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Africa Now

  • One murder away from hunger
    Murders against farmers in South Africa have reached unprecedented levels. An international call for help has fallen largely on deaf ears, with Russia one of the few countries to respond. In our 'Africa Now' show we meet farmers in Africa and Russia...
    Dec 29, 2022 06:34
  • Africa Now
    Weekly show from Africa that explores current events affecting Africans. A strong focus on Russia's growing influence and contribution on the continent and the diminishing role and presence of western countries.
  • One murder away from hunger
    One murder away from hunger
    Murders against farmers in South Africa have reached unprecedented levels. An international call for help has fallen largely on deaf ears, with Russia one of the few countries to respond. In our 'Africa Now' show we meet farmers in Africa and Russia...
    Dec 29, 2022 06:34
  • South Africa building BRICS for the future
    South Africa building BRICS for the future
    Next month (January) South Africa takes over the chairmanship of BRICS – a trade organization uniting the emerging economies of the world. In our new 'Africa Now' show, anchor Paula Slier, catches up with those in the know – and finds...
    Dec 27, 2022 06:34
  • Russia saves Central African Republic
    Russia saves Central African Republic
    In the middle of Africa, Russia is hugely popular. A two-year civil war in the Central African Republic has been stemmed with the help of Russian military instructors while universities in the capital city are introducing Russian as a third...
    Dec 22, 2022 06:10
  • African anger over unequal climate responsibility
    African anger over unequal climate responsibility
    Criticism of the UN climate conference, COP27, which was recently held in Egypt, was heard loudest in Africa. On our new show, Africa Now, we explore why African leaders feel they are treated unfairly by the West when it comes to global warming. We...
    Dec 20, 2022 08:57
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