Performing Arts

Africa in Song

141 EPISODES | CHANNEL AFRICA |  Podcast, ±1 hr 59 min episode every 1 week, 1 day
Africa in Song is a two-hour rhythmic capsule of the best of Africa’s cultural heritage. The programme is presented by Richard Nwamba, an international award-winning playwright, musician, actor, as well as, radio researcher, and producer.
Africa in Song is on Channel Africa every Saturday and Sunday between 18.00 hours and 20.00 hours CAT on

Afrikaans Aktueel

55 EPISODES | AFRIKAANS.COM |  Podcast, ±28 min episode every 1 week, 2 days
Elke week word se eie radioprogram: Afrikaans Aktueel, op gemeenskapsradiostasies landwyd uitgesaai. Pieter Cloete, bekende Groot FM radio-omroeper en vervaardig ‘n halfuur lange-program wat belangrike nuus en sake uitlig wat die Afrikaanse leefwêreld inkleur. Hier kan jy luister na onderwerpe soos moedertaalonderrig, #waarsitlekka by feeste, kunstenaarsfokusse, taalnuus en opwindende projekte en kompetisies waarmee besig is. Klik op die blokkies hieronder vir heerlike luistergenot. Jy kan die programme aflaai of aanstuur.

AlgoX - Poweredby

5 EPISODES | ALGOX |  Podcast, ±19 min episode every day
One of the most important things we do as is to be the backbone of social and community development innovations in South Africa and the rest of Africa.. Producing content gives us an opportunity to interact with our potential clients beyond the confines of the tech industry. Sourcing of content further gives us insights into the challenges and gaps that exist throughout a number of our regions within the continent. We present to you, AlgoX!

Drama Serial: Bringing down the House

20 EPISODES | LOTUS FM |  Podcast, ±14 min episode every day
A two-month house-sitting stint may seem like a breeze, but for local layabouts Yusuf and Sivan nothing is ever as simple as it seems. Noises in the basement, skeletal hands buried in the dirt, and Yusuf and Sivan’s fat ever in the fire, it's all our hapless duo can do to keep from Bringing Down the House…

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