Charl Bosch
Online Motoring Reporter
8 minute read
7 Nov 2019
10:03 am

Angola rolls-out rugged carpet for Toyota Land Cruiser’s ten millionth celebration

Charl Bosch

At night, the Death’s Acre really lives up to its name

For the majority of South Africans, the mere mentioning of Angola more than likely brings up images of the Civil War that raged from 1975 until the eventual ceasefire in 2002 after sporadic years of knife-edged balanced peace. Our involvement in the War from beginning to withdrawal 28 years ago is of course well documented and while the former Portuguese colony with its near-on 26-million inhabitants is a world away from the war-zone it once was, the remnants of its bloody past still lurks around in the ruins of once occupied bunkers and ensuing threat of unearthed landmines. While these...