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Watch Witness: Africa
Watch a selection of previous Witness documentaries from Africa.
Last Modified: 11 Apr 2010 14:12


A selection of the best Witness films from Africa can be watched here in full.


America's New Frontline
Rageh Omaar investigates the US military and political strategy for Africa.
 

Darfur Plays
A troupe of self-taught young actors take theatre into the streets and camps of Darfur.


Fighting the Silence 
The makers of Fighting the Silence speak about tackling widespread rape in DR Congo.
 

Musical investments
An uplifting look at how music can help transcend all sorts of boundaries.


Super Ladies 
A colourful ride through the world of rally driving in Uganda.
 

Slum Survivors
A look at the struggle to survive against desperate odds in Africa's largest slum.


A Nurse's Tale 
Lydia returns to her home in Ghana after 15 months working as a nurse in the UK.
 

Miss Landmine
A beauty contest for landmine victims challenges normal concepts of beauty.


No White in the Rainbow
White farmers in South Africa take measures to protect their land.
 

Timbuktu Scribes
Much of Africa's long-kept secrets, history and knowledge is about to unfold.


Soweto Beach Party
How Afrikaans could make a resurgence among South Africa's black community.

 

Orphans of Mygoma
A film about the lives - and deaths - of illegitimate children in Khartoum.


Desert Blues
A behind-the-scenes look at the Tuareg's "Festival of the desert" in Mali.
 

Manda's Prize
How one award-winning Zambian safari guide is helping his local community.

 

The Bushmen Business
The San people have adapted their age-old traditions and talents to new markets.
 

Photographing the Exodus
Photographer Juan Medina captures the despair of failed asylum seekers from Mali.


Sangoma
In South Africa the sick are more likely to go to traditional healers than hospitals.
 

Battle of Sea Point
A once-affluent town highlights the stark differences in South Africa.

 

A Maasai Tale
A young Maasai girl leaves her tribe and embarks on a new life in the US.
 

The King's Festival
How an ancient festival ties disparate, disappearing factions to a sense of place in Senegal.


Managing Famine
We track a UN team as they work with Ethiopians to manage aid relief and drought.
 

The Problem of Peace
Kenya's election violence relived through the eyes of an ambitious schoolgirl.


The Silver Fez
In the Cape Town slums men with melodic voices sing for the Silver Fez trophy.
 

Avalon
The family of an Aids victim bury him in a cemetery fast-running out of space.

 

Mud and Guts
The villagers of Gorlu are re-building their homes and lives after the civil war.
 

The Splintering Rainbow
South African author Rian Malan offers a glimpse into the heart of the nation.
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Al Jazeera
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