.
Join the adventures of heroic 9-year-old Jabu who explores the jungle helping animals in need – but watch out for naughty Van the Vulture! Set to a vibrant afro pop soundtrack, Jabu introduces families to Africa’s colorful animals and exotic locations.
Actor Jimmy Jean-Louis visits filmmakers and fellow actors in Nigeria and Ghana and takes a look at Africa's prolific movie industry.
Kenya Elements is a journey of re-discovery that unveils the traditional, long-forgotten, hidden and perhaps evolved ways in which Kenyans express themselves, independent of the now pervasive Western Influence – the authentic Kenya Elements.
African fusion meets Lifestyles of the Hip and Fabulous in this stylish, modern cooking show hosted by Nigerian food blogger Minjiba Cookey.
This weekly series puts a spotlight on the best films African Cinema has to offer by screening a variety of top quality movies from Africa and the Diaspora.
An up close and personal look at the inspirations that drive the music of talented artists from Africa and the diaspora.
Get an insider's perspective of Africa’s most fascinating areas, exploring towns and cities from the inside out with people who have personal ties, showing us their world – the way they know it.
We tag along with a city local as they explore the African influences in their North American city to see the various ways Africa and the diaspora have influenced the culture and daily life.
Postcards are a series of personal journeys to exciting global destinations.
Set in a parallel, post-apocalyptic, futuristic, Pan-African world, Room 9 tells the story of the only paranormal, occult Detective Unit on earth that deals with supernatural cases on a daily basis.
Exploring new beginnings in every shade.
The epic story of Africa’s Zulu warrior whose military innovations helped build a nation he ruled. The series follows the rise of Shaka to the king of the Zulus during the early 19th century when the British were beginning to gain control of Africa.
This riveting political drama mirror’s recent reality with the presidential campaign of a woman who could become her country’s first female leader, but will the skeletons in her closet and the sham of politics destroy her dream?
Shuga, featuring award-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o, is the story of fun-loving, hard working, dream-chasing, heartbreaking and well-meaning youth living in the modern world of Nairobi, Kenya.
Siyaya – Come Wild With Us is a fast-paced youthful adventure through some of South Africa’s most fascinating national parks where up close wildlife encounters endear the kids to the importance of conservation.
Hosted by Dr. Shaka Ssali, this weekly VOICE OF AMERICA call-in series examines issues of importance for citizens from every corner of the African continent with a changing panel of guests. From politics to health to social issues, the conversation is always unpredictable and real.
Six beautiful young women from different parts of Africa embark on the journey of self-discovery in the picturesque city of Calabar. An age-old Efik tradition is given a modern twist. These feisty, modern, single women from Ghana, Nigeria, Botswana, South Africa, Zambia and Kenya are molded into ideal partners and they learn the secret to finding and keeping love.
Two sisters learn the village Chief needs help. One sister takes a short cut, the other takes the proper way and helps. In the end, respect and obedience carry great reward. Pula discovers the Magic Cellar and the wonders of stories read from books.
The Man Cave hosts show us a good time in different cities around the world while giving female viewers an inside look into the sort of things that men discuss in The Man Cave.
This isn’t your typical better or best list! These are great things we thought were worth doing, tasting, and seeing in exotic locations throughout Africa and the Caribbean.
The Amazing Race meets Hell’s Kitchen in Africa’s toughest barbecue cooking competition show pitting 15 teams of two contestants each against ruthless judges and each other as they embark on an epic culinary road trip to claim huge prizes and the crowning title; The Ultimate Braai Master.
An adrenaline-charged journey, XOA follows thrill-seeking presenters Michelle Morgan and Benni Langa on exhilarating adventures across Africa as they explore and partake in extreme sports and outdoor activities by land, air and sea.