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WAR-WAR PULLO | Hauwa Yarfulani FT Adam A Zango [Official Video] 2022
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This is a 1987 video that Oral Ofori added voiceover to in April 2020. Ama Ata Aidoo, née Christina Ama Aidoo was born 23 March 1942. She is a Ghanaian author, poet, playwright and academic..She was the Minister of Education under the Jerry Rawlings administration.
In 2000, she established the Mbaasem Foundation to promote and support the work of African women writers..Aidoo's works of fiction particularly deal with the tension between Western and African world views. Her first novel, Our Sister Killjoy, was published in 1977 and remains one of her most popular works.
Many of Aidoo's protagonists are women who defy the stereotypical women's roles of their time, as in her play Anowa..Her novel Changes won the 1992 Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best Book (Africa).
She is also an accomplished poet—her collection Someone Talking to Sometime won the Nelson Mandela Prize for Poetry in 1987 — and has written several children's books.Visit https://mbaasem.wordpress.com/ to learn more about her..
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An Akan Author voices her experience being an educated African women and African dealings with Western societyAfrican countries relying on Aid from foreign countries, the Unfair Treatment of African People, Tuberculosis, AIDS, Virus etc.
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Anowa by Ama Ata Aidoo with subtitlesWritten by Ama Ata AidooProduced by Almasi Collaborative
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Artemisia annua in Kenya: testimony of students, principals, government representatives. A low cost and sustainable way to eradicate malaria by Africans.
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A medicinal plant called Artemisia annua (or sweet wormwood) has been used in China to treat malaria for 2,000 years and is still grown by farmers in Africa. But it's not approved by the World Health Organization and remains banned in a number of countries, including France. Malaria claims almost half a million lives each year and Africa is worst affected. In recent years, the mosquitoes that spread the disease have become increasingly resistant to insecticide.
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Covid-Organics, a herbal tea presented by Madagascar's President Andry Rajoelina as a remedy against the deadly Covid-19 pandemic, is made from artemisia, a green fern with an appearance similar to cannabis.
Its proponents tout it as the first effective treatment against the coronavirus. Its detractors have dismissed it as an overly hyped magic potion, at best useless, at worst dangerous.
Artemisia annua has a long history in its native China, where scientists discovered an active ingredient t…
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Africa’s most efficient clean-up creatures just happen to be birds. Vultures may not be the continent’s prettiest but they do do a job and a vital one in a land of killing, stealing and leaving the spoils of war. In this episode watch how nature’s “garbage-men” use incredible adaptations to deal with decay. A truly inspiring look at oddly beautiful vultures.
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Kumasi, Ghana, is the capital of the Asante region. This is the seat for one of the most powerful kingdoms of West Africa, surviving British colonisation for centuries. The Kumasi central market is one of the largest in Africa and is run and lead by women. In this documentary, we meet the female traders of this important economy.
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TUBANI is a Ghanaian popular dish found in the North and it’s packed with loads of protein and I bet it’s gonna be your next favorite if you try it and it’s super easy to make it. Northernghanafoodrecipe
Vegetable oil ( or any of your choice)
1 large onion
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65 Years of Ghana Independence: Significance for National & African Development
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People & Places: The Beautiful Body-Shaping Ghanaian Ornament – Beads
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Beads are a fundamental part of Ghanaian heritage. Not only they testament to the vibrance of Ghanaian creativity, but they also play a significant role in the country's history, rituals and culture.
Koforidua is a town in Eastern Region of Ghana located approximately 80 km from the capital and main commercial centre, Accra. The beads market is believed to have been in existence for over 200 years, previous locations having included open spaces. The current site is a dedicated market facility provided by the local government authority and is a weekly beads and crafts market which happens on a Thursday next to the Koforidua Jubilee Park. Locals are usually happy to give a visitor directions.
The space is filled with a myriad of units varying from shops to open-sided stalls (which look like temporary structures to the visitor) to table top displays. With facilities like these it goes without saying that on a rainy Thursday the market is pretty quiet.
Goods on offer include:
Glass beads raw materials such as broken louvre blades and glass bottles
leather and cowry bags
brass products and artefacts,
wood carvings and,
And anything else which might interest customers. There will, for example be small food and drinks sellers.
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Good Morning Africa 28 Jan 2022
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Welcome to the new Africa Channel. Here are some of the top African news stories across the continent, compiled by our Africa desk.
EU Africa summit 2022 starts in Brussels today
Fuel shortage hit Africa’s largest oil producer, Nigeria.
South Africa rolls cannabis; hemp plans to light up 130,000 jobs
Angola purports an $11 billion retrieval graft charges
BioNTech has stated that it will not challenge vaccine copying in Africa
Liberia's ex-president Sirleaf to co-chair new UN Advisory Board
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The Conference which took place in Ghana - Accra, brought together freedom fighters from all over Africa including independent and colonized states, to address the way forward to the objective of Africa's unity.