Channel Africa

© SABC Channel Africa’s mission is to promote the rejuvenation of Africa through the production and broadcast of dynamic, stimulating and interesting programmes. To provide programming that informs, educates, entertains, and empowers African citizens. Channel Africa broadcast live on three platforms; Shortwave, Satellite, & Internet. Its broadcasts are in Chinyanja, Silozi, Kiswahili, English, French and Portuguese.

Change Your Game.

165 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±54 min episode every 6 days
At Change your Game, we believe entrepreneurs are the key drivers of tomorrows’ African innovations and essential to creating a thriving African economy. As an authentic voice across the African continent, we cover the latest issues and insights affecting entrepreneurs and bring together credible, unique and authoritative voices in the world of entrepreneurship as well as providing peer-to-peer opportunities to engage and understand the challenges and success of African entrepreneurs.

Our Heritage

180 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±30 min episode every 1 week, 4 days
“Our Heritage is a program that seeks to promote and accommodate the debates regarding the preservation of our rich natural and cultural heritage, which is so often threatened by ignorance or avarice. Africa needs to champion its own cause by sustaining the indigenous knowledge systems that exist within the African people themselves. We will also engage intellectuals who will build on scientific facts.”

Building Africa with Love

2 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±41 min episode every 3 days
This is a 50/50 music and talk show that is designed to revive Africa through its music and wisdom by its own children. It is an exciting way of borrowing teachings from our great past in order to understand the present and plan the future.
We will update you on the most important happenings in the continent and its diaspora, bring you
guests from across the continent and trivia and quiz about our Motherland. The show will only play music from the African continent and promote love among Africans; from families to towns and towns to nations and from nations to the rest of the continent. The conceptual framework of which the show is based is known as social reconstructivism. It is a philosophical theory which proposes that society be transformed by addressing social problems experienced using love as its canvas.

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