Africanews.

The voice of Africa

Africanews brings its expertise to the forefront while connecting the continent and its diaspora. We are committed to changing the African narrative.

 

Africanews successfully marks more than five years of covering stories from a pan-African perspective, addressing audiences in French and English worldwide.

    • #
      1
      Pan-African multilingual news channel in Africa
    • 1/3 rd
      African Affluent reached monthly
    • 5.5 M
      Monthly TV reach

Africanews programmes

Breathtaking scenery, unforgettable moments and sporting challenges African Adventures reporters are relentless in searching out s the most exciting experiences a country has to offer from safaris, hiking, and trekking to scuba diving and surfing Africanews Travel: a segment dedicated to travel and tourism content in our popular Morning Call programme.​

Latest news on African and international sports.

Weekly business news programme with an African perspective on international and African economies.

This lifestyle programme looks at arts ​and entertainment across the African continent. ​Reporting on the latest trends in art, culture, cinema, music, fashion including cultural events and concerts.

Covering topics as diverse as culture, heritage, cuisine, sports and lifestyle. Explore is a melting pot ​of experiences, an eye opener on the world.

In depth analysis of an event or current affairs issue that adopts a flexible approach to storytelling to suit the subject.. ​Our Focus team cover subjects as diverse as a major business forum ​to the latest news report on renewable energy, sustainable development, infrastructure and much more.

Overview of football events across Africa and Europe that covers results, highlights and summaries as well as discussions and debate with professionals, experts and fans across the continent.

Africanews flagship twice monthly programme “Inspire Africa” shines a spotlight on the rise of Africa and the millions of men ​and women who establish, innovate and drive the growth of the continent. ​ Inspire Africa delivers the uplifting stories ​of the key experts who establish the continent’s development.

Keep your finger on the market pulse and stay up to date on the business news affecting your industry with Markets on Africanews.​

Weather forecasts in Africa.

The Morning Call is an interactive daily programme, co-hosted by two anchors. The talk-show format provides advice and perspective from correspondents in the field alongside ​analysts and experts. Covering politics, business ​reports, sports and entertainment​, as well as healthier eating or ​a step-by-step guide to improving your well-being.

The latest developments in science and technology developments presented in an accessible format. ​Our Sci Tech team covers the major technology ​and innovation shows around the world, bringing you news and breaking trends from the frontiers of scientific endeavour as well as the latest gadgets and more.

Shining a light on the many and varied aspects ​of a particular country.

The start-up sector is booming on the African continent. Start-up Africa showcases the success stories that are breaking the mould across health, biotech, fintech, services, agribusiness, cleantech, telecoms and much more. Each start-up provides solutions based on the latest tech developments that are helping tackle the challenges in rural areas and areas that are deprived of resources.

A daily look at arts and entertainment across ​the African continent. Reporting on cinema, music, fashion and cultural events and concerts.

Selects the best weekly cultural events ​on the African continent Time Out Africa showcases a selection ​of the influential African artists in the world.

Weather forecasts from across the globe as well as temperature forecasts in the main cities.