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· August, 2008

Stories about Angola from August, 2008

Angola: On the illegal occupation of a residential plot by a bank

Angola: Going, going, gone!

The historic Kinaxixi Market of Luanda, the Angolan answer to Corbusian modernism in architecture, has been knocked down to make way for a modern shopping centre. Is this a sign...

Angola: Media shut up – again?

Angola: The president's birthday party or an election stunt?

Angola: Election campaing is still lukewarm

Angola: Electoral campaign fails to excite voters

After 16 years without the right to vote, Angolans have been savouring the taste of the election campaign for almost a month now. Contrary to expectations, there is a lukewarm...

Angola: Endangered species caught and sold

Angola, Brazil: A culture shock divide

Angola and Brazil's special relationship means that business between the two former Portuguese colonies is booming - as well as migration both ways across the Atlantic. But, how are these...

Angola: Elections, building sites and road works

Angola: Getting ready for the elections

Angola: Countdown to the long awaited elections

Angola's first parliamentary elections in 16 years will finally take place at the beginning of September. Clara Onofre reports on the local atmosphere during the countdown to the polls, direct...

Angola: A month to go to the polls

Angola: Angola towards the elections in DVD

Angola: Priority for Angolan workers in the labor market

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