An interview with political scientist Domingos Manuel de Rosário, of Universidade Eduardo Mondlane in Maputo, about the October 2014 elections.
How do you tell a story about African liberation through the lens of an outsider? Concerning Violence:
High school students, a women's choir, traditional instrumentalists, bands using hand-made instruments, and a tour guide whose nom de guerre is Harry Potter.
In Maputo, the “Garden for Sculptors” behind the Museu Nacional de Arte on Avenida Ho Chi
António Oliveira Salazar founded Portugal’s New State dictatorship in 1933. Some Portuguese still remember him fondly.
Before Eusebio, it was unthinkable for a European national team to be dominated by or build around players of African origin.
One mitigating factor: The Mozambican opposition movement is weak—in terms of political impact, financial resources, popular support, and military resources.
A digital, more lo-fi interpretation of local Marrabenta mixed with dancehall and hip-hop, combined with a mid-tempo, laid-back vibe.
The work of photographer Felipe Branquinho, which portrays workers and working class people in their urban surroundings in Mozambique.
For young musicians in Mozambique, "a career in music is a pipe dream." The project, Wired for Sound, wants to change that.
One of the most striking features of Botswana's capital city, is its malls.
Licínio Azevedo's "Virgin Margarida" is a critical look into Mozambique's past--its re-education camps.
We've seen CNN's "Mozambique or Bust" documentary film before. It's a staple of its genre.
Dama do Bling is sometimes called a Lusophone Queen Latifah and Mozambican Lil Kim. The comparison doesn't always work.
On display this month at the Centro Cultural Franco-Moçambicano in Maputo are Mozambican photographer Mário Macilau’s
The web series, 'African Time,' focuses on the individual experiences of Africans living in the United States.
Gregor Zielke’s photos capture a coal mining company’s broken promises to a Mozambican community, but also the communities’ resilience.
What is being cultivated at the new frontier of global capitalism—and for whom?
Foodyism and obscure ‘ethnic’ food are trendy these days. So, it is odd that South Africa hasn’t received more attention.
Here in Maputo there’s only one thing on tonight: Portugal’s clash with Spain in the semi-finals