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Welcome to 'The African View' Africa’s Independent Voice. The African View is the alternative source of information on Africa. TAV is committed to present a well-balanced and unbiased perspectives. The show will feature African experts in all profession fields. Our guests will include African journalists, Scholars, Diplomats, members of the African community in the Diaspora and friends of Africa around the globe.

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"SISTERTALK" is a live international talk show that will focus on critical issues affecting Diaspora African families. Tune in and join titillating and empowering conversation on sex, love, gender roles, career, single parenting, Diaspora... more

Nigerians go to the polls. Join a special episode of TAV on the highly anticipated presidential election in Nigeria today. Listen and share your views as experts, historians and Diaspora Nigerians weigh in on the future of this giant nation in... more

Crisis erupting in Burkina Faso shows an example of simple problem taking out of context in Africa. Students and activists in Burkina Faso are escalating their ongoing protests about police brutality against a student that has taken 6... more

There is no chance for significant welfare improvement in Africa unless women have equal access. Studies conducted in the past were often hampered by the lack of reliable of data. Today things are changing rapidly and women are at... more

Welcome to The African View, Africa’s Independent Voice. The African View is the alternative source of information on Africa. TAV is committed to present a well-balanced and unbiased perspectives. The show will feature African experts... more

There is no doubt that the revolution that started in Tunisia and end up toppling the government of Hosni Mubarak of Egypt has set precedence for the world new order - but could it work in Sub-Sahara Africa? Where in recent times the world... more

Nigeria is no exception to the evolution that's presently changing the political landscape in Africa lately. According to Nigeria's Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), over 50 million people have registered to vote as of... more

Opposing views on the current gridlock in Cote ‘d’ Ivoire argue that African Leadership and International Community agencies are overstepping their boundaries by asking the incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo to step down... more

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