Kwese iflix, Africa’s best innovation in digital entertainment and live streaming service has a great line-up of documentaries for its viewers this New Year. For the viewer who wishes to stream unlimited content at his own convenience, the iflix app should be your choice.
Below are top 5 documentaries you cannot afford to miss on Kwese iflix in 2019:
- Magnificent mega cities
Magnificent megacities take a revolutionary look at the places where most of us live: the modern Metropolis. It focuses on the single aspect of a city’s infrastructure which best informs the life and functions of that place. Magnificent megacities examine the infrastructure of five iconic locations around the world: Kuala Lumpur, Casablanca, Jakarta, Dubai and Muscat.
- Earth in 1000 years
This eye-opening documentary explores the latest scientific and technological developments in the study of earth’s melting ice stores to discover the fate of our planet in 1000 years time.
Reaching deep into our planet’s history, scientists search for clues to what might happen in the future. Whilst advanced special effects and high-end computer animation provide us with a window into what this future may look like.
- Nelson Mandela, the Freedom Fighter
This is the riveting and controversial story of how Nelson Mandela defied adversity and inspired the world. Mandela stood firmly as a public leader of the anti-apartheid movement. In 1962, he was arrested and convicted of sabotage and conspiracy to overthrow the government and was sentenced to life in prison. An international campaign ensued and in 1990, he was released.
- Wild 24
WILD 24 is a day-long journey that celebrates the eternal rhythm of light and dark in different locations around the world. From the jungles of the East Indies to the tropical reefs, up to Alaska, the Nile, the Himalayas and the spectacular Rocky Mountains the series follows the lives of unique and amazing animals as they live out their lives under a ticking clock. No two environments are the same. Experience a day in different landscapes.
- Factory City
They live there. They eat there. Their children attend school there. But most of all, they work there. They are the 17000 employees of EUPA, a “”Factory City”” in the southeast corner of China. EUPA’s massive workforce pumps out 15 million irons per year, millions of sandwich grills, microwaves, coffee makers and blenders. Now they are about to take the manufacturing world by storm with their introduction of solar powered products. It is a novel concept for the rest of the world but it has become a way of life in China, where a new industrial revolution is unfolding on a scale the world has never seen before.
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