Property scene reveals Angola's wealth gap
The 50 000-plus inhabitants of Chicala, a waterfront slum in Luanda, Angola, are being relocated to new homes outside the city. The move forms part of a housing policy that looks admirable on paper but in practice appears to be cementing the gulf between wealthy Angolans and the rest. Read more.
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