Stories about Mozambique from December, 2007
Lusosphere: Wishes and hopes for 2008
The new year is inevitably soon arriving and the Lusosphere is booming with posts about traditions, resolutions, wishes, and reflections. Here is a short roundup of Portuguese speaking blogs from Brazil, Cape Verde, East Timor, Mozambique and Portugal - although countries far apart, they share the language and hopes for a better future.
Mozambique: Fighting AIDS with information
gotaelbr [pt] publishes some information, a video and educational links about AIDS, the most challenging disease to plague African countries. “Are we ready for this fight?”
Mozambique: Voice of Free Africa 1976
Moçambique para Todos [pt] publishes a link to an article in English about African clandestine radio stations, among them Voice of Free Africa, from 1976. You can listen to the stations in MP3.
Mozambique: Enchanted by Inhambane and its people
Jorge Rosmaninho [pt] publishes many pictures and an account of his visit to Inhambane, according to him the most beautiful and well kept of the Mozambican cities. “Simple folks, who in between the doomed times which sometimes the lives of Africans are, mow the lawn, plant roses, fill holes and...
Africa: The African Diaspora Film Festival
The African Diaspora Film Festival is taking place in New York: “The program for the 15th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival, which will take place in New York on November 23-December 9, 2007, has a special “Portugal and Africa Program,” which includes old and new films about Lusophone African topics.”