Award-winning British actor Idris Elba (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom) pays tribute to Madiba in the riveting documentary Mandela, My Dad and Me, which will be screened on HISTORY® (DStv Channel 186) on Sunday, December 6 at 20:30.
Four young detective teams are the protagonists of "Crime Fighters." DW's gripping new series of radio dramas tackles challenges and perils faced by African youths. The plays address listeners in five languages in more than 30 African countries.
Each team's story has eight ten-minute episodes during which the juvenile investigators try to clear up murders and drug fraud, hunt down professional landgrabbers and big-scale poachers. One of the dramas also deals with terrorist recruiting strategies and suicide attacks.
PanAfrican studio Restless Global (DISCOP Africa stand E9+10) took the corporate brochure game to a new level by tapping Olalekan Jeyifous, a Nigerian-born, Brooklyn-based freelance illustrator and visual artist to create a stunning image uniting several of the studio’s current projects and activities in one futuristic Lagos street scene.
Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV) has announced the launch of five more channels, bringing its total to six channels. The new channels will be thematic and could be named CRTV-Sport, CRTV-Info, CRTV-Culture, CRTV-Music and so on, reports Nextvame. The transition to digital production and broadcasting in Cameroon offers many opportunities. According to the Cameroonian Minister of Communication, Issa Bakary Tchiroma, operators should offer attractive programs in order to attract the maximum number of viewers. CRTV is a major government-controlled broadcaster and covers all the ten regions.
LONDON, United Kingdom, 13 October 2015/ -- No production of this magnitude has ever reached this part of Africa yet. Now Voxafrica, the Pan-African television station will launch the first season of The Voice in West and Central Africa.
The Voice is currently the world's biggest music show format. Produced and aired in over 180 countries, the show will run for 17 weeks and will give hopefuls across Africa the chance to audition and show off their talents in French-speaking African countries.
GauTV, Gauteng’s very own television channel, will make its debut on DStv on 19 October 2015. Based in the heart of Johannesburg, GauTV aims to depict life in Gauteng as South Africa’s financial capital through a variety of thought-provoking and general entertainment shows.