16 April 2018

South Africa: Channel24 Joins Forces With AfriDocs to Bring You Free Documentaries From Across Africa

AfriDocs , the only free streaming platform for the best African documentaries is excited to announce an exclusively curated stream of programming available only on Channel24 .

Every week a specially selected African documentary will be available on Channel24 to stream FREE at www.channel24.co.za/Movies/Documentaries.

With a massive library of some of Africa's best documentaries, AfriDocs, in partnership with Channel24 will select the most topical and relevant films for audiences across South Africa and beyond. Simply navigate to movies, scroll down to documentaries, and find the latest selection to stream free for the week.

For the launch of this exciting documentary stream, starring from 16 April, film fans can watch the powerful Ethiopian film Omo Child , followed on 23 April with the story of the women of Marikana, those left behind after the massacre in 2012. Strike a Rock follows two South African mothers and best friends, Primrose Sonti and Thumeka Magwangqana who lead the community as they continue to fight for justice.

In honour of Freedom Day - 27 April, AfriDocs on Channel24 will present Have You Heard From Johannesburg: Oliver Tambo , the recently released biopic of the often overlooked struggle hero. With previously unseen footage, interviews with those closest to Tambo, and in his own words, the film is a moving tribute to one of the founders of our democracy.

Check out Channel24 every Monday for another new documentary, and also visit www.afridocs.net anytime to watch these and other films, anytime - always for free. .

Source: Channel24 Movies

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