On Monday, Mozambican journalist Hélio Filimone will be releasing the second edition of "A Grande Corrupção" ("High-Level Corruption"), in which he argues that corruption "is at the center of the concerns of Mozambican society."
Lusophone literature is "on a certain linguistic periphery" internationally, although Portuguese is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, says Ondjaki, one of the best-known Angolan writers in Portugal.
Brazilian author Itamar Vieira Junior, 39, dedicates the award to all Brazilians who fought against the military dictatorship and were arrested and tortured. He will vote for Haddad and fears that Brazil may become a totalitarian regime if Bolsonaro wins
The Chinese city of Fuzhou will build a new district to honor William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes and Tang Xianzu, one of the most popular Chinese playwrights of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The opening is scheduled for 2020.