Africa State of Mind
Episodes in this series - Page 5
Rozan Ahmed: Writer, Creative Director and Advisor01 July 2018 | 32 Minute Listen
Lee Kasumba chats to Rozan Ahmed, an internationally established writer, creative director, advisor, advocate, and popular commentator who plays an influential role in leading new frontiers and shifting attitudes in the worlds of fashion and entertainment.
Khethi Ngwenya and Liz Letsoalo: World Economic Forum Global Shapers18 June 2018 | 45 Minute Listen
Khethi Ngwenya and Liz Letsoalo members of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Johannesburg Hub talk to Lee Kasumba about their organisation’s work on the African continent and across the world. They also share their views on the future of Africa.
Chef Coco Reinarhz: Pan-African Restaurateur09 June 2018 | 34 Minute Listen
On Africa Day, Pan-African restaurateur Chef Coco Reinarhz takes Lee Kasumba through Africa’s culinary history. He also tells Lee of how he and his family left Burundi for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and how his global travels influenced his cooking styles.
Koshie Mills: Hollywood based Ghanaian Marketing Aficionado20 May 2018 | 19 Minute Listen
In the latest episode of Africa State of Mind Lee Kasumba speaks to Hollywood based Ghanaian Marketing aficionado, Koshie Mills about Diaspora Dialogues - a talk series that aims to bridge the gap between Africans and their descendants in the Diaspora, being African in Hollywood and running her successful business K3PR.
Nima Elbagir: CNN's Senior International Correspondent11 May 2018 | 49 Minute Listen
In the latest episode of Africa State of Mind Lee Kasumba spoke to CNN's Senior International Correspondent, Nima Elbagir about covering African stories. Nima is responsible for breaking CNN's exclusive investigation of African migrants sold in underground slave markets across Libya.
Rohan Marley: Ambassador of Away to Africa03 May 2018 | 25 Minute Listen
Rohan Marley, son of iconic musician Bob Marley, recently made his way to South Africa as the ambassador of Away to Africa, a cultural tourism and destination management company. He speaks to Lee Kasumba about how special Africa is to him.