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Africa Fashion Week London 2015 (Part 3)

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I spoke to founder of Africa Fashion Week about this years line up and the secrets to her success. Africa Fashion Week is Europe's largest catwalk event of African and African-inspired design.

Africa Fashion Week London 2015 (Part 1)

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With their vibrant colours and striking patterns the South African designers stole the show at 'Africa fashion week in London'. A few of the South African designers told me more about their fashion and design business...

Toya Delazys Ascension

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An interview with Latoya Buthelezi, also known as the dynamic jazz-electro-hip-pop phenom Toya Delazy.  She has made her mark as one of the country’s finest performers to break new ground in South Africa’s burgeoning ...

Micasa Goes Global

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Mi Casa is a house band based in Johannesburg, South Africa and consisting of 3 members, Dr. Duda (producer) J'Something (vocalist and songwriter) and Mo-T (trumpeter). The band have embarked on their first ...

A lecture & musical performance by Hugh Masakela

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I finally got to meet Hugh Masakela. He gives a lecture, musical performance and answers questions at the London School of Economics about arts & activism, reflecting on the role that he and other artists, particu...

Hugh Masekela’s Musical Performance

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Hugh Masekela gives a musical performance before he commences his lecture at the London School of Economics about arts & activism, reflecting on the role that he and other artists, particularly those in exile, pla...

Robben Island Bible

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The Robben Island Bible is a play based on selected text from South African Sonny Venkatrathnam's copy of ‘The Complete Works of William Shakespeare’ & interviews with former political prisoners held on this islan...

South Africa celebrates 20 years of democracy

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South Africans and South African supporters tell me what twenty years of Democracy means for them and some share their experiences of living through the apartheid years and fighting for democracy in South Africa.

DJ Black Coffee’s human orchestra

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BlackCoffee is a South African DJ who really knows how to push boundaries. In this video he recreates one of his tracks using only vocals.

Is the fashion industry as glamorous as it looks?

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Five South African Fashion Designers showcase their designs in London and share their indepth knowledge and experiences of the fashion industry.

Musical performances for Nelson Mandela

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Anamika is a South African singer-songwriter, whose style of singing is emotionally-charged and directly from her heart. Anamika started singing at very young age. Trained in classical singing and musical theatre, she...

An evening with Deputy President of South Africa

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South Africans in London spend an evening with Deputy President of South Africa, Kgalema Motlanthe at South Africa House.  They have the opportunity to ask him  questions about South Africa and what he plans to do aft...

One Humanity

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Mickey Madoda DUBE is an international award winning Film, TV and Commercials Director and Producer. His filmography spans both the social and the political. His documentary film ‘One Humanity’ is an emotional time tr...

#HappyFreedomDay South Africa

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South Africa celebrates 20 years of Democracy today.  Coco cola created a rainbow to remind South Africans they are the Rainbow Nation.  #20yearsofDemocracy

Dinner with Mamphela Ramphela

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Mamphela Ramphele is a South African politician, a former activist against apartheid, a medical doctor, an academic and businesswoman.  She is a former Vice-Chancellor at the University of Cape Town and a one-time Man...

The Royal Portrait Painter

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Richard Stone has been very fortunate to paint most members of the Royal Family, as well as leading members of society and the community, including Nelson Mandela. In this interview he talks about the great privile...

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