Projects

Patronage

In terms of culture, BPC has been the sole sponsor of the António Jacinto Literary Prize since its institutionalization in 1999. This prize sets out to find new values and promote reading.

In the field of reading, several initiatives have been directed at publishing various works and hosting launch events in its headquarters, for:

  • Literary work (O que a África não disse) Autor Batchi 2008
  • Literary work (O Sol da Manhã dos Teus Olhos) Author Adriano Barbas
  • Literary work (Estamos Juntos e o MPLA e a Luta Anticolonial) Volume ½ Author Marcelo Bettencourt
  • Literary work (E o Rio Kwanza criou a Mulher) Author Paulo Campos
  • Literary work (O caso Angolano) Author Adão de Almeida
  • Literary work (O Forno Feminino) Author João Tala
  • Literary work (Em Busca de Kábásá) Author Virgílio Coelho
  • Literary work (Os Túmúndóndó) Author Virgílio Coelho
  • Literary work (O Mundo não Desaba Quando Termina uma Relação) Author Penelas Santana
  • Literary work (Algumas Razões que fazem o MPLA e o dos Santos ganharem Eleições) Author Penelas Santana
  • Literary work (As Origens do Reino do Kongo) Author Patrício Batsíkama
  • Literary work (Direito costumeiro e poder tradicional dos povos de Angola) Author António Francisco Adão Cortez
  • Literary work (Provérbios da Sabedoria Popular dos Ovimbundu e Cantares dos Ovimbundu) Author Padre Basílio Tchikale Also on the cultural front, every year BPC supports Luanda's biggest cultural display, that is, Carnival.