Wednesday, 25 December 2013

African Parents

African Parents on fast food
 A video just for you. If you like it, good, if not there is a comments section, so you can tell me what's wrong and I'll read it and get back to you as soon as possible.

Soul Boy on the Africa Channel

Soul Boy is about man who seems to have his soul stolen. So his son tries to redeem it for him.
Exclusive to the Africa Channel and premiered today 25th December at 9pm.
If you are in the UK, reading this post, tune in to the Africa Channel, Sky 209, and watch the film. #SoulBoy
Kutoka, AfriKid.

Monday, 9 December 2013

The legend, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

Nelson Mandela on the eve of his 90th birthday in Johannesburg in May 2008

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, the first black South African president, has passed away peacefully on Thursday 5th September. He was the first black South African president, and was an anti - apartheid activist and was imprisoned for being a representative for black people. As a black kid, I think it's very wrong to be put in prison against civil rights. 27 years of his lie was spent in prison, and while serving his time, her developed an illness. Eventually after 2.5 gruelling decades in 1990, he was released and many celebrated on the streets of Johannesburg.
Nelson has always been my hero and if he wasn't in prison then maybe he would have lived longer. If someone stood up for me and my rights, I would give them the upmost respect. This is why I respect Nelson Mandela. He fought for the freedom of black people. If he weren't alive, no black person would be respected or treated fairly.
Heaven has found another angel!
R.I.P Mandela, may your spirit rest peacefully, and may God guide you through afterlife. You will always stay in minds, and keep a place in our hearts. We will miss you and you are the reason we are free today.

Saturday, 30 November 2013

African Entertainment

Africa Channel - 209

It has many programmes, documentaries and films, all about Africa.

TV Shows

Tinsel - Set in Lagos. Two film companies, Reel Studios and Odyssey Pictures, trying to outdo each other, only one will come out on top.

Scandal - Set in Johannesburg, about powerful entrepreneurs, making money by directing a journalist company called Scandal.

Mary Mary - Set in America, but is exclusive to the Africa Channel. It's about two sisters, Erica and Tina Campbell, fulfilling their dreams, and touring the world, worshipping God. Along the way, they experience some troubles, but God confides in them and helps them in the end.

Desmond's - Set in London, Peckham. It's about a Guyanese barber, dreaming to return back home. With his children both born in the UK, he struggles to convince them that moving back home is best for them.

Keeping Up with the Joneses - Set in Barbados. About a Jamaican family who set up a TV show about their lives.


Darrat - Set in Somalia, about a boy whose father was killed, and is set to find out who killed him
Theo - A boy who falls in love with a rich girl, then he grows up, travels to Italy and falls in love with and Italian girl. He becomes the first African designer, and must choose between his childhood crush and his new girlfriend.

Back to Somalia - Two men and one woman revisit their hometown of Mogadishu to re - unite with their family and see what they've missed.

And many more...

We also have Vox Africa channel 218 which has a variety of movies like Fair Maiden, Spirit of A DancerLetter to my Mother, Rejected Princess, The Warrior, Family Bond, Family Fortunes and many, many more. All for your viewing pleasure.

Kutoka, AfriKid.

Sunday, 24 November 2013

My Ancestors

If I was not from Africa, I probably wouldn't know about my ancestors. By hearing stories from my father at the age of 10, it helped me understand by the time I was 13. I started writing about my ancient history, and how they made me who I am today. Our ancestors date back to the time when Jesus was alive, but only few of us know this. A man like Nelson Mandela would recognise that he was living in constant protection of his ancestors.

They can do many things to help us, our ancestors. They help us through everything, we just don't know.

Kutoka, AfriKid

Saturday, 23 November 2013

This shows how our parents should raise us. You can't raise a child without any discipline. They will get away with anything.
It's very funny, it shows people how African parents are.
My dad is exactly this. Enjoy

Kutoka, AfriKid