About SBTV Somali Bantu TV, the SBTV it is under Banllywood Company. We also named the full name of the Company "BANLLYWOOD ENTERTAINMENT/SBTV, INC" This entertainment is the first group around the world for the community of the Somali Bantu but it hasn't become a popular an international. Banllywood is always stand to create new movies, comedy, and all different news and also other kinds of programs that our people interest every time. Banllywood is also to welcome any other programs who is willing to help and support our entertainment mission. Banllywood has promised to keep the Somali Bantu culture by movies, Comedy, news and other programs to make them understand what is going around the world. Our mission is also to connect the Somali Bantu in to other different cultures, views, and introduce our culture to the international people. Banllywood is always looking more idea and more support to forward our entertainment mission. Banllywood also believe to continue and add more programs in our entertainment rolls. To support our mission please visit the support page or donation page on the web site.History of Somali Bantu People:Represent a traditionally and to keep our cultural from Africa. Somali Bantu is one of the tripes who live in the southern Somali. Most of the Somali Bantu people were already living in Somalia before other some Somali Bantu descendants of slaves traded from Tanzania, Malawi, and northern Mozambique into Somalia through the Zanzibar slave traders of the 19th century; they have been victims of persecution, prejudice, oppression and violence because of this ancestry. Due to their status, the Bantu were burned from political participation and land ownership, also they were prevented from intermarrying, owning business with the government or other department and agencies, government Aid, or to become part of a government, had limited access to formal education and were relegated to service and labor intensive positions regardless of their training and others. After the civil war started in Somalia in 1991: Somali Bantu had faced very serious problems without help from any other traipse and other government. The Somali Bantu became victims of increased violence against their communities, including the massive confiscation of properties, the burning of villages, murder and sexual assault and any other serious victims for human. Many of Somali Bantu moved to Kenya, living in Dadaab refugee camps for 12 years or more where violence against women and discrimination persisted in Somali and Kenya refugee camps. Life of Somali Bantu Opportunity: In 1999, the US Government approved a plan for 12,000 Somali Bantu to be resettled in over 50 cities in 38 states. The community in Vermont began arriving in 2003 as a part of this resettlement plan and has grown to over 800 individuals over the past eight years.Our Entertainment programs:The creation of the Banllywood is represents their community’s first opportunity for Media. Such as reporting news, making Comedy, Movies, Event for the Holiday to bring the boys and girls together to keep their culture, history and their home language. This entire media program will be used the Somali Bantu language which is maay maaay and Maha. This entire program is useful in the state of Vermont, across and also around the world. It is programs; goals and mission are a direct result of our community input and leadership. With the express goal of empowering and supporting each community member to achieve our political party.
Wararka SBTV and Banllywood Movies SBTV air time Every Sunday at 9-10 PM US Est Time News of the week. From Mon/Friday, Review the latest SBTV show program and Banllywood movies, international songs, and comedies. Fri, is for Wacdi or moxaadaro only. Saturday is for movies and songs.