Lusophone


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Lu·so·phone

or lu·so·phone  (lo͞o′sə-fōn′)
n.
A Portuguese-speaking person, especially in a region where two or more languages are spoken.
adj.
Portuguese-speaking.

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ENPNewswire-August 19, 2019--AfDB-Sao Tome and Principe fifth country to sign Lusophone country-specific compact to accelerate inclusive private sector led growth
Pour approfondir les investissements du secteur prive dans les pays de langue portugaise, y compris le Mozambique et l'Angola, la Banque a lance le pacte de financement du developpement lusophone, qui vise a mobiliser 5 milliards de dollars US d'investissements prives.
Lusophone Compact to benefit Angola's private sector
Journalists who wish to apply are required to be Anglophone, Francophone or Lusophone, and are residing and working in a media organisation in a West African country.
Cape Verde, Africa's lusophone island situated off the Senegalese coast, has been making a lively contribution to its former colonial master Portugal, with immigrants transforming one of the capital Lisbon's most impoverished areas.
With a focus on the relationship between Portugal and Lusophone Africa.
It is very much written from the perspective of a self-reflexive white Portuguese anthropologist who makes the case for suggesting that, 'as a Portuguese anthropologist, announcing neutrality in a Lusophone postcolonial setting is not acceptable; being Portuguese in Mozambique inevitably affects the politics of fieldwork and, in turn, the construction of knowledge' (p.
Scholars of history, art history, literature, and Jewish studies explore Jews and the Jewish community in Portugal and the Lusophone world from the 15th century to the 20th.
Teresa Ribeiro commended President Adesina for his vision and the Bank's support to Lusophone countries.
With the participation of over 120 delegates (including 11 cabinet ministers) and 27 Anglophone and Lusophone Sub-Saharan African countries, the event brings together senior decision-makers including Patrick Dlamini, CEO of DBSA; South Africa's Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba, Executive Secretary, South African Development Community (SADC), Stergomena Lawrence Tax; and Hartwig Schafer, Vice President of the World Bank.
The festival took off on October 8 featuring two new categories including Best Lusophone and Best Francophone.