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Angola's Dos Santos 'to name successor'

One of Africa’s longest serving presidents, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, is expected to announce his successor tomorrow, reports South Africa’s News 24 news site.

Mr Dos Santos has ruled Angola since 1979. 71 more words

Transnational parenting and the well-being of Angolan migrant parents in Europe

Author(s):  Valentina MAZZUCATO ; Bilisuma Bushie DITO ; Marzia GRASSI ; Jeanne VIVET



Studies on the transnational family highlight the emotional difficulties of migrant parents separated from their children through international migration.

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Africa Oil & Gas: Sao Tome to terminate oil block with Sinopec-Sonangol joint venture

Sao Tome and Principe has decided to terminate an oil concession granted to Sinoangol, a joint venture between China’s and Angola’s state-owned petroleum companies for “breach and violation” of their contract, the National Petroleum Agency (ANP) said on Wednesday. 224 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Castro's legacy in Africa (part 2): Ole Gjerstad on Cuba's support to anti-imperialist struggles

In this second part of Amandla’s look at the life of Fidel Castro and his role on the African continent, Amandla regular Doug Miller talks to Montreal anthropologist, writer, radio broadcaster and filmmaker… 43 more words


Angola: National assembly approved the budget bill 2017

The National Assembly approved the Budget Bill 2017 on 17 November, 2016. Angola’s parliament is scheduled on 14 December for a final vote on the draft State Budget Law for 2017 and it will be effective as from 1 January 2017.

Africa & Middle East

blurryface chronicles III

al’ department store. it’s just ten minutes from the neighbourhood.

it’ll take you 40 though. that’s if you’re in a hoodie, thick scarf and sunglasses. it takes some time to dodge dog poop and kids… 268 more words