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If you’re not familiar with Angola you might expect this to be the start of a rant against her racist ex-colonisers, but it is, instead, more about aesthetics, as she goes on to explain that the Portuguese are “ugly, impolite and arrogant”.

“They’re hideous and short, with fat stomachs, and their asses are turned inwards,” she says with a broad, naughty smile, hilariously imitating their allegedly inelegant walking style and funny accents. The jokey way in which she says all this is illustrative of the relaxed way the various races in Angola interact. Amazing,” said dark-skinned Angolan Kelse (30), logistics coordinator at an international oil company, in one of Luanda’s mixed bars. Kelse has many white, black and mixed-race friends and relatives, and has been together with his white Angolan girlfriend for two years.

“I’ve been to South Africa more than once and there I see this big separatism: white people in one place, black people in another.” He saw the same during his holiday in Kenya and Uganda.

“White people’s kids generally get a good education.

Unfortunately many black people don’t have that opportunity,” Kelse explained. Overall, mulatos have better jobs, better salaries, better everything.

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