Angola

Art

Everyday Objects Become 'Doppelgänger' Sculptures

Brooms and building materials become representations of people in Pedro Pires’ work.
Andrew Salomone
12.11.16
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Lisbon Wunderkind Dotorado Pro Builds on Smash Hit "African Scream" with Enchufada EP

'Rei Das Marimbas' is forthcoming on Lisbon trio Dengue Dengue Dengue's label Enchufada.
Alexander Iadarola
7.8.16
climbing for sustainability

Alex Honnold Goes Solar in Angola

In a country whose primary industry is oil, renewable energy has yet to gain a foothold. When they weren’t climbing the uncharted domes and spires of Angola, Alex Honnold and his crew were trying to change that.
Will Grant
12.21.15
action

Alex Honnold Climbs Angola

This is Alex Honnold in Angola, for one of the most unique adventures of his storied climbing career this far.
VICE Sports
12.17.15
Culture

Speaking to Nastio Mosquito, Art's New Cool Guy

"It's a huge privilege to have people not enjoy what I do."
Nell Frizzell
11.19.15
The Crown and Spectre Issue

A Sneak Peek at Some Upcoming VICE Documentaries

From demolition sites in Angola to Cleveland crime scenes, here's where VICE is traveling this month.
VICE Staff
11.2.15
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Awesome Angolan Afro DJ Pupo's Come Through With 45 Minutes of Madness

Awesome MP3s from Africa.
Josh Baines
5.12.15
News

Crony Capitalism and Crushed Dissent in Angola

The nation has become the heart of the Second Scramble for Africa.
Oscar Rickett, Photos: Jon Schubert
12.10.13
Stuff

Simon Mann Was Asked to Help Start the Iraq War

He also tried to start a coup in Sierra Leone and made millions commanding a mercenary army.
Alex Chitty
1.22.13
The Stardust & Moonbeams Issue

32 Battalion

Luckily for some 32 Battalion soldiers, governments and private groups across the globe are often in need of well-trained mercenaries and hire them out as private murderers for vast sums of money.
Gavin Haynes
4.3.10