VoxAfrica was founded in 2007 as a Francophone [Europe and African] platform. Spotting a gap in the market, VoxAfrica launched its Anglophone platform in 2010, airing on Sky in the UK.
After 8 years of airing on SKY 218, VoxAfrica has confirmed its move to SKY 193 from May 1st, following Sky’s recent changes to its channel listings.
From May 2018, entertainment and documentary channels will reside together in the SKY channel 101-199 range, bringing channels such as ITV HD, Viceland, BET and VoxAfrica TV closer together. +1 or time shift versions of entertainment and documentary channels will move to a new home in the 200 channel range, with ITV2+1 replacing VoxAfrica in the Sky 218 channel.
VoxAfrica is the first pan-African independent and bilingual channel, with a mission to change the way the world sees Africa, through an innovative Afrocentric approach to general entertainment, news, production and broadcasting.
VoxAfrica apologises for any inconvenience caused due to this change and would like to thank its audience for their continued loyalty, support and feedback. VoxAfrica continues to bring its’ audience the best of Africa’s contemporary lifestyle, entertainment, music, and current affairs along with exciting new programs to be announced this summer.
Brand new shows in April 2018: Airing on Voxafrica
- New Ladies Lounge – Saturdays at 8pm (Repeats every Wednesday at 8pm)
- New MTV Shuga – Sundays at 9pm (Repeats every Thursday at 9pm)
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