Sunday , August 20 2017

White on Black Documentary

For Western whites, Africa has always been the place where they afford their darkest myths. The relationship between the Westerners and Africa has been superficial and conflict-filled. Rarely has it been characterized by equality, integration and respect. Most whites even today in Africa live in islands that separate them from …

Read More »

Madagascar Documentary

At the dawn of geological time, 150 million years ago, Gondwana a super-continent made of Africa, America and Antarctica began to break apart. Madagascar broke off from Africa into the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. The first humans to occupy Madagascar arrived here 2000 years ago. They were Indonesians …

Read More »

Kingdoms of West Africa Documentary

Many of the stories of Africa are told at the British Museum in London, where most of the artifacts from Africa were taken and kept, during the colonial times. Objects from the ancient kingdoms of West Africa stunned the world when they were first discovered. But none of them stunned …

Read More »

Bride Price in Uganda

In a small village in Lira in Northern Uganda, a joyous celebration is about to take place. A bride has come back to her home village to partake in what is perhaps the most important ritual in the Ugandan marriage ceremonies- the introduction. Many cultural dances are performed in this …

Read More »

Zulu Kingdom Documentary

The mountain of Izanduana in Eastern South Africa on the 22nd January 1879 was the site of one of the most humiliating defeats ever suffered by the British Army. In just three hours more than 1200 British troops armed with state of the art weapons were killed by an African …

Read More »