Rafael Marques de Morais goes on trial today in Angola for defamation, a result of his reporting on current conditions in Angola. There is quite a bit of information online; here are a couple of useful sites.
H-Luso-Africa is a network initiated by the Lusophone African Studies Organization (LASO). LASO is an independent professional society established in the United States that is open to all scholars with an interest in Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, and São-Tomé e Príncipe.
Papa Samba Ndiaye. Les organisations internationales africaines et le maintien de la paix : L’exemple de la CEDEAO, Libéria, Sierra Leone, Guinée-Bissau, Côte d'Ivoire. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2014. 338 pp. EUR 33.25 (paper), ISBN 978-2-336-29367-7.
Reviewed by Silvia Roque (Centre for Social Studies (CES), University of Coimbra)
Published on H-Luso-Africa (March, 2015)
Commissioned by Philip J. Havik
Some more recent publications on Lusophone Africa.
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Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, Magnificent and Beggar Land: Angola since the Civil War (London: Hurst, 2015). http://www.hurstpublishers.com/book/magnificent-and-beggar-land/ (the website includes information about ordering this book with free shipping, and has a number of reviews).
Journal of Southern African Studies 41, 2 (April 2015) includes the following five articles on Mozambique and Angola:
Alexander Keese, “Developmentalist Attitudes and Old Habits: Portuguese Labour Policies, South African Rivalry, and Flight in Southern Angola, 1945–1974,” 237-253
Nuno Domingos, “The Malicious Football Game: Urban Interactions and Power Relations in Lourenço Marques, Capital of Colonial Mozambique,” 315-334
David Morton, “A Voortrekker Memorial in Revolutionary Maputo,” 335-352