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Step inside Mama Africa’s Casa Museu
Mama Africa, or Aminata Goubel, is also a longtime journalist, now reporting for the national radio. She also encourages youth to take in Angolan culture, joining them in music and dance, including on the beach outside Casa Museu.
Belgium: Three human skulls from the colonial era removed from auction
A Belgian auction house sparks widespread criticism after it placed three human skulls from the colonial era up for sale.
A diamond in the rough: Angola’s growing potential as a fruit exporter
Meet the "Strawberry King" in southwest Huila Province, who says Angola has the best conditions for growing strawberries in the world. And the "Pitaya King", who discovered pitaya, or dragon fruit, in Brazil and learned of its health benefits 12 years ago.
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Why Eugen Louis Rothen retired from Switzerland to Mauritius
When he retired in the spring of 2021, Eugen recalled the "beautiful vacation" he had had with his wife on the island in 2019.
Fashion from trash... Welcome to Nigeria's 'Trashion' Show
A Nigerian NGO is hoping to make a difference in people's lives by showing off its delightful designs and outfits fashioned from everyday rubbish.
African Unity Road linking Algiers to Lagos nears completion
Conceived over 50 years ago, the Trans-Saharan Highway runs almost 5,000 kilometres from Algeria to Nigeria. Now it's nearly finished.
OCP Group: Promoting Agricultural Growth in Africa
Can Africa become the world’s breadbasket? Morocco’s OCP Group, a global leader in plant nutrition and the largest producer of phosphate-based fertilisers, is sure it can.
Good News: the mosquitoes wiping out dengue, and India’s tech detox
Five good news stories, including a breakthrough in transportation for donated hearts, will brighten up your day
Global South women should be ‘leaders, not victims’ in climate crisis
“Indigenous, Afro-descendant, and local community women and girls should be leaders of climate action, not victims of climate policies,” says Archana Soreng, youth climate activist.
Beauty and sorrow: Family retraces steps of enslaved Angolan ancestors
In a voyage of remembrance and natural beauty, Euronews joins a family from Virginia on their historic journey to retrace the path of their ancestors who were taken as slaves in 1619.
COP27: 5 key takeaways as finance comes under fire on day 4
From funds for Egypt's coral reefs to criticism around unfulfilled net zero pledges, here’s the latest from the UN climate conference.
‘African COP’: Continent centre stage at UN climate conference
The world's richest nations have already failed to fulfil a $100 billion-a-year pledge in climate change funding.
Hundreds of migrants in limbo as Italy closes ports to NGOs
NGOs have condemned Italy's decision to block its ports to humanitarian vessels, as hundreds of migrants remain stranded at sea waiting for safe passage.
From attorney to Turner? Angolan artist Guilherme Mampuya
A world away from the day job as a legal advisor he quit two decades ago, artist Guilherme Mampuya, splashes a riot of colours on the canvas in his studio. Combining African and Angolan motifs with those from the giants who inspired him, like Picasso, Dali, and Dubuffet.
View: Europe’s energy crisis shouldn’t prompt a dash for gas in Africa
A group of African and European organisations are today calling on EU leaders to abandon their short-sighted scramble.
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Mauritius: From honeymoon to forever home
From honeymoon to forever home: How Mauritius made this couple's dreams come true
Angola's flagship airline undergoes massive expansion
Driven by a new CEO and his team, Angola’s flagship carrier TAAG has expanded its global reach through a new tie-up with Spain’s Iberia.
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‘The Star Ingredient’ podcast: Uncovering the hidden tastes of Africa
In a world where our global food systems are under threat, meet the African chefs and communities who are turning to their traditional foods to strengthen their food security. Embark on a culinary journey across Africa that will tickle your taste buds.
Maximising the Democratic Republic of Congo's economic potential
The DRC has one of the strongest growth rates in the sub-Saharan region. To attract investors, Kinshasa hosted an unprecedented conference designed to explore the country's economic potential.
Meet the Tanzanian film academy showcasing Africa's richness
As Africans, our voices are often left unheard. By initiating this hub for filmmakers and storytellers, we can tell our stories as a continent.