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SaharaTV LIVE April 19

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EXPLOSIVE: Drunken Mobile Policeman Caught Assaulting Two Women

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WARNING: THIS VIDEO CLIP MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR YOUNG VIEWERS. A drunken police officer with the Mobile Police, or Mopol, Unit #20, in Lagos, who was later identified as Tafa Mohammed, was caught breaking the law. A ...

Nigeria Should Change Name To “United Rep. Of Songhai” – Prof. Akin Oyebode

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Professor Akin Oyebode, is a Professor of International Law And Jurisprudence at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), who is also a delegate at the ongoing National Confab in Abuja. He suggested here in this interview, a...

SaharaFM Radio: Live With The Humble Prince

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SaharaTVTalkback: Africa’s Largest Economy And How It Affects You

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SaharaTV's Rudolf Okonkwo, joined by commentator Dr. Peregrino Brimah, engaged global Skype callers on Nigeria's new status as Africa's largest economy and what it means to the average Nigerian.

My Parents Did Not Want Me To Marry A Black Nigerian Man- Crystal Owonubi

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American Author, Crystal Owonubi, spoke with SaharaTV's Adeola Fayehun about transitioning from living in Arkansas to Jos, Nigeria. Owonubi, a Caucasian American, married a Nigerian man. When his American visa expired...

Blog: African Fashion

Erykah Badu And The Afro-Japanese Collection

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            It is great to see that Givenchy used only women of color for his Spring 2014 collection.  Givenchy’s Spring 2014’s cameo model appearance is than Miss n...

Valentine Fashion Picks By Ntumba Mukendi

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Valentine’s Day is traditionally not an African holiday.  Where do all the Africans go on Valentine’s Day?  Hey Africans, where you at?!!!!  A lot of them were at Panla’s Taste of Africa pre-Valentine’s party on Tues...

Marie-France Idikayi, founder of Congo Fashion Week By Ntumba Mukendi

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    I just had a conversation with Marie-France Idikayi, founder of Congo Fashion      Week.  She graduated in 2003 in the journalism and public relations program at the    Institute of Information...

Ancient Egyptian Fashion Makes A Come-Back!

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By Ntumba Mukendi   Did you catch what model Joan Smalls Rodriguez was wearing on the cover of Elle magazine this past January…..what an African flash-back!  Joan Smalls Rodriguez is a Puerto Rican fash...

Highlights On Some Of NYC’S Best African Fashion Of 2013 In A Black-Tie Affair

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By Ntumba Mukendi Photographs by Solwazi Afi Alusola   I was given the honors to do the fashion commentaries on the Red Carpet of the African Diaspora Awards 2013…a special initiative that celebrates ex...

Keeping It Real With Adeola

Keeping It Real With Adeola – Eps. 118 (Nigeria, The Largest Economy In Africa)

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This week on Keeping It Real, Adeola celebrates Nigeria becoming the largest economy in Africa. However, she has no idea what this means to the common people. South African President, Jacob Zuma is getting married ...

Keeping it Real with Adeola – Eps.117 (Boko Haram/SSS Clash Near Aso Rock)

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This week, Adeola worries for the safety of President Goodluck Jonathan as Boko Haram prisoners clash with State Security Service agents during a prison revolt at the Southern end of the Presidential Villa. Adeola ...

Keeping it Real with Adeola – Eps.116 (Ibadan House Of Horror)

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This week on Keeping It Real, the Nigerian petroleum minister, Diezani Alison Madueke, is one who it was learned, has spent billions of Naira renting and maintaining three private jets for her own personal use. Nig...

Keeping it Real with Adeola – Eps.115 (20 Die In Nigerian Job Screening Stampedes)

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This week on Keeping It Real, at least 20 people, including pregnant women, died in stampedes during the Immigration job screening examinations across Nigeria. As Polytechnics and other colleges in Nigeria continue...

Dr. Damages Show

Dr. Damages Show — Episode 132 (Rats, Rats, Rats @ The National Conference & GDP event)

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In this episode, Dr. Damages smells a rat. Rev. Al Sharpton denies that he's a rat after news reports say that he spied on the mob. Dr. Damages breaks down the cat and rat wall to bring you the real story. At th...

Dr. Damages Packs Up His Stuff.. Says Goodbye

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After his show was cancelled on April 1, Dr. Damages returns to his set and packs up his stuff. Friends and well-wishers stop by to say goodbye. It's sad to watch till the very end.

Dr Damages Episode 131(Dr. Damages Says Goodbye, Sort Of)

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Apparently, the April 1, news of Dr. Damages' unconscious uncoupling from saharaTV was highly exaggerated. But the good doctor was already packing. The big news from abroad: Russian President Vladimir Putin is s...

Dr. Damages Show 130 (Top Ten Things Overheard At Jonathan’s Visit With Pope Francis)

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Do you feel that your president is being abused and insulted, by the opposition? Oh yeah! Has anyone compared him to a trained ape? No? So, relax. Last week at the Vatican, Pope Frances was reluctant to let Mrs. Pa...

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.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...

Africa In The City – “No Taxi For Black Man”

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This week on Africa in the City, we take a ride with an African Taxi driver and discover the truth about why black folks in New York City struggle with picking up a Taxi.

The African Knock off Hustle – The Industry Of Selling Fake Designer Products In NYC

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This week on Africa In The City, we search the city for a fake designer handbag and get an up close look into the industry of selling fake designer products in New York City.

Inside The Diaspora With Fatima

“Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” Eps. 8: African Musicians Keep Culture Alive

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This episode focuses on African Emcee's and the plight to sustain quality music. Nigerian-born rapper Rilgood discusses his influences, which includes Nigerian musical legend, Fela. He also explains why Fela's musi...

“Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” Eps. 7: Hair Culture and Changing the Image of the Diaspora Woman

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This episode features comments from street interviews of how some women wear their hair. The segment also features an interview with Jamilah Maiga, a young entrepreneur who just started a new business, Al Jamilah Chic...

“Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” Eps. 6: Highlighting Young African Women

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In this episode, Fatima chats with soul singer, songwriter and actress Azania who discussed her career and experiences as a performer. In the "Each One, Teach One" street trivia, she asked New Yorkers questions about...

“Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” Eps. 5: Terrorism; Nollywood Study Break; Mama Africa

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This episode of "Inside the Diaspora with Fatima" features an exclusive interview with the Sonali Sadequee, sister of Ehsanul 'Shifa' Sadequee, a Bangladeshi-American currently incarcerated in Terre Haute, Indiana whi...