The death of Paulo Lara warrants an appreciation of his and his family’s contribution to preserving the documented history of Angola’s liberation struggle.
Sixteen years after the end of the Angolan civil war, the Angolan state considers how to properly remember and memorialize the leader of UNITA.
Despite the political reforms by Angola’s government, the harassment of anti-corruption journalist Rafael Marques continues.
The irony and the absurdity that the case against journalist Rafael Marques — an opponent of state corruption in Angola — is being heard in a former slave house.
On Mozambican TV, South Africa is divided between the people of good will with their pots of rice, and the people of Goodwill with their knobkieries and pangas.