Content - In Brief


- 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. In 2012, Ighodaro fled his native Nigeria for the US because of physical and verbal attacks against him for being gay. This year, Ighodaro was granted political asylum and he has since settled into a new life in New York City, with new friends in the LGBT community. Meanwhile in Nigeria, a new bill, which criminalizes homosexuality, makes the space for gays in the country non-existent. Anyone caught in a homosexual act faces 14 years in jail. Video here:

- Twitter rumour: "Réussite" is an economique TV programme dedicated to Africa presented by franco-nigeriane Elé Asu on Canal+ planned to go live in Jan. 2014.

- Once Upon A Time in Africa won the DISCOP Series Pitch Competition:

- South Africa: Searle Street Post handled the post production on J&B's Made Different advert with DJ Sbu. The commercial is directed by Velocity Films' Keith Rose, while Searle Street Post's David Grant and Udesh Chetty handled the grade and online respectively.