Do they speak Portuguese in Angola?
Yes, Portuguese is spoken in Angola. The Republic of Angola, as a former colony of Portugal, maintains Portuguese as the official language. Recognized national languages range from Chokwe to Kikongo, Kimbundu, Kwanyama, Nganguela and Umbundu. ...
Asked in Scattergories and Words Starting with Certain Letters, Countries, States, and Cities, Africa
What nation north of Angola starts with a Z?
No current country north of Angola starts with Z. Zambia and Zimbabwe are the only countries in the world that start with Z. Zambia borders Angola to the east. Zimbabwe is southeast of Angola. Zaire is a former country located north of Angola. Zaire is now the Democratic Republic of Congo. ...
Asked in Imperialism
Can the colonizer have equal rights in their indigenous land with the colonizer?
The indigenous people of an area are given national and international rights based on their ties to a specific area. A colonizer is a person or group of people establishing a colony on a land. The colonizer does not get the same rights that the indigenous people are granted through national and international rights. ...
Asked in Medical Terminology, Imperialism
What does the medical term colonizer mean?
A colonizer is a bacteria that lives on or in a person, but does not cause disease. For example, some people are colonized with staph aureus in the nares (nasal passages) but this colonization does not cause disease. In this context, staph aureus is a colonizer. ...
Asked in Suriname, Imperialism
What European country is Suriname's colonizer?
England and then the Netherlands are the European countries who became Suriname's colonizer. Specifically, the English established a settlement in Suriname as of 1630. Within twenty (20) years, they had taken over as their capital Paramaribo, a former Dutch trading post on the coast. But by the Treaty of Breda of July 31, 1667, the English were succeeded by the Dutch as Suriname's mother country and colonial ruler. ...