Today’s Q&A guest is a person of so much dedication to his profession and hobby. He was one of the lead players in the Eritrean Basketball National Team who later became the coach. He has also coached different basketball teams in the first division, besides his busy schedule as an Electrical Engineer. Recently, he was elected President of the Eritrean Basketball Federation, while serving as Head of the technical branches sub-division in the Eritrean Electric Authority. We managed to get time for a brief interview with a very busy man, Eng. Henok Amine aka Wedi Amine.
The 5th General Assembly of the Organization of Military Sports in Africa (OSMA) was conducted in Asmara, Eritrea, from the 8th to the 16th of March. At the end of the conference we had a chance to speak to the newly elected President of the organization, Col Kabre David of Burkina Faso. The Colonel talks about his general point of view regarding OSMA, military sports and his future plans as the new president of the organization.
You all must have gotten an idea of who our guest would be today at the first glimpse of the title. We have today with us Distinguished Professor of English, Comparative Literature and African Studies at Penn State University.
He is the very guy behind the popular Mama Zeineb’s “TOO BOLD IN THIS DAMN WORLD”!
Ever since his first visit to Eritrea in 1995, Prof. Charles Cantalupo, has been an enthusiastic fan of Eritrean literary culture. That’s why he co-translated various poems and short stories in a bid to introduce Eritrean literary works to the rest of the world.
We have for you today an amazing photographer: Freminatos Estifanos. He believes that photos have the ultimate power of challenging the unstoppable time itself by confining occurrences, reactions, happenings and sensations.
Some members of the Italian National Team of marathoners are here in Eritrea, training atop the mountains under the balmy Asmarino sun. More than just running, this venture further brings the people of Eritrea and Italy together, trough sport.
We caught the boys right after their morning training on Thursday and here follows our chat.
A good news for our fellow Eritrean men. She’s here!!! Today Q&A has a compiled interview with an ‘Asmarina’ actress you Eritrean men wouldn’t stop giggling at every time you see her walk down town. That’s right, many of you would agree she has a radiating smile. Many of those in the film business would agree she’s the most talented, and I agree she is the wittiest. With posters and flyers of feature films and telenovelas depicting her pictures out on the street multiple times a year, and a bliss of a new family of her own that recently welcomed a first born baby boy, Saron Bereket, at the age of 30, continues to be the Eritrean Sweetheart.
Ever since what is considered the finding of 5 million years old fossil records in Buia, Eritrea has hosted various archeologists and professors. Today we bring to you an excerpt of the interview Prof. Ben Venito Martines Navarro did with Eri-Tv.