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koluki

Koluki hails from Angola and has been working extensively in Southern Africa. She holds an MSc in Economic History and is a writer, former journalist and regular contributor with articles for Angolan and international publications. She airs her views on “life, the universe and everything” @ Koluki (http://koluki.blogspot.com)

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Latest posts by koluki

22 July 2007

Angola: Blogging from inside the country (I)

With a total population estimated at just under 16 million, five years after the end of the thirty-year long civil war, the state telecommunications enterprise Angola Telecom’s fixed-line network still...

30 June 2007

Discovering the Mozambican blogosphere through the “Diary of a Sociologist”

While navigating around the Mozambican blogosphere, I came across the “Diary of a Sociologist” – a blog by Carlos Serra, a Maputo-based Mozambican sociologist associated to the University Eduardo Mondlane,...

6 June 2007

Angola: Kitanda – A Gateway to the African “Lusosphere”

If you ever want to get your way into the African “lusosphere”, one of the best places to start is the blog “Kitanda” (“Marketplace” in Kimbundu, one of Angola's national...

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