Goge Africa Foundation Launches 10th Seminar.

Let the countdown begin, the tenth edition of Goge Africa Foundation, Career and Guidance Seminar has officially launched with the theme: Safeguarding Our Youths. With the sole aim of giving back to the community, the seminar, which targets more than 3,500 students from secondary schools and youth groups in and around Lagos, will focus on topics including Safer Internet, youth restiveness, cyber b...

Scores of Drummers, One Stage: African Drum Festival.

There was no shortage of drum beats to keep feet tapping, hips moving and heads bopping during the 3rd African Drum Festival held in Abeokuta, Ogun State from April 19 – 21.  With more than 100 troupes and groups present to perform at the festival and the presence of several traditional rulers, the essence of drums in African culture was duly highlighted. Be it a wedding, a funeral, meeting or a n...

Goge Africa Attends Lagos Tourism Summit.

On April 16th, co-host of the Goge Africa TV Programme Nneka Isaac-Moses moderated a panel discussion at the first Lagos Tourism Summit held at Eko Hotels and Suites. The day-long summit featured key players in the Lagos tourism industry including Chairman, Lagos State House of Assembly Committee on Tourism, Desmond Elliot, Director General, Nigerian Tourism and Development Corporation Folarin Cok...

Schools Celebrate African Cultures and More

As the torch bearers of African culture and heritage, Goge Africa attended a few, dancing and celebrating along with the young mind. All the celebrations had one thing in common: student involvement in the research and presentation of the cultures on display.

Highlighting Africa’s Women for International Women’s Day, 2018.

The street cleaners, the roadside cook, the voice on radio, the non-governmental organization head, the civil servant, the medical professional, the teacher, the mother. We see or hear the women everyday, but not many stop to acknowledge the hard work and sacrifices made by women in most societies. But on this International Women’s Day 2018, we pause to recognize the women who move our societies, ...

NGOs Moving African Tourism, Anambra Tourism Portal Initiative Launched.

Tourism is fast evolving and African nations are not left behind. Leaders are now implementing policies to drive the industry forward, visa free entries are being announced and non-government organisations are taking ownership of the industry. We couldn’t be more proud and excited.

Goge Africa Bags More Awards

Goge Africa TV had a good one last week. The team was recognized and awarded for its contributions to culture and tourism promotions on the continent.

Goge Africa Tours East Africa

The trip was fashioned to showcase the young tourist to the ripe potential of African tourism and the rich cultural experiences offered in the visited destinations – Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda, General Manager of Goge Africa Nneka Isaac-Moses explained shortly after the group arrived the Murtala Mohammed International Airport.


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#DiscoverAfrica: The Surma Tribes

The Surma tribes are the Suri, Mursi and Me'en groups that inhabit the southwestern part of Ethiopia.

Edikang Ikong Soup

Edikang Ikong soup is very nutritious soup common among the Efiks, people of Akwa Ibom and Cross River states of Nigeria. Prepared using pumpkin and water leaves

How to prepare Congo’s Chicken Moambe

Chicken Moambe is a Congo dish prepared with a sauce usually made from the pericarp of palm nuts, the fruit of the African oil palm. It is very similar to Nigerian palm oil stew. Learn how to prepare it from the comfort of your kitchen!

Enjoy a bowl of Plantain Soup (Supu Ya Ndizi) from Tanzania!

All you need is: Peeled green plantains, Chicken broth (3 cans of chicken broth) Salt and pepper

The Limits of “Message Movies” About Africa

Art can certainly dramatize real-life events, as long as it understands them, but it can’t be the earnest volunteer on the street with a Greenpeace clipboard. This kind of art is not really believable, for one, and it can’t match the power of local action, and shouldn’t try to.

African arts star at N’Namdi Center

Contemporary art from Africa and the African diaspora get the spotlight at two small, but cool shows at Detroit’s N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art through Jan. 2.

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