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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 16:41 - Updated Wed, 18 Jul 2018 16:41

Cazenga Festival brings together seven countries

Cazenga - Theatre groups from Angola, Brazil, Cabo Verde, Mozambique, Portugal, Democratic Republic of the Congo and São Tomé and Príncipe are participating in 13th Edition of International Theatre Festival of Cazenga (Festeca), from 19-29 this month in Luanda, an initiative of Art Recreation Centre (Animart).

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This is an event of major expectation, said the Company "Sorriso Negro"'s director of São Tomé and Príncipe, João Trindade, adding that the move will enable communication and sharing of experiences.

He said that the work portrays the fight against immigration on the border between Angola and the DRC, with stress to the entry and exit of citizens and incest.

Cazenga, one of Luanda's nine municipalities, has six urban districts.

They are Tala-Hadi, Hoji ya Henda, Cazenga, 11 de Novembro Kima-kieza and Calawenda.

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