Afrologue is a platform for informed debate on African issues from a young Diaspora view. We hope to get conversations started on shed light on various approaches to sustainable African development.
We sit down with the founder of the Young Black Teacher's Network to discuss the impact of the UK government's discriminatory use of an algorithm to determine the future of many young people.
We discuss the issue that is the high mortality rate amongst black pregnant women in the UK. We are joined by Morayo of @Afrohealthinitiative who gives us an in-depth analysis into the UK's response to protecting the lived of Black Mothers.
We discuss the ongoing dispute between Egypt and Ethiopia over the access to the Nile River. We also discuss the economic and politician situation in Zimbabwe at the moment.
Beyond the fainting Minister, we bring you facts and nuance in understanding the NDDC probe in Nigeria.
On this episode we discuss all things relating to the DRC. We have Helen as a special guest discussing the issues this country faces.
In this episode we explore wether African Americans can be guilty of appropriating African culture and heritage.
On this episode we explore the possibility of defunding or abolishing the police as an institution. Is it feasible or is reform the best option?
On this episode we discuss sound clashes that have brought the UK black community joy and entertainment. We also discuss the reopening of U.K public school, analysing whether it is truly in the interest of the public while elite private schools aren't.
On this episode we discuss the protests in the US regarding police brutality. #BlackLivesMatter
On this episode we discuss the racist treatment of China towards Africans particularly during the Covid Pandemic, the issue of corporal punishment in African upbringing with a focus on the Zambian father that went viral and the lenses that black people in diaspora view race relations in comparison to those in Africa.…
On this episode we discuss the disproportionate amount of deaths within the black communities in the U.K Due to the current global epidemic. We also discuss the canceling of festivals which is affecting the reputation of the Afronation brand.
We're bringing you a new season a new look and more informative topics. Welcome to Season two of the Afrologue podcast. On this episode we discuss the reality of the current global climate, quarantine and social distancing. We analyse the response of African governments to the current global health pandemic. Hosts on this episode: Oyin, Dami, Butha…
On this episode we discuss the recently concluded Afronation Festival in Portugal. We discuss the incredible success that it was and analyse why it received negative comments prior. Please make sure to rate this podcast and share with your friends!
On this episode we talk about the importance of Africans being the face of giving back in our home countries. We highlight the problems with Voluntourism and the white saviour complex that comes with it. This episode also discusses the Year of the Return in Ghana and its impact on the black diaspora. We also discuss the backlash against homosexuali…
Since the recording of this podcast, Omoyele Sowore was released on the 24th of December 2019. On this episode we discuss the threat to free speech in Nigeira under Buhari's regime. Is Nigeria, still a functioning democracy, is the rule of law still applicable? Guest: Dearest Odubu (@TheRapperWhoThinks) Make sure to follow us on all social media @A…
On this episode we discuss the recent sex for grades documentary and the implications it has on young female students across Africa. We also discuss the issue of rape and torture happening with Northern Nigeria's Almajiri institutions, lastly we talk about the implications of brexit on the African Diaspora in the UK. Make sure to join the conversat…
On today's Episode we discuss the relevance of black history month in today's society as well as the move to make it a "people of colour" month. What are your thoughts? Make sure to tweet at us @afrologuepod and follow us on instagram @afrologuepod
Part2 of the SPAC nation special. A current member giving us the inside scoop on the happenings within the church. Make sure to tweet at us and join the conversation. #Afrologuepodcast #spacnation
On this episode we have a current SPAC nation member giving us the inside scoop on the happenings within the church. Make sure to tweet at us and join the conversation. #Afrologuepodcast #spacnation
On this episode we discuss the issue of sex tourism in the Gambia and the wider continent. Join the conversation, tweet at us @Afrologuepod.
On this episode we discuss the end of an era with the death of the Former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe and what it means. We also discuss the issue of Xenophobia in South Africa due to recent killings that have occurred.
On this episode we discuss what a black British identity is, if at all there is one. We also explore wether as Africans in Diaspora, we have a duty to return to our respective countries to invest or make a "change." Please make sure to subscribe and rate this podcast!
On this episode we discuss what is perceived as self-segregation of North Africans from the rest of Africa. Do North African really feel African or does tear set of Africa discriminate against north African unnecessarily?
On this episode we discuss the state of Zimbabwe's currency, the politicisation of black women's experiences in the media and the issue with African parents shipping children back to the continent as a form of punishment or discipline. Please make sure to subscribe comment and share the episode.
This episode we discuss the lack of representation on Beyonce’s recent album The Gift. For a movie that was set in East Africa using East African names, is her album a real representation of the continent and can it really be called “A Gift to Africa”? We also discuss the discrimination black British actors in hollywood by the likes of Spike Lee an…
On this episode we discuss the recent interview Paul Kagame had with France 24 which challenged the President’s adherence to human rights during the last Rwandan election in 2016.
On this episode we discuss the way Yewande Biala was portrayed on the popular Love Island show. We also discuss the ex-Gambian President’s accusations of rape and sexual assault, is he being scape coated just because he’s an African leader?
On this episode we have our guest Paula who is a shoe designer as well as an activist for all things black and ethnic minority movements in the UK @_issamovement on Instagram
On this episode with a special Guest, Kevin from AfroBallers(platform for promoting African talent in basketball)we discussed the state of African sports the lack of infrastructure and government support towards African athletes in basketball football and across the board of athletics. We also discuss and address whether the state of absolute pover…
We discuss the recent cases of hospitals detaining patients for non payment of medical fees, as we consider African healthcare systems more widely. We also debate the adequacy of the recent apology for colonialism by the Prime Minister of Belgium.
Two volunteers from FORWARD, a leading Female Genital Mutilation charity, join us as we discuss what Female Genital Mutilation is, and it's existence in Africa. We also give our verdicts on political changes in Sudan.
On this episode we have Victoria the CEO of Sunmo Snack talking about establishing her business, what the challenges have been and the uniqueness of the Sunmo Plantain Crisps. We also explore whether African food is inherently unhealthy.
On this episode we discuss the tragedies that have befallen the continent recently, namely the Ethiopian Airline plane crash and the cycle idai. We explore whether Africa is able to finance its own development or whether we will always rely on the West. We also discuss whether the protests against Algeria’s president is a sign that dictatorship is …
In this episode we discuss how profitable it is to invest in the continent and what industries to invest in, the differences that Africans in diaspora and Africans on the continent share, and we debate about whether we should support business brands just because they’re black owned or only support business on merit…
In this episode we look Information regarding the Nigerian Elections and Congolese Elections and and analysis our thoughts on certain issues around them and discuss the Nigerian boys involvement in the Jussie Smollet case
On this episode, we discuss President Museveni’s actions in prioritising the safety of Chinese investors in the country over his citizens. We also discuss the state of African art and artefacts being displayed in Western country’s museums rather than in Africa itself.
On this episode, we discuss Black Chyna’s visit to Nigeria to promote the launch of a skin bleaching cream, we conclude that her contribution to this industry is part of a wider endemic self-hate problem on the continent. We discuss the good and bad aspects of African parenting and the Tanzanian president’s move to ban teenage mothers from returnin…
We discuss the image of Prince William and Kate Middleton being carried in the shoulders of men in the Solomon Islands. We assess whether culture is an excuse to continue grandiose celebrations of the visit of the royal family/British dignitaries in former colonies/territories. We also discuss whether culture is an excuse to maintain misogyny on th…
Is Tribalism a hinderance to Africa’s democracy & Usefulness of the Nigerian NYSC - E05
This episode is a diverse all female panel in honour of the just past International Day of the girl on October 11 2018. On this episode we discuss African music, Books, Corruption scandal in Zambia which has led to international donors freezing aid, and Kanye West in Uganda.
This episode sheds light into recent developments in Africa. We discuss the peace treaty between Eritrea and Ethiopia, the Zimbabwean elections, land expropriation in South Africa, Theresa May in Africa and of course China, again.
How relevant is the Commonwealth to African countries today?
On the first issue of Afrologue Podcast “We discuss what claims young African’s who have schooled/been raised abroad have in African presidency focusing on Nigeria followed by other issues such as the role of sports, and China influence Africa