Enjoy learning about Africa on Cafetalk! 
					Enjoy learning about Africa on Cafetalk!

You'll find a variety of free livestreams with tutors from the African continent
and special event lessons about the culture, history and languages of the different countries.
Learn about the continent from the people who live there and explore this part of the world from the comfort of your home - online!


Check out these special lessons from our African tutors by country!

ClickTap the country you are interested in!

Morocco Algeria Tunisia Egypt Nigeria Cameroon Uganda Kenya Zimbabwe Botswana South Africa


Official Language: Arabic, Standard Moroccan Berber


The 4th largest city of Morocco: Marrakech. A medieval district that is a maze of streets. It is also a popular tourist destination with many photogenic landscapes.


Official Languages: Arabic, Berber

The ruins of Timgad

Timgad was an ancient Roman colonial city built around 100 AD by the then Roman Emperor Trajan.
After centuries of development, the city was buried by a massive earthquake in the 8th century, and was only discovered about 1,000 years later. The city was buried in the sand for many years and is well preserved, and is called the "Pompeii of Africa".


Official Language: Arabic

Ribat of Sousse

Tunisia is home to the delicious couscous, a kind of pasta dish. It is a country rich in emotion. The cultural sites include buildings from the period of French colonial rule, the ruins of Carthage from ancient Roman times.


Official Language: Arabic

Abu Simbel Temples

The Abu Simbel Temples are said to have been built around 1300 B.C. by hollowing out a large rock.
The temples were threatened with submersion due to a dam construction project in the 1960s, but a campaign by UNESCO to relocate and protect the site averted the danger. This event led to the birth of the concept of "World Heritage Sites".


Official Language: English

Landscape of Lagos: the largest city in Nigeria

Lagos, Nigeria is one of the largest cities in all of Africa, with a population estimated at over 10 million.
It was once the capital of Nigeria, but the capital was moved to Abuja in 1976. However, it has continued to function as Nigeria's economic and cultural center to this day, and many foreign companies have established their West African operations in Lagos.


Official Languages: French, English

People watching a soccer game

The most popular sport in Cameroon is soccer / football.
Former Cameroonian national team footballer Samuel Eto'o, who retired in 2019, is one of the most popular players and has won numerous honors, including the African Player of the Year award which he won four times, he's also the all-time leading scorer in the history of the Africa Cup of Nations.



Official Languages: English, Swahili

Crowned crane: national bird of Uganda

Uganda is known as the "Pearl of Africa" for its abundant water and greenery, and its beautiful nature.
In particular, the country is home to more than 1,000 species of wild birds, attracting bird lovers from all over the world for the purpose of bird watching.
Uganda's national bird, the crowned crane, is even featured on the country's flag.



Official Languages: English, Swahili

Wild animals in Maasai Mara National Reserve

Kenya is rich in nature and is home to a variety of wildlife. There are many national parks and reserves to protect the country's animals and plants.
The Maasai people, famous for their traditional rituals involving dancing, chanting and repetitive jumping, are originally nomadic, but now many of them have settled in cities and make a living as tourist guides.


Official Languages: English, Chewa, Chibarwe, Kalanga, Koisan, Nambya, Ndau, Ndebele, Shangani, Shona, sign language, Sotho, Tonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls, located on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia, is considered one of the three largest waterfalls in the world, along with Niagara Falls in North America and Iguazu Falls in South America.
Rainbows are often seen as the water plumes rise so high that they can be seen from 20 kilometers away.



Official Languages: English

A herd of elephants in Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park, located in northern Botswana, is home to a large population of African elephants, and is said to have the largest population of elephants in the world.
Botswana is rich in touristic options, with many nature reserves and national parks, and is also notable for its national eco-tourism program, which focuses on environmental protection.

South Africa

Official Languages: English, Afrikaans, Zulu, Xhosa, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Southern Ndebele, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda

Landscape of Cape Town

South Africa, located at the southernmost tip of Africa, is known as the "Land of the Sun," with many sunny days and a mild climate throughout the year.
Table Mountain (in the background of the photo), which towers over Cape Town, gets its name for its uncanny resemblance to a table.

  • Morocco
  • Algeria
  • Tunisia
  • Egypt
  • Nigeria
  • Cameroon
  • Uganda
  • Kenya
  • Zimbabwe
  • Botswana
  • South Africa


Our tutors from Africa and Cafetalk staff talk about different topics and languages! In September, we had livestreams for: English, French, and Arabic!

English Symposium

Topic: Learn about the culture of Cameroon, Uganda & South Africa


Now released! Find the video below!


Sarah Nam Sarah Nam

From: Cameroon

Dorothy Shiiya Dorothy Shiiya

From: Uganda

Billy Billy

From: South Africa

Arabic Symposium

Topic: Beginners welcome! Learn about Egypt and the Arabic language -
Symposium with Tutor Noha Helmy


Now released! Find the video below!


Noha Helmy Noha Helmy

From: Egypt

French Symposium

Topic: Cameroon ~diversified cultures of the different regions~


Now released! Find the video below!



From: Cameroon

Sarah Nam Sarah Nam

From: Cameroon

  • The livestreams are free and accessible to anyone! During the stream you can also send comments in real time on the viewing page!
  • If you can't make it on the day of the event, please watch the recorded version that will be uploaded to Youtube and made available on this page at a later date.


Cafetalk's popular music tutor Hitoshi will introduce you to the rhythms and music he experienced in Africa.
It's free to watch live and recordings are available for 700 points!

Topic: African ★ Rhythm! Explore the range of African beats across the continent

Seminar language: Japanese


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