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  • An African City shows a glossier side of Ghana
  • An African City shows a glossier side of Ghana
    An African City (2014) ©
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An African City shows a glossier side of Ghana

Four fashionable, professional women, starring in a show about life and love in the big city. Sound familiar? It’s not Sex and the City, it’s An African City, a popular web series following the lives of four women returning to the Ghanaian city of Accra after years spent in the diaspora.

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