IN anticipation of Africa Day, Netflix is launching a new collection of stories, From Cape to Cairo.
This year, the African Union has deemed 2022 ‘the year of nutrition’ and in that spirit, Netflix is bringing stories from North, East, West, Central and Southern Africa to feast on.
This collection includes rows like Our Music, Our Culture, Our History, Award-Winners & Critics Favourites; African Women Behind the Camera; Love Across the Continent; Stories From The African Diaspora; and more recommendations to help you find your next favourite African series, film or special.
The From Cape to Cairo collection will feature Netflix’s latest African series, Blood Sisters (Nigeria) and Savage Beauty (South Africa) — both launching in May — and many other stories that showcase the continent’s creativity and talent.
The collection also includes:
- Silverton Siege
- Man of God
- Senzo: Murder of a Soccer Star
- Young Famous & African
- Finding Ola, Paranormal and Secrets of The Saqqara Tomb
- Queen Sono,Blood & Water
- How To Ruin Christmas
- Kings of Joburg
- King of Boys: Return Of The King
Major international films and series featuring the talent of African descent from the African diaspora include Meet the Adebanjos, African Doctor, Shine Your Eyes, Dọlápọ̀ is Fine, Yasuke and more.
To further celebrate African talent across the continent, Netflix is launching a new podcast entitled Never Late | African Time, featuring its on-screen and behind-the-screen talent like Nox Dlamini, Jayan Moodley, Retti Ramaphakela, Jesse Suntele, Daniel Effiong, Nancy Isime, Ini Dima Okojie and Kemi Adetiba as they share their experiences around diversity and inclusion in the creative industry.
Check out the From Cape To Cairo collection available from May 1 on all devices.