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Freedom House shed new light on China's influence in the communications sector in several countries around the world, including Mozambique.
In response to the controversy, the Ministry of Education of Angola intervened with guidelines advising schools to combat discrimination.
Mozambique has been in an increasingly delicate situation compared to the countries that pollute the most in the world.
The Portuguese government has appologized for The Wiriamu massacre, an incident on December 16, 1972, when around 400 unarmed civilians were killed by Portuguese soldiers in Wiriamu, Mozambique.
Western countries are trying to diversify gas purchases from Russia. Some analysts believe Anglophone-African gas-producing countries could be a viable alternative.
Mamadou is one of the most prominent voices of the anti-racist movement in Portugal and is also often targeted by far-right and neo-Nazi movements.
Paulina Chiziane, 66, was born in Manjacaze, Mozambique and studied Linguistics in Maputo. In 33 years, this is the third time that the prize has been awarded to a Mozambican author.
Numerous politicians were implicated in Angola, Mozambique, and Portugal. Before that, their names had never been attached to offshore scandals.
From the occupation of territories to the colonial war, passing through the abolition of slavery, we dismantled some myths of Portuguese colonialism.
TV Surdo, an initiative created in 2008, aims to produce content for people with hearing and visual impairments.
Among those involved in the case are the former Minister of Finance, the son of the former President, as well as leaders of the country's secret service.
Gladis Kaercher talks about her path as a researcher in the field of Education and the creation of teaching resources for the representation of different skin tones in children's drawings
José Maria Neves (PAICV) and Carlos Veiga (MPD) are running in Cape Verde's upcoming election.
The Government of Angola launched a campaign to combat a harmful experimental practice called "jarda," a procedure that aims to alter parts of the body through chemical injections.
The authorities claim that the drink encourages cannabis consumption, which is prohibited in Mozambique.
The song officially belongs to Portuguese artist David Carreira, who alongside Ludmilla and Giulia Be (Brazil) and Preto Show (Angola), hopes for Portugal to win the Euro championship.
Despite these firings and arrests, Angolans themselves do not believe that corruption will end in their country.
Other Mozambican civil servants do not enjoy the same benefits.
The government justified the suspension of Record TV África with the fact that its executive director was a "non-national" citizen. The network has since replaced him with an Angolan director.
Beatriz Gomes Dias, currently a member of parliament, was chosen to head the list of the Left Bloc in the local elections in Lisbon, scheduled for late this year.
The blast was close to the site of Africa's largest natural gas processing operation, and exchange of fire between military and militancy continues.