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Stories are a big part of the African culture and growing up in the city of Port-Harcourt, these stories shaped my childhood. Times are different now and these bedtime stories which were passed down through generations are not as popular with children as they once were. This podcast aims to bring these stories to the new generation of African children and introduce everyone else to these wonderful stories from the motherland. The lessons and values learnt from these will never be forgotten. ...
 
Arum Galadima is the Founder and Host of the Knowledge Bandits podcast, a weekly podcast where he interviews African entrepreneurs on the Continent and in diaspora. Knowledge Bandits is inspiring African entrepreneurs all over the world to take their next leap.
 
According to the World Bank, Africa is the only region in the world where more women than men choose to become entrepreneurs. African Business Stories is a weekly podcast created to give voice to the experiences of these audacious African women. It is your insight into female innovators and entrepreneurs building and running businesses in Africa.The power of seeing successful people that look like you can never be overemphasized and so we are taking hold of our narrative and telling our own ...
 
African History stories are seldom told; in cases where they do get told, it is seldom by Africans themselves. The African Camp Fire Stories’ Podcast is created and narrated by natives of the continent. It is very important for us to note that we are not professional Historians. And we appreciate very much the work that Historians have done in covering the stories that we make use on this podcast. The objective of the podcast is to bring to the fore African history in an engaging, interestin ...
 
Scripture Union South Africa has a long legacy--nearly 100 years--of children's work throughout the country that has not only enabled young people to 'know and walk with God' but has pushed boundaries for community transformation. Join Tim Black as he interviews the SU family, discussing the stories that have shaped Scripture Union culture and our South African society. And more stories are being written.....
 
Are you interested in understanding how Africa’s climate is changing, what the impacts will be on the continent, and how Africa can better adapt and prepare for climate change? In this podcast series, we will delve into these details through sharing ground-breaking research from the Future Climate for Africa programme. So listen in as we talk about the science, impacts and adaptation options through Africa’s climate change stories... For more information visit: https://futureclimateafrica.or ...
 
Go! Stories - The best columns, travel stories, remember stories and wild stories from South Africa. Go! is a South African travel magazine and this is our official podcast. Every second week we will do a reading of one of our favorite stories out of the magazine's archives. We will also chat with the writers, and watch this space for bonus episodes.
 
An experiential storytelling podcast, featuring immersive soundscapes and truly original short stories written, narrated, and produced by Scottish poet Cal Bannerman. Learn about the history of storytelling in mid-month miniseries The Wandering Bard, or escape your daily stresses with one of Cal's queer-focused fantasy, historical, supernatural and science fiction stand-alone stories. Episodes range from 15-90 minutes long, and are aimed at an adult audience. Original artwork by Anna Ferrara.
 
There is a story in all of us. Kenyan Stories is the home of some of our exciting stories from all over Kenya and the world. For the past twenty years, I have extensively covered people of all walks. Here, you will hear from people you know, you should know and people you will know like never before. I went back to my archives and dug up from the lost files, interviews I did of the dubbing arts, music, film, business, and all-around the scene in Nairobi, Kenya. I am an Executive Strategist & ...
 
You're in the woods with your best friends, the campfire is roaring, and you’re telling scary stories. If that’s your thing, then this podcast is for you. We tell first and second hand stories in a non-dramatized setting. 3AM is the telling of supernatural occurrences and exploration of the unknown hosted by Charles Hatch, DeeJay Pasikala, & Sean Gassaway. Want an extra story every week? Click here! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hi, my name is Brian. I only know four shaggy dog stories, but I'm happy to tell them to you over and over again. This podcast was inspired by Sleep With Me and The Worst Idea of All Time. Every week, I'm going to tell one of the shaggy dog stories I know, and tell it for about an hour. It should be a relaxing listen that you can fall asleep to, and the stories will never be exactly the same. Icon Artwork is "Old English Sheepdog" by Mark Scholl.
 
I'm Aisha O'Reilly and my mission is to create a safe space for moms to share their truths. We haven't been shown the full picture of motherhood, so this podcast is a collection of conversations with mothers sharing some of the untold stories of being a mom. Whether you're a first-time mom trying to figure out your new baby, a mommy to a toddler full of tantrums, trying to conceive or a seasoned mom who parents her own way, know that you're not alone. You're not the only mama who doesn't fit ...
 
TellinSeasonThePodcast created by @CoolChrisSmith along with @Thats_Chubbs & @IGot2BeSteph sharing two decades of friendship. Based in PG County of the DMV area, TellinSeasonThePodcast shares stories of local positivity plus discussions on an array of topics from politics, sports, entertainment, culture, and world news. Live and charismatic energy that offer real laughs and relatable stories.Available on platforms Now! Also find more info and content on the @Tellinseasonthepodcast Instagram ...
 
Stories from 96 is focused on the life of Tolu Obalade who recently graduated with a Master's in Public Policy from the University of Maryland. Tolu is an immigrant who has lived in the United Kingdom, Nigeria, Nicaragua and is currently residing in the United States. Each episode focuses on a different experience ranging from growing up in an African home to dealing with racism in higher education in the U.S. https://www.instagram.com/storiesfrom96/
 
DC Tech stories is a podcast chronicling the lives, passions, and narratives of technical workers in the DC Metro Area. A project started by Jessica Bell and Mitchell Shelton in January 2017, the podcast aims to humanize the people who work in technical positions. Guests range from civic techies, to startup developers, bootcamp grads, to executives.
 
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Another homie pulled up to the studio! This episode is dense with insight on a world that we’ve never had much exposure to; the country South Africa, local belief systems, African geopolitics, the climax of it all resulting in our learnings of the Sangoma, people who are called to become witches. Listen to his first hand experience getting cursed a…
 
In the fourth season of "Stories from the Rio Grande," the local nonprofit Village in the Valley shares how it was created and its missions to "[elevate] and [unite] the Black community while connecting cultures in the Rio Grande Valley." Through this virtual platform, MOSTHistory will use the terms African American and Black interchangeably. In th…
 
Today's story is from the Efik-Ibibio people of Cross Rivers State in Nigeria. This story follows the cunning nature of Effiong and how he used his wit to pay off his debt. Moral Lesson: Be careful who you lend your money to. I hope you enjoy this piece of our history. Sit back and Relax, let me take you back to Africa. Want to support the podcast?…
 
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