AFRIKA21 Podcast Stage
Monday, February 28, 2022
Who is an African Creator? Our podcast defines it as someone who is African and uses their creative talents to amplify progressive African narratives to the world, inclusive of all Africans.
The vibrant global creative economy is a sustainable career path for millions of Africans to tell their stories. In this episode of 'The African Creator,' we explore the various ways creators can amplify the stories they tell and effectively monetize. We'll also discuss how to leverage the multiverse and metaverse to tell our stories.
This session is hosted by The African Creator
As we seek to reimagine our approach to innovation and building great companies and organizations, the importance of grit and empathy cannot be overemphasized.
In this live podcast, guests will be joining us to share their stories and best practice on building in Africa. Attendees will have the opportunity to join the conversation via a live Q+A.
This session is hosted by DiverseK
Join us for a live recording of 'The Class Prefects' podcast, where discuss pop culture news, personal stories and welcome audience interaction.
In this episode, we’re talking soulmates!
It’s the month of love and while some of you are reeling from your Valentine’s Day shenanigans (or lack thereof) we want to examine the concept of a soulmate.
Can a friend be your soulmate?
Can you have more than one soulmate?
We’ll discuss all this and more on this special Class Prefects episode
This session is hosted by The Class Prefects
Tuesday, March 1, 2022
Society is continuously evolving at an exponential rate. Gen-Z (youth aged 9-24 years) face a lot of pressure that many parents didn't experience growing up. Some of these pressures stem from self-esteem issues, academic or professional career-path stress, bullying, depression, cyber addiction, and anxiety over friendships and relationships. As algorithms increasingly choose what we watch, listen to, or whose opinion we hear on social media and other digital platforms, the fundamental questions of ‘Who am I?’ ‘What do I want to do?’ ‘What do I stand for?’ ‘How can I contribute to something bigger than myself?’ are increasingly challenging to define. Parents of teens are often focused on kids’ academics, and general welfare while overlooking their health, social and emotional learning, creative endeavours, and transition to work. What used to work on the path towards ‘success,’ often gets imposed on our youth, without truly understanding the information, innovation, and pathways to the possibility that exist ahead of them.
Our Gen-Z kids on this continent are brilliant and motivated. When our youth have ideas and are ready to work for change, how do we build their mindset, resilience, self-esteem, and habits to carry them forward? How do we empower them to speak their truth, share their voice, and contribute meaningfully to this ever-changing world? We've seen where traditional paths of success and the pressure to achieve have taken over and have left many youths more lost, dazed, and confused, than ever. If we provide them 'with the best,' that can potentially lead to entitlement, inertia, and an overall lack of direction. This podcast episode will talk about how we can support Gen-Z to build the life skills necessary to deliberately decide the impact they want to make on the world around them and to lead with courage and empathy. We will first define the challenges facing our youth and future leaders today, and then talk about nurturing self-awareness, world-awareness, and purpose-driven action - as parents, teachers, bosses, coaches, mentors, peers, and leaders.
Lumination-Z is a purpose-centric thought leadership content platform and community for adolescents on the African continent aged 13 to 19 years. We are committed to building a generation of purpose-driven leaders that will be equipped with the mindset, skill-sets, and emotional intelligence to make sure the continent of Africa prospers. Our content and experiences include social media platforms, podcasts, workshops, events, immersive experiences, and resources targeted to Gen-Z. We are building a nation of bright lights and we’re starting early!
This session is hosted by Lumination Global Network
Join us for a live episode of the 234 Essential Podcast where we deliver general facts and dive into important conversations about Nigerian culture. The podcast offers well-rounded conversations concerning liberal and unpopular topics in Nigeria.
This session is hosted by Visual Audio Times
Terms and Conditions is a podcast that discusses worthy culture-related conversations with insights and varying perspectives.
Join us for the Terms and Conditions Podcast LIVE @ #AFRICANXT 2022. In this special edition of the podcast, we'll discuss a number of hot topics including:  the different sides to Thot culture,  blockchain, NFTs and the music industry, and  the fate of Nigerian sports leagues.
Get ready for an interactive lively and entertaining conversation, that will also provide insights on challenges and opportunities before us.
The Terms and Conditions Podcast by Pulse is hosted by Motolani Alake, a Journalist, Lawyer and Strategist, Melody Hassan: an OAP, Media Trainer and A&R; Excel Joab: Music Exec, A&R consultant, culture nut and Acquisitions/Licensing Professional.
Wednesday, March 2, 2022
Young people deal with several challenges when it comes to professional and creative work: they are interested in everything but committed to nothing, and they have learned multiple skills but struggle with deploying them with intention and strategy.
In this live episode of 'The Young God' Podcast, we'll bring to the fore the age-old struggle between being a specialist or a multi-potentialite, while making the case for the latter being a vehicle for progress -- large scale social change and personal financial freedom.
Diverse and niche opportunities exist for those that are able to mix, match, and master a set of skills. Creatives today need to embrace the multi-hyphenate mindset in order to open up unprecedented doors, make deeper connections personally and professionally, and thrive in this highly competitive world.
Our guest will share their perspective and best practice on how they navigate their different interests and purists. Attendees will have the opportunity to join the conversations as well.
This session is hosted by The Young God
Many creators and brands want to host their podcasts but face several limitations to launching like proper ideation, production, scriptwriting and technical qualities like audio engineering and distribution. Existing alternatives such as Anchor do not provide professional and customised offerings.
This workshop focuses on how promising and amateur podcasters can take a DIY approach in planning and launching their podcasts. We will cover every step of the process (scriptwriting, recording, editing, distribution, marketing) with visual references and a live demo.
This session is hosted by Visual Audio Times
Thursday, March 3, 2022
Join us for the Ladies Hive Podcast live @ #AFRICANXT! In this episode, we'll discuss the challenges creatives face in Nigeria, and the struggles they face to stay relevant in a saturated industry.
Our featured guests are creatives that have unique experiences from different parts of the creative sector. They'll share how they've been able to navigate the space and find success.
The goal at the end of the show is for attendees to have a better understanding of the various opportunities and pathways to earn a living as a creative, acquire the relevant skills, and develop without having to compromise.
This session is hosted by LHWT
Coming second is a compilation of stories of people that are the second to break the status quo, the second act in love, a second change in career, a second chance at freedom.
Were there pressures to supersede the first? Did you have to scale through difficult embargoes to succeed because the first to break the status quo messed up? What have you learnt from coming second?
This live episode of 'Coming Second' will be an authentic and healing ground that will shine a light on stories of coming second - Not first. Guests will include awesome individuals that weren't the first to bring home the achievement or to walk through a door, yet making giant strides Coming Second!
This session is hosted by The Lifetime Show with Shirley
This live episode of 'Techie Talk' will take a look at the impact of social media on relationships in Africa, with a view to promote strong family bonding in the digital era.
Collins and Andrea Teke are the co-hosts of 'Techie Talk' and 'Family Talk with the TEKES' airing on Nigeria Info FM Lagos.
This session is hosted by Black Voice Media Communications
Friday, March 4, 2022
The SJW Show centralizes around discussing social issues that young people are currently facing in society.
In this episode we will share the stories of amazing women; showcasing their accomplishments and highlighting the great things they are doing in Africa.
Our guests will discuss the challenges they faced as women starting and growing their businesses, offering attendees valuable insights and best practices on ensuring success in any endeavour. We also aim to have an interactive and lively discussion on the importance of women believing in themselves and their dreams.
The SJW Show is about positive affirmations and reminding young women of their worth and value.
The SJW Show is hosted by The Sapphire Fire Network
This podcast is hosted with 3 mums with special needs children. In this episode of the podcast, we reflect on social media and technology and how it has assisted and played a part in the special needs journey. What are the benefits and what are the negatives? We talk community, access to resources, information and knowledge, content, vocations and more in relation to special needs.
This session is hosted by Simone's Oasis / TEEOF Media