Ọbádélé Kambon
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2023 Abibitumi Conference Interviews

Ọbádélé Kambon
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Kuhani Mwadilifu
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Kuhani Mwadilifu Interviews Paul Scott

Tata Naka
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⁣A hundred years ago, three quarters of the Herero people of the German colony of Namibia were killed, many in concentration camps. Today, the descendants of the survivors are seeking reparations from the German government. This film tells for the first time this forgotten story and its links to German racial theories. This powerful documentary by David Adetayo Olusoga took a sensitive and uncompromising look at the tragic circumstances leading to the massacre of three quarters of the Namibia population in German concentration camps built in Africa. The program included graphic reconstructions and did not shirk from showing disturbing scenes which revealed the savagery of European colonial ideology put into practice. The documentary also showed the 2004 footage of Germany's ambassador to Namibia expressing regret for their killing of thousands of Namibia's Hereros during the colonial era. Unsurprisingly, the Germans refused to agree to the justifiable calls for reparations. The program also explored the current call for land reforms where most of Namibia's commercial land is still owned by European farmers who make up 6 percent of the country's population of 1.8 million. Throughout it included interviews and powerful testimony from African survivors, descendants and reparation movement representatives thus making this a compelling program which both educated the audience whilst treating the sensitive subject matter with the respect it deserved.

Kumbukeni- Reclaiming Our Narrative
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⁣The importance of reclaiming Our Ubuntu (African) culture and languages. We CANNOT liberate ourselves through the languages and cultures of those who brought maafa upon generations of WanaUbuntu (Africans).

Tata Naka
13 Views · 3 months ago

⁣Conflict has been simmering in eastern Congo since the mid-1990s in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide, exploding into two wars that left millions of people dead. The fighting, which intensified in late 2021 and involved dozens of armed groups, long-running ethnic tensions and at least five national armies, has now reached a peak not seen in at least a decade. African Stream is hosting two guests; Kambale Musavuli from the Center for Research on the Congo-Kinshasa and Claude Gatebuke, a Rwandan genocide survivor and human rights activist to discuss the long-standing crisis.

Tata Naka
13 Views · 3 months ago

⁣Namibia has the third highest levels of income inequality in the world. 6% of the population own 70% of the land and here, the wounds of German Colonisation run deep. Between 1904 -1908, the Germans established concentration camps where the indigenous Herero and Nama people were interned. Up to 80% of them died in what Germany later recognised as the first genocide of the 20th Century. While the descendants of these victims, like Karvita, live in illegal settlements in constant fear of eviction, the descendants of these colonists continue to own most of the land and have no problem justifying their inheritance.

Most of Namibia’s vast natural resources are owned or controlled by foreigners. The diamond industry is dominated by DeBeers and the ruling Swapo party, widely seen as corrupt, is propped up by its historic ally: China. The construction and uranium industries are controlled by the Chinese and documents leaked in 2021 revealed that North Korea was illegally subcontracted to build the country’s State House.

Most of the country is sparsely populated, enabling nature to flourish. It’s home to one to one of the greatest wildlife populations in the world, including the only free-roaming black rhinos. But these animals are constantly threatened by the Chinese mafia while global warming is increasing desertification, threatening indigenous communities.

Ọbádélé Kambon
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Tata Naka
12 Views · 4 months ago

⁣Femi traces the footsteps of a French army officer, Paul Voulet, who forged a path of unspeakable barbarity across the West African state of Niger.

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