The character of Omulonga is introduced, and the others welcome and offer to help her.
Suloliko shares with Maro the story of how her family was run out of their homeland…
Maro prepares to dance in church, and Madala learns that there is more than one way to worship respectfully.
Kili loses his glasses and gets lost in the bush. The other animals band together to find him.
The character of Madala is introduced and the others learn a lesson about assumptions and letting go of tribal beliefs.
In a time of drought, Jos is inspired to share his food with those who have none.
Our Africa Tales friends gather to watch the Olympics at Madala’s house and discuss the people of the world getting along.
Nyati is saved from a snake by an elderly meerkat and learns a lesson about respect.
The friends learn to accept the different ways that God has made us.
Maro uses her beaded necklace to share the meaning of salvation with Jos.
Madala meets Santo, a turtle who can only get around with the help of others.
Madala’s friend, Angus, has come to visit from Scotland, and the children are fascinated by how different he sounds and looks.
The lemur children learn a lesson about making do with what they have.
Santo goes to church with his friends and we learn about different types of churches in…
Suloliko and Reë help their mothers after school, and see their friends doing the same.
Madala’s house is knocked down in a mudslide and the others help him rebuild.
A new water pump is built in the village, and Madala tells the friends the story…