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About this track
In our first episode, we discuss issues and matters that are of and about our ever-beautiful Africa. Starting with the tragedies of the Ethiopian plane crash and the recent natural disaster in Mozambique. We also challenge the monstrosity that is the xenophobic attacks in South Africa. In an attempt to revolutionize or modernize the African culture, we dare to ask, “Would Veganism Survive In Africa?” ... Jump right in, it’s the After Poddy.
15 Comments
7 months ago
Felix🇿🇦
xenophobic attacks in South Africa are carried out by those aren't willing to educate themselves. To fight xenophobia, we have to teach!
7 months ago
The After Poddy
You are very right in that we need to teach the people who are perpetuating these horrific attacks on fellow Africans. What would you suggest we do to teach these people then?
7 months ago
Felix🇿🇦
The melody/rhythm of the S.A national anthem is sounds exactly as that of Tanzania. S.A freedom fighters were exiled in Tanzania.
7 months ago
Felix🇿🇦
Nelson through law- the coding and legislating of democratic laws with intergration being his corner stone.
7 months ago
Felix🇿🇦
the first two democratic presidents of South Africa promoted Africanism. Thabo with economic- cross boarder trading within the continent.
7 months ago
Mara Tshepo Stephen
It’s great to hear African stories told by Africans
7 months ago
Mara Tshepo Stephen
I liked the podcast,very good points made ,next time please make it 30-40 minutes
7 months ago
Kamogelo
the first episode I'm hyped
7 months ago
The After Poddy
@Gideon (陈东升)🇰🇪, could you please expound your question? Do you mean people of the LGBT community are and should be gay-bashed because of their sexuality just like people of color are treated poorly because of the color of their skin? Or do you mean the LGBT community is treated poorly because of who they are as individuals?
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