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December 13, 2017
Angola: How Portuguese Migrants in Angola Navigate Corruption
Migrants seeking economic and personal security generally move from poorer to richer countries. Often this also means that they move from countries where corruption is perceived to… Read more »
November 19, 2017
Southern Africa: Africa's Old Men Seem, Finally, to Be Fading Away
Soon after Zimbabwe's army confined President Robert Mugabe to his palatial Harare home this week - allegedly for his safety - it was announced in Luanda that Angola's new… Read more »
September 14, 2017
Angola: Ruling Party Regains Power but Faces Legitimacy Questions
The swearing in of the new Angolan parliament marks the first time in 38 years that Angola has a new president. João Lourenço, who Angolans refer to as "JLo",… Read more »
August 27, 2017
Angola: Election Unlikely to Herald Change
On 23 August Angolans went to the polls to elect a new parliament, and for the first time in the lives of a great majority of the population, a new president. José Eduardo… Read more »
January 23, 2017
Southern Africa: Has Ecowas Taught Southern Africa a Lesson?
Has the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) just taught the Southern African Development Community (SADC) a lesson? The West African states effectively took a… Read more »
March 14, 2016
Africa: New Practices Reinvent Traditions in Bow Music
It is largely a story of cultural demise and death. Yet the current tale of musical bow instruments is only partly a sad one thanks to a faraway martial art form, and the musical… Read more »
February 21, 2016
Africa: A New Narrative Unfolds About South Africa's Protracted War in Angola
The book A Far-Away War: Angola 1975 - 1989, about the war waged by apartheid South Africa against its neighbour, has attracted the attention of historians and those who fought in… Read more »
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