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The cast of 'Desperate Housewives' take the stage at the 60th annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on September 21 2008. (Pic: Reuters)
Coming soon: Desperate Housewives Africa
November 22, 2013 Posted by :
The African version of  the popular US television series Desperate Housewives is set to hit screens next year. Nigeria’s EbonyLife TV and Disney Media Distribution EMEA recently ...
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'God Loves Uganda' explores the role of the American evangelical movement in Uganda. (Pic: Derek Wiesehahn,
‘God Loves Uganda': Uncovering a proxy cultural war
October 4, 2013 Posted by :
The latest trailer for God Loves Uganda adds a breath of anticipation for the upcoming theatrical release of Roger Ross Williams’ powerful exposé. The feature-length documentary is Williams’ uncompromising ...
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The film “Run”, shot in Bassam near the Ivorian capital Abidjan and directed by Philippe Lacote, tells the story of the 2010-2011 political and military crisis in Côte d’Ivoire. (Pic: AFP)
Côte d’Ivoire puts hope in first feature film on conflict years
September 26, 2013 Posted by :
Chased by a lynch-mob, a young man runs for his life – closely watched by director Philippe Lacote who is shooting the first feature film on the ...
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A woman casts her ballot at the Bole polling station, in the Bole Bamboi constituency of northern Ghana on December 7 2012. (AFP)
How technology secured the success of Ghana’s 2012 election
July 29, 2013 Posted by :
It’s a custom in Ghana for the evening of December 31 every year to be dedicated to church activities. Christians all over the country go to church ...
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Men play backgammon on the streets in a public coffee shop decorated for Ramadan in Cairo on September 1 2010. (Pic: Reuters)
A male-only soapie for Egyptians this Ramadan
June 24, 2013 Posted by :
On the set of Coffee Shop, a new Egyptian soap opera to be televised next month, there was a decidedly male presence. The director was male, so ...
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