Africa

Luntha TV: bringing wisdom to Malawians with the support of SSR

Luntha TV: bringing wisdom to Malawians with the support of SSR

Malawi is located in the southeastern part of Africa. Covering over 120.000km2 and with a population of 20.5 million people, it is known as the “warm heart of Africa” because of how friendly its population is, something reflected in the latest interview given by Fr. David Niwagaba, director of Luntha Television to SIGNIS Services Rome.

Malawi has a rather rich media landscape, as it has 16 television stations, 5 of which are religious. Luntha Television is one of them. A project born in…

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The University of Makeni to have a new communications center

The University of Makeni to have a new communications center

Sierra Leone is an Eastern African country that for years was afflicted by civil conflict, Ebola, and, most recently, covid. Home to almost 9 million people,  it carries the scars of its past as it struggles to fully rise up again, but it does not let this hardship shadow the hope that the younger generations represent. 

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Taa Bora FM to start broadcasting in Tanzania

Taa Bora FM to start broadcasting in Tanzania

In the region of Tabora, located in the Western part of Tanzania, there is a new voice of hope is being born. This area, home to more than two million people, has recently received the materials to build a new radio station in order to bring the Good News to the people and to keep them informed, entertained, and educated. The brand new Taa Bora FM will…

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Radio Paraclete: la nuova stazione radio della Liberia

Radio Paraclete: la nuova stazione radio della Liberia

Nella diocesi di Gbarnga, in Liberia, una nuova emittente radiofonica segna un prima e un dopo. In questa diocesi, situata nell’area nord-orientale del Paese, mancava di un sistema di qualità in grado di informare rapidamente e accuratamente i suoi cittadini. A Gbarnga, una zona senza giornali e solo con qualche frequenza radio ricevuta dalla capitale, Monrovia, quasi un milione di persone si trovava di fatto senza voce, fino all’arrivo di Radio Paraclete.

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Una radio per Lusambo

Una radio per Lusambo

Radio Bobumue, che significa “unità” nel dialetto locale è la prima radio della città di Lusambo, Repubblica Democratica del Congo. Il primo programma è stato trasmesso nel 2017, e da allora la nuova stazione radio ha cominciato a funzionare/ad essere operativa, portando notizie, intrattenimento e molto altro, in questa importante città della RDC, Paese ancora oggi purtroppo, ad alta conflittualità.

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