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Xiquitsi: realizing the dream of music

Kika Materula spent most part of her life studying music abroad. Back in Mozambique, she founded the Xiquitsi project. Its purpose is bringing classical music to disadvantaged children.  

Central Africa

West Africa

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New comic books feature African superheroes

Children's fashion made in Nigeria

Marie-Cécile Zinsou (DW/R.Guézodjè)

Benin: Showcasing African art

Dance school in the sands of Senegal

A Fitness-Revolution in Ghana

Kap Verde - Solarkollektoren in Cidade da Praia (DW/D. Almeida)

Cape Verde: Solarpower for the ice machine

Videostill - Ivory Coast Cartoons (DW/M. Bölinger)

Bringing animation to Africa

Symbolbild Moderne Sklaverei Menschenhandel Ghana (picture-alliance/dpa/T. Ridley)

Ghana's hidden child slaves

Africa on the Move is a multimedia series documenting the lives of amazing people in Sub-Saharan-Africa. We focus on the change makers who use their energy and skills to lift up their communities and their continent.

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Southern Africa

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South Africa: Victory for nuclear opponents

South African activist Pupa Fumba fights for human rights in a democracy with serious flaws.  

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South Africa: Victory for nuclear opponents

Angola: Fighting for press freedom

Thulisile Madonsela: South Africa's Iron Lady

Still DW Sendung Africa on the move

Laughing matters: Comedy in Zimbabwe

AoM Mozambique Mafalala Tours

Exploring Mozambique's history in Mafalala

South Africa: Sihle Tshabalala - from convict to change maker

Young South Africans making cities safer

Still aus dem AOM Beitrag Africa Check

"Africa Check": Sorting facts from fiction

East Africa

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Broadcasting for the planet

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Ethiopia: Skateboarding for a better future

Solving Africa's food problems

McLoy eine 14-Jahre alt Rapperin aus Uganda Global 3000 DW Eigendreh

Uganda: The News as Rap Music