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This book builds a bridge between Brazil and Portuguese-speaking African countries

Anita M. R. Moraes and Vima Lia R. Martin, university professors, and researchers, have a common interest in African literature and...

Angonap Fortaleza is now operating, the first Angola Cables data center in Brazil

Angonap Fortaleza is operating full-scale, the second Angola Cables data center and its first company in Brazil. Inaugurated on April 16th, and...

Ceara’s Book Biennial will receive three African authors

Three African writers will be participating in the Ceara’s International Book Biennial, to be held in Fortaleza from August 16 to 25, 2019. Mozambican...

Preferential trade agreement raises South African imports to Brazil

South African exports to Brazil increased from US $ 483 million in 2017 to US $ 663 million in 2018. The information was revealed...

Brazil Africa Forum 2019: Food Security on focus

The problematic of hunger has become increasingly recurrent, in spite of having declined in the past few years, according to information from the United...

Fortaleza receives first data center of Angola Cables in Brazil

After installing two fiber optic cables in Fortaleza (the Monet, which goes to the United States; and the SACS, which connects with Luanda and...
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One year without Marielle

One year after the death of Marielle Franco, who was a Carioca (from Rio de Janeiro) parliamentary member, there are still no definite conclusions...

Kenya and Brazil against the plastics

The African continent has long been prominent in the fight against plastics. Countries as Ruanda, Morocco, Mauritania, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique have already passed...

Brazil and Nigeria unite for agriculture

Looking at Africa means looking at the future. The continent is home to nations wishing to modernize. And was considering this when the government...

The South Atlantic: new route for undersea cables

Contrary to what many people think, wireless does not make the majority of technology instantaneous international communication possible. In reality, 99% of transoceanic communications...

Study reveals the potential for bioenergy in Africa

Sugarcane bioenergy can change the social and economic reality of millions of people in poor regions in Africa and Latin America. This is pointed...

The search for new paradigms in agriculture

Located in Itirapina, 200 kilometers from Sao Paulo, the Toca farm, a private property of 2.300 acres, utilizes since 2014 an agricultural technique considered...

The Brazilian school of diplomacy

More than two hundred diplomats from around 50 countries have been trained in Brazil through the programme for foreigners, implemented by Itamaraty, through the...

Mandela, from prison to presidency

The flame of Nelson Mandela as leader of the resistance against Apartheid and key player in the transformation of South Africa is still on,...

Seminar Brazil and North of Africa: opportunities for agribusiness and food security

In carrying out its role, the Brazilian-African Institute has prepared once again a meeting for the African representatives and Brazilian businessmen to discuss strategies...

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Morocco will expand its airline routes in summer

Aiming to attract more visitors during the summer, high tourist season in the northern hemisphere, Morocco will open 40 new air routes in this...

Rio de Janeiro will exhibit Yoruba Art soon

The Oduduwa Heritage House receives from the month of August an exhibition of millenary pieces of the Yoruba culture. The art show will be...

Congo Queen celebrates African ancestry in Brazil

Queen Diambi Kabatusuila Mukalenga Mukaji Wa Nkashama, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, has been visiting Brazil in the states of Bahia, Minas Gerais,...

Marriott announces new luxury hotels in Africa

Marriott International, one of the main international luxury hotel company, announced three new deal signings across North and West Africa, strengthening the company’s growth...
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For man than so-called homo sapiens

Life is full of symbols! This is the case of a library and a bookstore that put this book on display as the main...

Exploring the potential of partnerships for development

Developing economies face many challenges, but they offer immense opportunities no matter the level of development in the country. In general, the challenges are...

Africa: the new frontier for Internacional Business

In the last 15 years, several countries on the African continent have experienced unprecedented growth. In 2015, Africa reached an average growth rate of 3.5%...

Up-to-date Arraes

2016 celebrated the one hundredth birthday of Miguel Arraes on December 15th, the 10-year anniversary of the Miguel Arraes Institute, and the 40 year of...

Africa and the current challenge of migration

Migratory movements are one of the biggest challenges of the XXI century and are one of the key issues in international relations, both for...

Stemming the tide, the need for ethical leadership

A recent conversation with João Bosco Monte, president of Instituto Brazil Africa, highlighted the importance of a return to ethics and values. Brazilians and Africans need to...

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Ceara’s Book Biennial will receive three African authors

Three African writers will be participating in the Ceara’s International Book Biennial, to be held in Fortaleza from August 16 to 25, 2019. Mozambican...

Fortaleza receives first data center of Angola Cables in Brazil

After installing two fiber optic cables in Fortaleza (the Monet, which goes to the United States; and the SACS, which connects with Luanda and...

Iconic Mandela

It strangely appropriate that I write these reflections late on February 10 th . Twenty-eight years ago this very night I stayed up drafting my...

Research and innovation impact Brazilian agriculture

In the last forty years, there have been abundant leadership manifestations recognizing the virtuous course of Brazilian agriculture and livestock research around the world. Thanks...