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Casimiro Pedro – Combate à Corrupção

1. “The president of the Republic said that the fight against the corruption is a
dead-end street.”
2. “So the corruptors should back down and stop committing economic crimes.”

Casimiro Pedro – Centro de Acolhimentos para Crianças

1. ” There are many shelters in poor conditions for kids.”
2. “It would be good if there was more solidarity with the ones that need more help”

Casimiro Pedro – Semana do Dinheiro

1. “The Money’s Week is taking place in the country.”
2. “I hope there is not only a week but many years of money.”

Casimiro Pedro – Reservas e Padrões da SADC

1. “How are our Reservations?”
2. “They are within the SADC’s frames”

Casimiro Pedro – Reabilitação de Rodovias

1. “Many roads are being maintained again.
2. Hopefully they will last longer”.

Casimiro Pedro – Burladores Angolanos

1. “We have many Angolan cheaters already.”
2. “And still, there is who wants to import them from Thailand”

Dean Nicolau – Uniform

Nicolau - Angola...The Great Trek

Tony Grogan – Credibility Gap

Tony Grogan- Credibility Gap cartoon

Sergio Picarra – Cartoon Nine

Sergio Picarra - Mankiko 2

Translation

Man: Oooh! So embarrassing!

Man: What a shame! How embarrassing! I won’t even be able to look Fatita in the face anymore! She’s going to kill me.

Man: Let’s go over it again! I have to get m– my! In the end, am I Man’kiko or am I somebody else? Or, should I be…! Hm…!

Man: Hee hee!

Last panel’s upper caption: A long time afterwards. . .

Plaque on wall: Employment Office

Man behind counter: Comrade, speak louder! I can’t hear what you’re saying! What is it you know how to do?

Man: Me? Um. . . I know how to do everything. . . any small job will work for me. . . as long as I can work as little as possible. . hm. . .hee. . .

Sergio Picarra – Cartoon Eight

Sergio Picarra - Mankiko 3

Translation

Horizontal Panel I

Random Member of Crowd: What’s up with that? Those taxi drivers aren’t coming today?
Another Random Member of Crowd: I’m going to to hear it from my boss.
Another Random Member of Crowd: Could they be on strike?
Another Random Member of Crowd: They’re rich! They don’t need money anymore!
Another Random Member of Crowd: Those rascals don’t know that people gotta go to work?
Random Member of Crowd: And I’ve got a test today!
Another Random Member of Crowd: I’ve got an appointment at city hall!

Man: Hey! Guys! Here comes one!
Random Member of Crowd: Where? Where?
Another Random Member of Crowd: That one’s mine!
Another Random Member of Crowd: Hey, get outta the way!
Another Random Member of Crowd: I saw it first!
Another Random Member of Crowd: That ride’s for me!
Another Random Member of Crowd: the driver’s a cousin of mine!

Man’Kiko/The Driver: Hee hee. A whole lot of raw material. Production is going to take off!

[Commuters call out more than 15 desired destinations.”

Random Member of Crowd: Comrade, São Paulo!
Random Member of Crowd: Viana!
Random Member of Crowd: Prenda!
Random Member of Crowd: Samba!
Random Member of Crowd: Prenda Airport!
Random Member of Crowd: Samba!
Random Member of Crowd: Shut your your yap!
Random Member of Crowd: You shut up!
Random Member of Crowd: Asa Branca!

Random Member of Crowd: Asa Preta!
Random Member of Crowd: Cuca!
Random Member of Crowd: Nocal!
Random Member of Crowd: Eca!
Random Member of Crowd: Tuga Ngo!
Random Member of Crowd: Etc.

Man’Kiko: No problem, my friends. You don’t need to fight. Each person will cost 2.000 and the fat ones, 3.000.

Officer: Let me through. Does that driver have a license?
Random Member of Crowd: Uh oh! The police!

Man’Kiko: The police?!! Let me outta here! This damn van won’t start! I’m screwed!

Random Member of Crowd: Oh, now you want to run away?
Another Random Member of Crowd: He doesn’t have a license!
Another Random Member of Crowd: And he wanted to charge 2.000 for each one of us!
Another Random Member of Crowd: Let’s beat him up!
Another Random Member of Crowd: Stop! You can’t do that!

Man’Kiko: If you laugh, you’re gonna get it!