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3 days ago
Disrespect for traffic rules causes many road accidents in Angola. In Bengo province, a group of young men have use whistles on the streets to alert drivers to traffic violations. It's a complicated job.
22 Oct
In Perspective, FRANCE 24 looks at the past and present of one pocket of Southern Africa: the country of Angola. Paula Cristina Roque, who spent much of her Covid-19 lockdown penning a new book on Angola called "Governing In The Shadows", joins us from Lisbon to talk about her work.
26 Sep
Open-air beauty salons have been seen in Angolan streets and squares since the early 2000s. Young men become "unheiros", or manicurists, to pay for their studies and support their families.
24 Apr
A young Angolan inventor is tackling his community's electricity and waste problems with one simple machine: an "organic" generator powered by food scraps.
13 Mar
An Angolan inventor has created a robot that helps in the fight against Corona. It can check someone's temperature, offers disinfectants and identifies people that don't wear masks.
20 Jan
The billionaire daughter of Angola's ex-president was considered the richest woman in Africa. But the Luanda Leaks scandal brought Isabel dos Santos' house of cards crashing down a year ago.
11 Nov 2020
With Angola's economy battling, anti-government protests have been brutally subdued. But demonstrators are not backing down, and plan to take to the streets again on Wednesday — Angola's independence day.
10 Nov 2020
For this group of young Angolans, the skateboard opens the door to a world of learning, self-knowledge and fun. In Angola, skaters complain of a lack of public and private support, yet they manage to hold independent events on a sport that grows year by year.
7 Nov 2020
For this group of young Angolans, the skateboard opens the door to a world of learning, self-knowledge and fun. In Angola, skaters complain of a lack of public and private support, yet they manage to hold independent events on a sport that grows year by year.
7 Nov 2020
The "Taxi Universitario" was created by the taxi drivers' association of Angola. Drivers take students to campus and bring them back home for a fixed montly fee. If there is demand, the association plans to implement it in other cities.
14 Aug 2020
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25 May 2020
With South Africa, Nigeria, and Angola expected to plunge into deep recessions this year, does Sub-Saharan Africa still offer value for money for foreign investors in Covid-19 times?

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