Africanews appears on your television screens on April 20. In this article, discover something new about the channel on a daily basis till the launch of sub-Saharan Africa’s first multilingual and independent channel.
1 Day to TV Launch: Flagship Shows
The roosters can stop crowing at the break of dawn! From now on, Africa rises with The Morning Call. A world premiere, our day-break news programme puts side by side two anchors moored in different languages: a francophone (actually, a bilingual), Hannane Ferdjani, and an English-speaker (in close-range combat with la langue de Molière), Robert K’Odingo.
Business Africa is our economic marketplace, Football Planet our weekly rendezvous with an African star on or around the pitch who’s interviewed by Juliet Bawuah.
All our shows breathe interactivity. But the top spot on the participative leaderboard will belong to a The Network, soon to come after our launch on 20 April.
For more, join us every day, D-day plus 1, 2, 3, 4,…