Category: The Break
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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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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... 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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Why Are So Many Journalist Being Jailed In Ethiopia? SUBSCRIBE TODAY! http://bit.ly/1IBXDYl
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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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A journalist from Hungary photoshopped herself into tribal African woman. Many people are offended. What do you think? Is this blackface or not?
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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...
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This week on "The Break", Tracy names her pick of Africa's most scandalous first ladies. Behind every good man is a great woman, right? And Africa is fortunate enough to have some amazing first ladies - true! But some...
“The Break With Tracy”: Chad Bombings, Kenya’s President Criticized, and Donald Trump To Ban Muslims
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SUBSCRIBE TODAY! http://bit.ly/1IBXDYl Kenya's President, Uhuru Kenyatta criticized for numerous international travel, update on Lake Chad Bombings, and Donald Trump's plan to ban all Muslims from USA.
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This week on "The Break", Tracy calls out the top 10 dangerous African countries for journalist. It's 2014, yet several African countries are still stagnant and many journalists and media professional in some parts of...
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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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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.