The Africa ShowOn air: 4PM Saturday
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ProgrammeAfrican Travel. Food. Music
BioLyande Kaikai (pictured left) is a Sierra Leonean born entrepreneur and the founder of My African Passport (MAP), a travel organisation that provides tips, organises trips and manages a website that helps travellers find local tour guides in Africa. Her passion for Africa has led her to become a leading expert in travel and tourism for the continent by working with tourism boards to promote their countries as amazing holiday destinations.
Yolisa Segone (pictured right) is an experienced TV Presenter and Voice Over Artist, whose passions include Travel, Africa & Food. She has been lucky enough to be able to combine her work with her passions. Yolisa is the creator of Yo Yum Tum; a presenter led online restaurant video guide and she is also in the process of creating a travel programme that will redefine the stereotypical 'Africa' narrative.
A qualified lawyer specialising in finance law, Aji has also carved out a niche advising on business development with a specific focus on Africa, advising on diversity issues, assisting with creative events and supporting start-ups and founders.
15/09/2018 11AM | More
Trailblazing student Evelyne wins Hilary Alexander award at UCA Graduate Fashion Week
01/09/2018 4PM | More
Mahawa is a creative entrepreneur and Founder of The Soap Connoisseur, which is a speciality organic toiletry company, specialising in creating expertly crafted soaps and body care products.
04/08/2018 4PM | More
Feast Your Eyes gallery is returning, this year to Nando’s Notting Hill. Five Southern African artists’ works will be displayed.
21/07/2018 4PM | More
Actors from the Play The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives, a scandalous, engrossing tale of sexual politics and family strife in modern-day Nigeria
07/07/2018 4PM | More
Once long-listed as one of MTV’s Brand New Artist’s, Writer/ Poet Yomi Sode, who has been performing for the past 10 years, balances the fine line between both Nigerian and British cultures, which can be, at times, humorous, loving, self-reflective and uncomfortable.
23/06/2018 4PM | More
Marcelle Mateki is a writer and co-founder of Afrikult, a literary organisation that promotes, discusses and explores African literature.,
23/06/2018 4PM | More
Yaw works in Cape town as a chief business officer for an investment promotion agency called Wesgro, which promotes the City of Cape Town and the five regions of the Western Cape
02/06/2018 4PM | More