#Interviews

Johnny Clegg, South-African musical icon and anti-apartheid activist. We had a sit down with Paolo Genovesi, global citizen, self-declared pro-Apartheid supporter, turned pan-Africanist. On the effect of music, musicians, and one musician in particular - Johnny Clegg - affected his life and altered his worldview. Sit back for a lengthy read of an interesting conversation that covers a lot of topics.
Soon we’ll find out who is the real revolutionary. Amidst recent social upheaval, internet shutdown and government crackdown we tried to find an answer to whether Zimbabwe’s current woes are the product of former president Robert Mugabe’s ghost still lingering in the battered country. For this we delved into the country’s recent history ending up interviewing the leader of the Tajamuka social justice movement, Mr. Promise Mkwananzi.
A personal perspective. UbuntuFM recently linked up with Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, writer, journalist, and intellectual of note from Nigeria. Personal Perspectives is an interview series, a platform on which we invite people to share their perspectives on issues that affect us all. 
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Exclusive interview with a remarkable woman. Cynthia Basinet is a multi-talented American actress, singer, supermodel, activist and mother from the San Fernando Valley. Life is a journey. Cynthia’s journey took her to the top of various interlocking disciplines and roads less traveled. In this exclusive interview we’ll attempt to paint the full picture and put some perspective on the life and career of this remarkable woman.
Blues troubadour, critically acclaimed singer-songwriter, Grammy nominee, citizen of the world. In his latest release ‘Migration Blues’ (2017) Eric Bibb - 2017 Grammy nominee in the best traditional Blues album category - draws a parallel between the former African-American share-croppers leaving the segregation and misery of the Southern USA for the industrial cities of the North, and the current migratory movement to Europe of the refugees from the Middle East. Talking about the Blues.