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National Geographic launches first locally produced pan-African children’s production

According to the channel, viewers will follow a group of young conservationists — and Akili, an AI computer represented as a large DNA helix — as they become Africa’s protectors, working from a fun and high-tech base known as Sayari basecamp.

Team Sayari premieres on Saturday, 24 September and the new series will be airing each Saturday at 13:00. Each episode aims to provide viewers with:

  • adventures
  • investigative missions
  • visitations to places across Africa
  • meet-ups with interesting people
  • knowledge-sharing about the continent’s biodiversity, and
  • the exploration of the need to become champions for conservation.

“The exciting lineup of National Geographic programming delivers on our core purpose to tell exceptional stories that ignite wonder and inspiration for people of all ages, enabling them to better understand the world and their place in it,” concludes Christine Service, senior vice president and general manager of The Walt Disney Company Africa.

To view the channels’ upcoming programming schedules, individuals can click here.

For more information, visit You can also follow National Geographic on Facebook, Twitter or on Instagram.

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