By Sita Sebastião
"Angola and Mozambique will make Portuguese the most spoken language of the African continent, after English," the forecast is from the president of the Portuguese Language Observatory (OLP), Lauro Moreira, speaking in Lisbon on the sidelines of the launch of the book "On the 25 years of the CPLP - Studies in honor of José Aparecido de Oliveira and Ricardo Arnaldo Malheiros Fiuza."
"Angola and Mozambique have giant populations, but the main factor in the expansion of the Portuguese language in Southern Africa is the businessmen from various countries coming in and many taking up residence."
"There . . .
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