Category: The Break
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With some important elections taking place in Africa in 2016, SaharaTV explores the five ways that some African presidents are able to hold onto to power.
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The Federal Government announced the removal of subsidy on petrol, meaning that Nigerians will now have to buy the product for N145 per litre.
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Prime Minister David Cameron's gaff caused quite a frenzy on social media this week, but how accurate were his comments? Gabrielle breaks it all down in this new episode.
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Outrage sparked on social media this week after a Somali asylum seeker in Australia set herself on fire to protest her detention at Nauru detention camp. Watch "The Break" for more details on this story.
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SUBSCRIBE TODAY! http://www.youtube.com/user/saharatv?... The Miss Woubi beauty pageant in Ivory Coast aims to break down social norms and promote all forms of gender expression and sexual orientation in the west A...
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There's a new fashion line for Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe. Could Mugabe be the latest fashion icon leading the way for other African leaders?
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SUBSCRIBE TODAY! https://www.youtube.com/user/saharatv... While Senegalese President, Macky Sall was trying to shorten his presidential term other African leaders are refusing to give up power. Here are some of them.
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SUBSCRIBE TODAY! https://www.youtube.com/user/saharatv... Deeper details of Nigeria's 2016 budget have been revealed with many people questioning the need for certain outlandish budget allocations for public offici...
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SUBSCRIBE TODAY! https://www.youtube.com/user/saharatv?sub_confirmation=1 A Tanzanian woman's mob attack is causing many to question the realities of racism in India.
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SUBSCRIBE TODAY! https://www.youtube.com/user/saharatv?sub_confirmation=1 A South African mayor is being heavily criticized for providing scholarships for young girls who proved to be virgins.
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The Lassa virus has affected nearly 100 people throughout various states in Nigeria and so far killed 41 with the number steady increasing . The government is hoping to put the curable disease in check before more dea...
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A journalist from Hungary photoshopped herself into tribal African woman. Many people are offended. What do you think? Is this blackface or not?