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1.

Ghana's Highlife

Ghana's Highlife is a musical identity that became the back beat for an African soundscape, a style of song that borrowed from abroad but took on its own traditions.
Online
2019; 2018
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South Africa's Pantsula Dance

An iconic form of dance, South Africa's pantsula has evolved from a political statement to one of the most exciting forms of contemporary dance in Africa.
Online
2019; 2018
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Mauritius Porlwi Festival

The Porlwi Festival is a feast for the eyes and ears of the people of Mauritius. Meet the organizers and the artists who put on one of Africa's most spectacular arts festivals.
Online
2019; 2018
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Kenya Cycling

Follow the journey of Kenya's determined cyclists as they climb their way to the top with an endurance dream that's anything but modest—qualifying for the Tour de France.
Online
2019; 2018
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Kenya Gabra Wedding

While the Gabra tribe in Kenya resides in semi-permanent settlements, some customary celebrations are kept alive. We take a rare look inside a traditional nomadic wedding.
Online
2019; 2018
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Kenya's Mama Elephant

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust runs the most successful elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world. Meet the people keeping alive the dream of "Mama Elephant."
Online
2019; 2018
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Fencing's Future in South Africa

The modern adaptation of fencing is now attracting a new generation of competitors in Africa. See some of the sport's rising stars in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Online
2019; 2018
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South Africa Sardine Run

The sardine run along South Africa's Eastern Cape is one of the diving world's great wonders, attracting dolphins, sharks and plenty of tourists to the tiny town of Port St. Johns.
Online
2019; 2018
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South Africa Choir

The 112 young members of the University of StellenboschChoir combine the sounds of their diverse South African cultures with traditional choral music to win awards worldwide.
Online
2019; 2018
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A Chef's Journey

For Chef Zoe Adjonyoh food has played a vital role in helping her to connect to a country and a culture that she was, initially, unfamiliar with.
Online
2019; 2018
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South Africa Old Vines Project

There has been a renaissance in the wine lands of the Western Cape in South Africa, as farmers and winemakers rediscover the power and glory of their vintage vines.
Online
2019; 2018
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Deaf in Rwanda

A vibrant group of deaf Rwandans are working hard to establish their own official sign language to give a voice to Rwanda's voiceless.
Online
2019; 2018
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Namibia Wildlife Conservation

See how the southern African nation of Namibia overcame huge odds to become a modern-day success story in wildlife conservation.
Online
2019; 2018
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Animating South Africa

After years in obscurity, young South African artists are dreaming up their own magical worlds while local film studios back projects that break the boundaries of race and reason.
Online
2019; 2018
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Children's Reading in Ghana

A team of educators in Ghana is introducing new locally created books for children to engage with as well as interactive teaching practices in the home, school and libraries.
Online
2019; 2018
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Kenya's Skydiving Scene

Meet the highly skilled thrill-seekers committed to growing the high-altitude, high-adrenaline sport of skydiving in Kenya.
Online
2019; 2018
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Ivory Coast Coffee

A community of coffee aficionados is emerging to champion the farming, roasting and drinking of Ivorian beans - including a rare bean grown at the request of their first president.
Online
2019; 2018
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Uganda's Wakaliwood

From the heart of Wakaliga slum in Kampala, a local production company is making Uganda's most prolific action films and they are doing it all from their backyard.
Online
2019; 2018
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Blood Diamonds

Diamonds are big business—the retail trade is worth more than $30 billion annually. But many of the stones are dubious in origin, coming from African countries immersed in civil wars. They are known as "blood diamonds"—sold by rebels and governments to fund their military campaigns. Sierra Leone once exported millions of dollar's worth of gems every year. Most of them were smuggled, sold by the Revolutionary United Front (RUF). Today, a certification scheme—displaying each gem's place of origin—is supposed to prevent such illegal traffic. But does it work? Meanwhile the country's civilians, most of whom have never set eyes on a diamond, are caught in the crossfire.
Online
2019; 2001
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Rodrigues Lemons

The tiny island of Rodrigues has sustained itself for centuries on what it harvests from the sea and its lush landscape. Dig deep into the production of one of its most coveted crops.
Online
2019; 2018