This episode of What's Up Africa features a debate about the boundaries of African jokes, there's also a mysterious new African teletubbies show plus music from jazz goddess Layori and Louis Vuitton's summer 12 collection inspired by Kenya's Masai.
This half hour film produced by EPIC Global Media in partnership with USAID and 18 other private sector partners.
EPIC conducted more than 50 interviews in Ghana, Washington DC and Los Angeles with entrepreneurs, business leaders, foreign investors and executives, artists, designers and academics – all of whom offered their own perspectives on Ghana’s future, particularly in light of the country’s new status as an oil producing nation.
"Friday Nights:" It’s Ayira’s time to impress as she tries to get her dream job.
Meanwhile, Skola, Leo and Kennedy make a bet on who can get the most girls in one night – putting Leo’s chances with Virginia in jeopardy…
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