Monday , May 21 2018

The Assassination of Patrice Lumumba

The central question in this documentary is why Patrice Lumumba was murdered 40 years ago and why. One man who must know is Belgian diplomat, Jacques Brassine. He says Lumumba was dangerous to the Belgian government because he was not open to most of the solutions they wanted to apply. …

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The Battle for Africa

For most Africans their relationship with the west has defined bitter and humiliating history of suffering, slavery and colonialism. Since independence African governments have turned to beg for aid from the very powers that colonized the continent. Foreign aid has become the continents daily bread. Today as this documentary reveals …

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Call Me Kuchu

In Uganda’s capital of Kampala members of the gay community are gathered to celebrate with their friends. Their host tonight is a couple. They are celebrating their 9th anniversary together. As we can see in the documentary the event is low key; the environment around these people does not allow …

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God Loves Uganda

Rev. Kapya Kaoma is a Zambian citizen. He recently went to Uganda to research the Christian Right. After declaring support for LGBT rights he had to flee the country. For some years Rev. Kaoma has been studying the relationship between American conservatives and Africa. He was concerned about Uganda. In …

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Living With Ebola

In the face of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa the health workers at the frontline have been risking their lives to save lives. But is the government taking them for granted? Sorious Samura travels to Liberia to investigate. Ebola claimed its first victim in a small village in Liberia. …

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