Radio and TV Kilimanjaro is committed to empowering, supporting and echoing the voice of the African communities/individuals and businesses/organizations in Scotland, to enable them to become active and responsible citizen, through innovative services.
Radio and TV Kilimanjaro act as a bridge, mirror and window into and from Africa.It is a bridge for African-British, African Diasporas, Friends of Africa and those of African descent to link with their historic and cultural roots. Radio and TV Kilimanjaro is a window via which those who want to learn and beware about and be part of the African story.
Kim Ndungu (The Kim & Grace Show) was the award winner of the under 25 media presenters. Etienne Kubwabo (Big Shout Out with DJ Steve) won two awards at the Clydebank college cineworld, empire cinema, Glasgow national theatre for the best documentary and best film trailer.
Welcome to Radio and TV Kilimanjaro. As part of our innovation and drive to improve the services we provide to our community of listeners/Friends of Africa and to support businesses, companies and organisations by providing access to our community of listeners and ensuring information and services reach our community at local, national and international level, on behalf of the management team at Next Step Initiative, it gives me a pleasure and honour to introduce Radio and TV Kilimanjaro.
Hope you all enjoy our programmes and look forward working together.
We are delighted to announce that we’re partnering up with Scottish Refugee Council for a regular radio show dedicated to the issues facing refugees and asylum seekers in the UK. The show date is Wednesday and is broadcasted once every fortnight from 12:00.
Wed 2nd November – Tesfay Walde michael, Senior Asylum Support Adviser
Common questions about Section 4 support, what it means and how it works. Section 4 support is financial support that people can get if their claim is refused, and can be very important.
If you have any question, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org . Eventually you can participate live by calling 01414401800
Sibanye 'Township' Restaurant in South Africa has served over 15,000 meals with paying guests subsiding those without money for food. They have plans to improve, grow and serve more meals saving more lives and need your support.
This is not a Government run organisation or a charity where your money is lost in admin, rather a direct action to solve a critical basic problem with a sustainable solution.
We need 52,000 usd and have 39 days to raise it. It's a lot of money and will save many more lives, we ask you to contribute as much as you can and share this with your networks.