10 December 2012

Angola: Ana Maria De Oliveira to Release 'Kauyka' in Kimbundu Language

Luanda — The Angolan writer Ana Maria de Oliveira will release on 14 December "Kauyka" collection in the vernacular language of Kimbundu in Luanda.

Speaking to Angop on Monday, the author said that the releasing of the book aims to cooperate with the government programmes on retrieving the values in the society.

She said that the book will also be released in the other national languages.

"Kauyka" collection comprises five books that are being translated in the vernacular languages of Umbundu, Tchokwe and Nganguela and it aims to mark the African and International Children Day that is annually celebrated on 1 June.

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