Stories about Mozambique from November, 2007
Mozambique: Tribute to Ian Smith
“Ian Smith died today at the age of 88 in Cape Town. The man who fought the English over the independence of Rhodesia (Zimbabwe). For he is a true African Hero (there are also blond Africans!), we celebrate the man who still young went to Europe to fight Hitler and...
Mozambique: Registration period is postponed
The voter registration period which began on September 24 will not finish tomorrow, November 22, as planned. According to Moçambique para Todos [pt], “The registration has been postponed until December 15 this year, after which there will be a break for Christmas, Family Day and New Year's Celebrations, and work...
Mozambique: Speaking the language of Tonga
Moçambique para todos [pt] announces the launch of the a Portuguese-Tongan/Tongan-Portuguese dictionary in Maputo this Thursday. Gitonga is the language spoken by Tonga people.
Mozambique: Remembering Carlos Cardoso
ForEver PEMBA [pt] reminds a loss for the democratic press in Mozambique: “The next November 22 marks the anniversary of Mozambican journalist CARLOS CARDOSO‘s violent death”. Cardoso was murdered in 2000, after having denounced many corruption cases and crimes.
Mozambique: Congratulations to Tas – BOBs2007
A runner up for the the same category, Diário de um Sociólogo congratulates [pt] Marcelo Tas for winning the Best Weblog Portuguese prize and invites other blogs from Mozambique to make themselves known: “Finally, I would like to make again this invitation: sign up for BOBs2008, I make an special...
Mozambique: Talking about the lynch law
Carlos Serra from Diário de um Sociólogo spreads about [pt] a seminar on the lynch law, that happens today in Mozambique. The talk is promoted by the UDS blog [pt].
Mozambique: The young rapper and the power of words
Moçambique para todos [pt] publishes video and lyrics from thought provoking rapper Azagaia, from Mozambique, who “is back to the scene and releases tomorrow his latest piece of work. Check out the lyrics of a song that is already very popular, especially in the intellectual debate circles”.