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“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...

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...

Immigration Update: THE SYSTEM IS BROKEN. Part 4

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In Part 4 of our Immigration series, we meet beneficiaries of the DV Lottery, the so-called GREEN CARD Lottery, as they demonstrate against the repeal of the program outside the White House, and also, in and around Wa...

SaharaTV Talk Back: SaharaReporters Publisher Takes Audience Questions

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The publisher of SaharaReporters, Omoyele Sowore, joined Rudolf Okonkwo in the studio  to discuss his recent interview of ousted CBN Governor Lamido Sanusi in Lagos, Nigeria. Mr. Sowore also took questions from the Sa...

“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 Greatest Leaders, RIP Nelson Mandela

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This week on the break with Tracy, she honors Nelson Mandela who died on December 5th after a long battle with a lung infection. She also takes a look at other great African leaders, who like Mandela, contributed to t...

Voting Chaos During Anambra Gubernatorial Poll

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SaharaTV captured scenes of voters participating in the 2013 Anambra State Governorship Election and INEC representatives organizing voters at polling units as well as women protesting the rigging of the election in A...

“The Majority Of Igbos Do Not Strictly Follow Their Culture” – Dr. Uzoma Nwosu

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Dr. Uzoma Nwosu, author and medical practitioner, discusses the spiritual and cultural importance of the Igbo language. Nwosu pays special attention to the Igbo word "Chi" known as "the personal godly guardian" and wh...

Dr. Femi Okunrounmu – “Those People Who Believe In The Breakup Of Nigeria Are Just Fringe Groups”

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Dr. Femi Okunrounmu, former Ogun State Senator and currently Chairman of Nigeria's national dialogue committee, explained the importance of a national conference. "I feel more than the President that this task of the ...

Yaba College of Technology Harbours And Finances Cult Gangs Says Student

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A final-year student of the Yaba College of Technology, Salau Adeyinka Fatima has exposed the management of the institution as being responsible for the spike in activities of various cult gangs on the campus. Fatima ...

RECAP! NYC African Day Parade, 2013

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The 7th African Day Parade, kicked off at 12pm on September 22nd 2013 from 135th St along Malcolm X Blvd and ending at 122nd St, in New York City. This was followed by a festival at Marcus Garvey Park in East Harlem, ...

PHOTONEWS: May D Visits SaharaTV

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Nigerian musical sensation May D visited the SaharaTV studio in New York City to discuss his musical success.

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