Monday , May 21 2018

Gays in Uganda

Uganda is a beautiful, charming, peaceful and prosperous country; in fact some white South Africans have moved here to avoid violence in their own country. This is what makes the anger against gays in this country even harder for outsiders to understand. All the people interviewed in this documentary on …

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Is Kagame a Dictator or Saviour?

For centuries the tribes of Rwanda lived together without animosities. Then came the Belgian colonialists in 1920. By measuring the width of their noses Belgians separated Hutu from Tutsis and used tribe to divide and rule Rwanda. This European measurement and division of Rwandans led to the genocide in 1994. …

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RWANDA 17 – Healing a Nation

Gisenyi Prison in the north of Rwanda was set up for the genocide perpetrators. Kabes is part of Rwanda’s Under-17 national football team. He is going to visit his father in Gisenyi Prison for the first time in 6 months. Kabes has just come back from the Under-17 world cup …

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What Price the Story?

In 2000 Sorious Samura and 2 colleagues were sent to Liberia by British TV to investigate the alleged war criminal Charles Taylor. They wanted to understand the relationship between Taylor and the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) which was involved in a brutal civil war in Sierra Leone, Samura’s home country. …

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How To Make A Difference in Africa

Sorious Samura has made many documentaries about Africa. He has covered many themes in the continent ranging from war to hunger, aids and corruption. The question he is usually asked by people who watch his films is how they can make a difference in Africa. In this film Samura looks …

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