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Nigerian Immigrants Seek Asylum Under Harsh Conditions In South Africa

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Watch this exclusive video of how SaharaTV's crew went behind the scenes in South Africa to cover the plight of Nigerian immigrants seeking asylum under harsh conditions in Pretoria, South Africa.

Jimi Agbaje: I Joined PDP Because INEC Deregistered DPA

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Gubernatorial candidate in Lagos State for the Democratic People's Alliance (DPA) during election in 2007, Mr. Jimi Agbaje says he moved to the People's Democratic Party (PDP) because the DPA was deregistered by the I...

I’m Joining Politics For Eight Years – Kate Henshaw

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NollyWood actress, Kate Henshaw said she's taking a break from acting to join Politics for eight years. She also said she had no money to share but will "push" herself.

I Never Went To A University – Africa’s Richest Woman, Folorunsho Alakija Brags

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Acclaimed richest woman in Africa, Mrs. Folorunsho Alakija addressed students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) during occasion of the 2014-th United Nations' International Youths Day in Lagos. In motivating the ...

U.S Government Should Arrest Pres. Jonathan As A Boko Haram Collaborator – Farouk Aliyu

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In an exclusive interview with Sahara Reporters, former member of the Nigerian House of Representatives, Farouk Adamu Aliyu reveals the aim behind his trip to Washington, DC at the time when US president Barack Obama ...

Nigerian Army And Civilians Fleeing From Boko Haram

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Captured by a resident of Mubi, Adamawa State fleeing Boko Haram September 8, this video shows Nigerian soldiers and civilians fleeing a massive Boko Haram attack. Mubi was allegedly captured by Boko Haram insurgen...

Blog: African Fashion

Highlights Of The 2014 FACE List Awards

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I was given the honors to provide fashion commentaries of the second round session of the FACE List award ceremony on July 26, 2014 at the New York University Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. I guess I did som...

A Conversation With Lexy Mojo-Eyes, Founder Of Nigerian Fashion Week By Ntumba Mukendi

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Lexy’s extensive experience and historical background: Lexy Mojo Eyes has been the vanguard and a major catalyst in the Nigerian and African fashion Industry. He introduced the first major fashion event in Nigeria,...

Fashion On The Hudson 6 Part 2: Designers Showcase Fashion For All Sizes

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By Mohini Ufeli In a FREE fashion event held on Saturday July 12 at Riverbank State Park, Fashion Avenue News Magazine showcased the exciting designs of 25 international designers. The show featured designers fr...

Fashion On The Hudson 6 Part 1: Models, Desigeners, & Entertainers Arrive At Show

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By Fatima Sesay Fashion Avenue News Magazine hosted "Fashion on the Hudson 6," is a FREE Fashion Event, featuring 25 of the top designers internationally on July 12 at Riverbank State Park in the Bronx, New York. ...

Friends Of The Congo Celebrates Culture In The Context Of Conflict

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Unquestionably, art is therapeutic. Art is dynamic, experiential. Art teaches. These are the principles that guided advocacy organization Friends of The Congo in designing the two-day event “MODA 360 A Complete Fas...

Ancient Egyptian Fashion Makes A Come-Back Part II! By Ntumba Mukendi

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  Photo by TheUrbanDaily.com In part one of the Egyptian Fashion Makes a come-back, I highlighted the model of Puerto Rican origin was wearing an Egyptian influenced Givenchy dress on the cover of Elle magazine thi...

Keeping It Real With Adeola

Keeping It Real With Adeola – Episode 135 (Why Nigerian Soldiers Flee Boko Haram)

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This week, Boko Haram declares its own Islamic caliphate after chasing about 500 Nigerian soldiers into Cameroon. Also, find out how a Ghanaian boy, Meshack Sogah, is providing electricity for his whole village wit...

Keeping It Real With Adeola – Episode 133 (#Osun Governorship Election)

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This week, Adeola got a panic call from a voter in Osun State. Find out why the Presidency deployed over 70,000 troops to monitor the governorship election. In Botswana, President Ian Khama refused to participate i...

Keeping It Real With Adeola – Episode 132 (Nigerians Fight Ebola With Salt & Water)

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This week on Keeping It Real, about 50 African leaders attend a summit in Washington. Find out what many Africans think about the summit. Also, find out what happens when Gambian President Yahya Jammeh orders his s...

Keeping It Real With Adeola – Episode 130 (Witches Declare War On Boko Haram)

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This week on Keeping It Real, more than 12,000 Nigerians have been killed in Boko Haram terrorist attacks, and Adeola cries for a change. She gives you a recap of the last two weeks, from the Nigerian President mee...

Dr. Damages Show

Dr. Damages Ep. 151 (Jonathan, Oyakihlome & Nigerian Soldiers In Tactical Maneuvers)

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While Boko Haram is grabbing more territories and adding them to their caliphate, President Goodluck Jonathan traveled to Germany for “a well-deserved rest.” At the same time, 400 Nigerian soldiers fighting Boko Haram...

Dr. Damages Episode 149 (War Against Ebola: Jonathan Commissions A Dispenser)

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The Ebola saga continues. After days of bathing with salt water, Nigeria’s battle with Ebola takes a new turn as Pres. Goodluck Jonathan takes up his armor into the warfront. Dr. Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan, GCFR,...

Dr. Damages Show- Episode 147 (Ebola has Landed)

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The Ebola virus finally lands in Nigeria after weeks of circling the country's West African neighbors. You would have thought that Nigeria would be ready, but no. Dr. Damages tells you the emergency measures (wink, wi...

Dr. Damages Show – Episode 146 (Pres. Jonathan Takes Dr. Damages’ History Test)

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You must have seen social media’s most liked picture of the week – the picture of a fully dressed President Jonathan reading up on the History of West Africa. Some of you, disgruntled elements, nincompoops, doubting T...

The Break With Tracy

“The Break” With Tracy: African Ladies To Watch In 2014 (Eps. 18)

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This week on "The Break," Tracy takes a look at some of Africa's youngest, and inspiring ladies living on the continent, and in the Diaspora. Highlight the women in your circle today! Share them with Tracy! CONN...

“The Break” With Tracy: Africa’s All-Time Most Notorious Dictators PT.2

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This week on "The Break" Tracy continues her list of Africa's all-time most notorious and dangerous dictators. She looks at those who held on to power, those who were involved in outrageous corruption and human rights...

“The Break” With Tracy: Africa’s All-Time Most Notorious Dictators Pt.1 (Eps. 15)

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This week on "The Break" Tracy takes a walk down memory lane, and recaps Africa's all-time most notorious dictators. She looks at those who refused to relinquish power, embezzled massive funds meant for their respecti...

“The Break” With Tracy: Africa’s Top Self Made Billionaires (Eps. 14)

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This week on "The Break", Tracy looks at Africa's top self made billionaires. She goes deeper into the background of these men and discover the stories and secrets that led to their massive wealth and success. You may...

“The Break” With Tracy: Africa’s Bloodiest Rebel Leaders (Eps.13)

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This week on "The Break" Tracy looks at Africa's most dangerous rebel leaders. Today, at every turn a new African rebel group is waging jihad or some type of religious war. They couldn't exist though, if it were not f...

“The Break” With Tracy: Top African President’s Kids Living Large (Eps.12)

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This week on "The Break" Tracy takes a look at current African president's children who have the most extravagant lifestyles. In Africa today, many first children aren't exactly role models. Some are simply spoiled an...

Africa In The City

Africa In The City- “Back To My Roots” Pt. 2

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In Part 1 of “Back To My Roots” Tracy started the process of discovering where her African ancestry originates from in Africa. Tracy’s  quest  stemmed from a street protest in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood he...

Africa In The City: Afrobeat Is Here To Stay – Seun Kuti

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Afrobeat, a music genre created during Africa's post colonial years is still having significant impact today, thanks to the genre's leading pioneer, Seun Kuti. In celebration of Black Music Month, Tracy goes behind th...

Africa In The City – “Back To My Roots” Pt.1

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Tracy has always had a strong attraction to African culture. On this episode of "Africa In The City" she sets out to discover her african ancestry and is surprised at the results. Using New York City's Harlem neigh...

“No Room For Gay Africans” – Africa In The City

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It's hard being gay in Africa and in this episode of "Africa In The City", Tracy of SaharaTV finds out just how hard it is to be a gay African through hanging out with 27-year-old, Michael Ighodaro, a Nigerian Gay man...

Inside The Diaspora With Fatima

“Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” Eps. 14: A Closer Look At Ebola

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This episode takes a closer look at the Ebola virus that has been ravaging the Western region of Africa for months. Special guests Dr. Mafudia Suaray and Mr. Sidique Wai give a better understanding of the virus and...

“Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” Eps. 13: African DJs #TurnUp In The Diaspora

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This episode showcases African DJs living in the diaspora who are making moves and taking Afrobeat music to the next level. DJ Tunez, who’s opened for popular artists such as Davido, Wizkid, Ice Prince, D’Banj, 2Fa...

“Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” Eps. 12: The Art Of Beauty Originated In Africa

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This episode touches on the beauty industry and its effect on society. Licensed makeup artist and esthetician Moshoodat stops by the studio to talk about her journey and future endeavors. On the street trivia, w...

“Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” Eps. 11 : The #BringBackOurGirls Campaign And The Call For Action

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It's been over two months now since almost 300 girls were kidnapped by the militant sect Boko Haram from their school in Chibok, Nigeria and they are yet to be rescued. In this episode, we take you to a Union Square r...