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Bamidele Aturu’s Sister Speak About Her Iconic Activist Brother

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Mrs. Bunmi Uzuegbu, Bamidel Aturu's younger sister speaks about her brother

“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...

Obanikoro Unashamedly Partisan, The Army Has No Business With Elections – Yemi Adamolekun

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SaharaTV interviewed Yemi Adamolekun the Executive Director of Enough is Enough Nigeria on the Chibok Girls crisis and free and fair elections in Nigeria.

Dr. Damages Show — Episode 144 (Jonathan Explains, “Excesses Of Boko Haram”)

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Once again, President Jonathan talked about the excesses of Boko Haram Sect. An expression we all agreed, long time ago, that he should never use. Now, Dr. Damages wants the President to explain. You think President J...

Pregnant Woman Assaulted by Police Officer “Arthur Okeke” Shares Her Experience

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Mrs. Rasheedat Oyelowo, a pregnant woman was assaulted by a police officer identified as Arthur Okeke in Lagos recently. The victim shared how the episode started and ended in this interview.

How “Africa” Was Murdered on OAU Campus by Prof. Wale Omole’s Sponsored Cultists on July 10

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Lanre Legacy was president of the Students Union Government (SUG) at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) during the massacre of student executives by cultists allegedly sponsored by the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Wale Om...

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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...

La Sape: A Highlight On Congolese Men’s Fashion

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By Ntumba Mukendi Photos by Daniele Tamagni   It all started with Papa Wemba and his entourage, a legendary Congolese singer and lead actor in the classic Congolese movie “La Vie Est Belle”. In 1979, after...

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...

Keeping It Real With Adeola

Keeping It Real With Adeola – Episode 129 (Confab Delegate Wants Nigeria’s Name Change)

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This week on Keeping It Real, a delegate of the National conference in Nigeria wants to change the name of the country. Also, finance minister, Ngozi Iweala gives an update on the kidnapped Chibok girls in a CNN in...

Keeping It Real With Adeola – Episode 128 (Emab Plaza Bomb Explosion)

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This week on Keeping It Real, Adeola shares pictures of the renovated Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos. In the Gambia, President Yahya Jammeh impregnates a lady called Fatou Jarol-Jammeh, whom he is ...

Keeping It Real With Adeola – Episode 127 (Ekiti Governorship Election #EkitiDecides)

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This week on Keeping It Real, the governorship candidates in Ekiti woe supporters with bags of rice. Also, find out why the son of the Zimbabwean first lady, Russell Goreraza, was taken to court by miners. In Ke...

Keeping It Real With Adeola – Episode 126 (Sanusi Becomes Emir of Kano!)

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This week on Keeping It Real, former CBN governor, Lamido Sanusi, who was suspended by President Goodluck Jonathan becomes the Emir of Kano.Adeola also gets excited as Nigeria prepares to play Iran in the World Cup 20...

Dr. Damages Show

Dr. Damages Show — Episode 144 (Jonathan Explains, “Excesses Of Boko Haram”)

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Once again, President Jonathan talked about the excesses of Boko Haram Sect. An expression we all agreed, long time ago, that he should never use. Now, Dr. Damages wants the President to explain. You think President J...

Dr. Damages Show — episode 143 (When Nigeria becomes as old as United States)

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When Nigeria is 238 years as an independent nation, some 184 years from now, we know for sure that Tuface Dibia's great grandchildren would have constituted a local government area of their own.  But come 2198, what a...

Dr. Damages Show — Episode 142 (The Difference Is In The Dance)

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A man walks into a restaurant with a kitchen knife lodged in his back and blood dripping down his spine. If you were in the restaurant what will you do? Dr. Damages shows you what New Yorkers did when it happened in Q...

Dr. Damages Show- Episode 141 (And The Winner Is… Bode George)

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The Nigerian opposition party, the APC, held its convention last week. Dr. Damages sent his crackreporters to the event. In an exclusive, Dr. Damages reveals the man APC members unanimously elected their presidential ...

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: 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...

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.

Inside The Diaspora With Fatima

“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...

Inside the Diaspora with Fatima Eps. 10: Joyful Joy And The Fight On Malaria

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This episode showcases the Joyful Joy Foundation (JJF), a non-profit organization focusing on communities in Africa to reduce the spread of malaria and educate the general public to support the push for a malaria-free...

“Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” Eps. 9: Food and Cuisine in the Diaspora; African Restaurant Week

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This episode focuses on food and African cuisine. Guest Akin Akinsanya, CEO of Panla, a full-service catering and events company shared his experiences as an African business owner living in the diaspora, and gave ...