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Africa Now!

Africa Now!
Genre talk show, current affairs,
Running time 60 minutes weekly(Wednesdays)
Country United States
Language(s) English
Home station Pacifica Radio, WPFW(89.3)
Host(s) Mwiza Munthali
Producer(s) James Pope
Exec. producer(s) Joia Jefferson Nuri
Recording studio Washington D.C.
Air dates since 1998
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Website Africa Now! Website

Africa Now! is a progressive, weekly radio show that focuses on issues concerning the African world. It is based in Washington D.C. making it the only radio show in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area that merges the history, politics, and culture of the African world.[1] The independent program airs on WPFW(89.3) radio in the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia which is a part of the Pacifica Radio network. It also airs nationally and internationally online on WPFW's website. It is listener supported.[2]


  • Background 1
  • Hosts 2
  • Notable guests, interviews and on-air debates 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Africa Now! was founded on Pacifica Radio station in Washington, DC. It brings together scholars, activists, authors, NGOs, and politicians to engage in topics centered on the African world.


Notable guests, interviews and on-air debates


  1. ^ Wednesday (2011-09-28). "Justice for the African World - AFRICA NOW". TransAfrica. Retrieved 2012-10-19. 
  2. ^ "About Us | AFRICA NOW". Retrieved 2012-10-19. 
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