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· May, 2008

Stories about Angola from May, 2008

Global Agenda for Lusophone Africa

“The past, present and future of Africa will be debated for two days in Lisbon during the II International Congress of Lusophone Africa. Organized by the University of Lusophone Humanities...

Angola: Blogging newspaper articles

Koluki writes about her series, “Echoes From the Angolan Press,” which contains full transcripts of selected articles published in Angolan newspapers: “I intended this series primarily to serve those Angolans...

Angola: On the standardization of the Portuguese language

Eugénio Costa Almeida [pt] breaks the news that the deal to standardize the Portuguese language in all countries was ratified in the Portuguese Parliament and within six years new spelling...

Angola: Decolonization in motion

Carlos Pereira [pt] has found a very interesting video showing the mass emigration of Portuguese-descended settlers and white Angolans from Luena, with scenes classified by the blogger as “great drama...

Angola: A tour from Luanda to Bula Atumba

“For those who have forgotten or those who want to visit Bula Atumba for the first time, I will try to give detailed information and will be available for further...

Angola: On the reform of the Portuguese language

Gociante Patissa [pt] invites readers to debate the proposed reform of the Portuguese language. Talking about language, the blogger is also responsible for the first ever blog in Umbundu language,...

Angola: Immigration or identity?

Having been back in Africa for a bit more than one year, Gi [pt] has many questions about identity: “As soon as I arrived here – and that time flies...

Angola: We are the world

To mark the beginning of the Africa's month, Eugénio Costa Almeida [pt] publishes a video of 1985's Michael Jackson's song and explains: “This is because once more the world faces...

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