Angola: Literary Works of Tazuary Nkeita Translated in French

Luanda — The works "42.4 - The voice of Dibengos" and "My bracelet of gold", written by the Angolan writer Tazuary Nkeita, will soon be available in French language in Guinea, the writer has said.

The author added that he is currently working together with the Angolan embassy in Conakry, Republic of Guinea, and Harmattan Publishing for the books to be made available in French.

According to the author, the launch may occur in the Guinean capital, Conakry, as part of the celebrations of the 46th anniversary of the Independence of Angola, on November 11.

The work of novel chronicles "42.4 - The voice of Dibengos" is the author's first and was published in November 2001, while the novel "My bracelet of gold" was edited and published in 2005.

José da Costa Soares Caetano, full name Tazuary Nkeita, is a health information and promotion official at the World Health Organization (WHO) Office in Angola since 1995.

Journalist and writer, born in Luanda, Angola, on January 11, 1956, he says that he created the pseudonym in 1972, as a writer/collaborator of school bulletins, in Angola.

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