Good Morning Africa from the National Museum of Anthropology (Museu Nacional de Antropologia) in Luanda, Angola. Anyone looking for a place to find an array of traditional masks, artefacts and sculptures, this is the place to be.
Have you had a closer look at the giant bead necklace called the Vilanda? It marks important periods in the lives of women from Angolan tribes such as Mwila, Mucawana and Mumuhuia. If you haven’t you are in for a beautiful treat.
Angolan model Marie Borges on Tuesday made history at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show when she strode on the catwalk without the bouncy long hair and extensions with which the pop culture event has come to be associated
Having a bad hair day? How about a quick fix with some good old-fashioned cow dung?
Angola’s capital Luanda is the world’s most expensive city for expatriates, according to research bureau Mercer. Yet somewhere between 75% and 85% of its residents live in slums. How do Angolans get by with such skyrocketing prices?