Africa.Com’s Groundbreaking New Documentary Africa Straight Up To Take Inside View of Africa

Written by admin   // September 25, 2012   // Comments Off

Johannesburg/New York – A leading source on African news will be debuting a dynamic documentary on today’s African society including business, politics, and technology., one of the leading sources for Africa news and information, is set to globally release the 30 minute film Africa Straight Up on October 8, 2012 on To view an exclusive preview of the film click here: Africa Straight Up

We set out to produce a film that elevates the conversation about Africa, above the stereotypes of the past and towards the challenges of today and the immense possibilities of tomorrow,” comments Teresa Clarke, CEO of

Written and executive produced by Teresa Clarke, narrated by South African Warren Adams, choreographer of the highly anticipated Broadway play Motown: The Musical, and with a soundtrack of Africa’s hottest music stars, multi-platinum South African singer Lira and Nigerian hip hop star M.I., the film takes viewers on a journey across the continent to witness the progress and passion of Africa through the eyes of its people.

The documentary includes specially curated footage of global leaders such as Nigerian Finance Minister and former World Bank Director Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, business mogul and Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote, and Kenyan technology activist and Policy Manager for Google Africa Ory Okolloh.

The exciting film includes contributions from some of the most powerful and influential organizations in Africa including the African Leadership Network, Mo Ibrahim Foundation, and Tony Elumelu Foundation, as well as global powerhouses such as Sony Music, BET, MTV, TED and the Aspen Institute. will also be hosting an exclusive Africa Straight Up Google Hangout with university students across the continent.

Launched in 2010, is the largest Africa-related website with over five million page views per month from visitors in over 200 countries who seek information about all 54 African countries including news, facts and figures, maps, and travel information.








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