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DW AfricaLink is packed with news, politics, culture and more — every weekday. From combating health issues and freedom of expression to finances, tolerance and environmental protection, we have it covered.

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DW AfricaLink is packed with news, politics, culture and more — every weekday. From combating health issues and freedom of expression to finances, tolerance and environmental protection, we have it covered.

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English


Episodes

AfricaLink 29.02.2024 - 16:00 UTC - MP3-Stereo

2/29/2024
'Heartbroken' Paul Pogba to appeal four-year doping ban +++US 'deeply troubled' by Ghana's anti-LGBTQ legislation+++Victims of Cameroon's separatist conflict speak to DW

Duration:00:30:00

AfricaLink on Air - 28 February 2024

2/28/2024
Nigeria's union workers end strike, give government 14-day ultimatum+++Kenyans decry shortage of condoms+++Who are Burundi's RED-Tabara rebels?

Duration:00:30:08

AfricaLink on Air - 27 February 2024

2/27/2024
Who will win South Africa’s 2024 election? +++ Analysis: South Africa election campaigns ramp up +++ Portrait: Duduzane Zuma +++ Showbiz

Duration:00:30:00

AfricaLink on Air - 26 February 2024

2/26/2024
West African bloc ECOWAS lifts sanctions against Guinea, Mali, and Niger+++Guinea capital Conakry grinds to a halt as general strike begins++South Africa's political parties launch campaigns

Duration:00:29:58

DW AfricaLink — Story of the Week — Why are Africa's currencies underperforming?

2/23/2024
Nigeria's naira has declined by a whopping 38% to the US dollar while Ghana's cedi, the Kenya's shilling and the West African CFA franc have also lost value. Why are African currencies performing so poorly on the world market? And, does the performance of a currency tell the whole story of any country's economy?

Duration:00:30:00

AfricaLink on Air — 22 February 2024

2/22/2024
Malawi's immigration services paralyzed by cyber-attack disruptions+++Guinea junta restricts internet access to curb unrest+++Turkey to provide maritime security support to Somalia

Duration:00:30:00

The 77 Percent — Young people react to energy crisis in Africa

2/21/2024
Did you know that a 2021 study shows that an estimated 600 million Africans lack access to electricity? On this week's 77 Percent Show, we asked young people how they cope when the power goes off. Listen to this interesting debate!

Duration:00:20:00

AfricaLink on Air — 21 February 2024

2/21/2024
DR Congo conflict escalates +++ US accuses Rwanda of involvement in Congo conflict +++ Can you speak your mother tongue? +++ Cameroonians react after President Biya tells them not to migrate

Duration:00:29:59

AfricaLink on Air — 20 February 2024

2/20/2024
Nigerians brace for electricity subsidy removal+++Guinea junta freezes accounts of dissolved government members+++Malawi begins offering education to female inmates

Duration:00:30:00

AfricaLink on Air — 20 February 2024

2/20/2024
Nigerians brace for electricity subsidy removal+++Guinea junta freezes accounts of dissolved government members+++Malawi begins offering education to female inmates

Duration:00:30:00

AfricaLink on Air — 20 February 2024

2/20/2024
Nigerians brace for electricity subsidy removal+++Guinea junta freezes accounts of dissolved government members+++Malawi begins offering education to female inmates

Duration:00:30:00

AfricaLink 19 February 2024

2/19/2024
Eastern DRC residents scramble for safety as conflict intensifies+++African leaders condemn Israel's offensive in Gaza

Duration:00:29:59

AU Summit: Can African leaders tackle the continent's challenges?

2/16/2024
The AU has had a rough start to 2024 amid worsening regional violence and democratic backsliding among members.

Duration:00:30:00

AfricaLink on Air - 15 February 2024

2/15/2024
Ethiopia gears up for AU summit amid conflict in Amhara region +++ Why does AU with its headquarters in Addis Ababa ignore the conflict in Ethiopia? +++The migration dilemma +++Potrait of a cervical cancer survivor in Zambia +++ Showbiz

Duration:00:29:57

AfricaLink on Air - 15 February 2024

2/15/2024
Ethiopia gears up for AU summit amid conflict in Amhara region +++ Why does AU with its headquarters in Addis Ababa ignore the conflict in Ethiopia? +++The migration dilemma +++Potrait of a cervical cancer survivor in Zambia +++ Showbiz

Duration:00:29:57

AfricaLink on Air - 14 February 2024

2/14/2024
Fighting in eastern DRC takes its toll on children +++ South Africa deploys 2900 troops to eastern DRC +++ Nigerians ditching the depriciating naira for foreign currency +++ Guinea's labour unions plan to protest over rising cost of living

Duration:00:29:59

Africa's debt management controversy

2/14/2024
More African countries are likely to join Chad, Zambia, Ethiopia, and Ghana in seeking to restructure their debt under the G20 “Common Framework for Debt Treatments,” according to the United Nations. However, many young people in debt-ridden African nations feel their leaders have mishandled finances to their detriment. #77Percent #DWAfrica

Duration:00:20:00

Africa's debt management controversy

2/14/2024
More African countries are likely to join Chad, Zambia, Ethiopia, and Ghana in seeking to restructure their debt under the G20 “Common Framework for Debt Treatments,” according to the United Nations. However, many young people in debt-ridden African nations feel their leaders have mishandled finances to their detriment. #77Percent #DWAfrica

Duration:00:20:00

AfricaLink on Air - 13 February 2024

2/13/2024
Senegal bans opposition protests +++ ECOWAS dispatches diplomatic mission to mediate the political crisis in Senegal +++ Today is World Radio Day

Duration:00:30:00

The 77 Percent: Do you prefer an African or foreign national coach?

2/12/2024
"If African coaches are given enough resources and liberty to function without interference, no national team on the continent will need a foreigner as coach." Do you agree with this? Listen to this interesting debate

Duration:00:20:00