© Rune Eraker, Angola, 2010
A cabin cruiser worth millions is washed at Club Nautico along the beach promenade in Luanda.
More than 200 skyscrapers under construction characterise the skyline of the world’s most expensive city.
The car park is without compare: Jaguars, Porches and Land Rovers characterise the cityscape.
A three room apartment in one of the housing complexes costs from 10,000-30,000 dollars a month and a night in a
hotel costs between 300-600 dollars a night. The gap between rich and poor has become unimaginable in Angola,
where the elite, in cooperation with international petroleum companies, have enriched themselves on oil.