Last year, the president of Sudan swore that he will divorce his wife if the UN forces came to Sudan. They are in Sudan.
What should be done mr. president?
Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Friday, January 4, 2008
You might call it an African version of "Girlfriends" or "Sex and the city", but Ya Ma'afrika is different in many ways.
It's a fictional drama about four African women living in the big apple. It explores the challenges and experiences of Africans living in the west specifically African women immigrants.
In the show, Yetunde, Kui, Chipo and Welisane are housemates from all corners of Africa with different backgrounds. The show captures the cosmopolitan side of Africans, rarely shown on TV in the West. "Ya Ma'Afrika" celebrates the diversity of talented actors from all over Africa and the Diaspora. The show's dynamic cast includes Zimbabwean poet U-Meleni Mhlaba, as Kui; A talented Noro Ejaita from Nigeria, as Yetunde; A celebrated Zimbabwean actor Nomsa Mlambo (Everyone's Child) as Chipo and Cameroonian actor/model Yana Bille, as Welisane.