Channel Africa

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© 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.

Rhythms of Africa

83 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±48 min episode every 3 weeks, 2 days
Rhythms of Africa is a Music Program on Channel Africa, Voice of the African Renaissance, focusing on various music idioms throughout the African Continent. It features internationally acclaimed artists like Salif Keita; Angelique Kidjo; Gloria Bosman; Caiphus Semenya; Ladysmith Black Mambazo and many more. Budding artists are also given a platform.

The idea behind the program is to develop, preserve and promote the rich multicultural talent of the African Continent through airplay and interviews of various artists and styles. In African societies music making is a necessity, not a luxury. Tune in to Rhythms of Africa from Monday to Friday, 10h00 to 11h00 Central African Time.

”No Music No Supper” Dr Thulasizwe “Thulas” Nkabinde.

Africa Rise and Shine

995 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±59 min episode every 2 days
It's an early morning show that begins at 05h00 and ends at 09h00. The content is strictly current affairs and includes news bulletins. It focuses on politics, human interest, education, science and technology, environment, economics and sports stories. Most stories are usually hard-core politics.

Africa Gender Indaba

63 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±41 min episode every 1 week, 2 days
A weekly 40 (forty) minute and an hour long weekend gender-based programme that engages men and boys across the African continent to create the change necessary for men, women, young people and children to enjoy equitable, healthy and happy relationships. The Programme also contributes to the development of just and democratic societies using a human rights framework to build the capacity of government, civil society organisations and citizens to achieve gender equality, prevent gender-based violence and reduce the spread of HIV and the impact of AIDS.

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