Bringing the news to our screens and airwaves can be a dangerous pursuit and the brave souls who risk their lives to bring back stories from war zones, violent protests and areas too dangerous for many of us to tread, often do so with higher purpose. For them, it’s not just a job.
Following its world premiere at the prestigious FESPACO and recent showing at New York’s African Film Festival, Uprize! makes its South African debut by opening up the Johannesburg leg of this year’s Encounters Documentary Film Festival.
The time has come for the long and twisted tale of South Africa’s energy crisis and the history of its nuclear programme are stories to be told fearlessly and objectively, and most importantly without bias.
Germany is in negotiations with Namibia about the phrasing of the first official apology for General von Trotha’s extermination orders that led to the murder of around 100 000 Ovaherero and Nama people between 1904 and 1908 in the German colony of then South West Africa.
Al Jazeera Media Network is celebrating winning a total of five Gold World Medals, 14 Silver World Medals and seven Bronze Medals at the prestigious New York Film Festivals awards last month.
In The Science of Water Sustainability, TechKnow explores three solutions for water scarcity that don’t involve waiting for rain: fog-catching nets, intelligent watering and washing machines that use 80% less water.
In upcoming Al Jazeera documentary The Trump Show, Fault Lines examines the increasingly blurred line between Donald Trump, the reality TV star, and Donald Trump, the President – and what that means for the U.S.
The award-winning documentary Salero screens this Wednesday, 19 April 2017, on Al Jazeera English. The Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is the world’s largest salt flat. For generations, ‘saleros’ like Moises have harvested salt from this ethereal expanse of white.
At MipTV in Cannes, BBC Worldwide announced it has licensed over 400 hours of programming across Africa in the first part of 2017.