Angola and South Africa Vow to Strengthen Cooperation
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, JoĆ£o LourenĆ§o, and his South African counterpart, Cyril Ramaphosa, manifested on Sunday the wish to bolster the bilateral cooperation and friendship ties between the two peoples.
Executive Wants Autonomous Local Power
[ANGOP] Benguela -The President of the Republic, JoĆ£o LourenĆ§o, said Monday in Benguela that the Executive is paying great attention to the issue of the autonomy of local authorities and administrative deconcentration and decentralization.
Strategies to Tackle Illegal Immigration Defended
[ANGOP] UĆge -The governor of the northern UĆge province, Pinda SimĆ£o, defended on Friday the need for the Provincial Delegation of Interior to adopt continued strategies to combat illegal immigration and other negative phenomena, by the provincial Delegation of the Interior.
President Arrives in Benguela
[ANGOP] Benguela -The president of th Republic, JoĆ£o LourenĆ§o, arrived early Monday in the central Benguela province for a few working hours visit.
Specialists' Shortage Cripples Services in Menongue Hospital
[ANGOP] Menongue -The services provided in the areas of neurology, stomatology, cardiology, physiotherapy, gastrointestinal and hemagiology have been out of service for four months in Cuando Cubango General Hospital due to shortage of physicians, specialists and other echnicians.
Angola and South Africa Outline Strategies for a Regional Parliament
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Speaker of the Angolan National Assembly (AN), Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos and his South African counterpart outlined on Saturday, in Johannesburg, strategies to transform the SADC Parliamentary Forum into a Regional Parliament, during the next meeting of the organ.
Soccer - Petro De Luanda in Malawi Without Skipper Job in Second Leg
[ANGOP] Luanda -with a (5-0) advantage recorded in the first match, Petro de Luanda traveled Sunday to Malawi without the team's skipper to face Masters Security FC for the second leg of the Confederation of Africa Football CUP (CAF).
Angolans Told to Assume Responsibility for Peace and Security
[ANGOP] Luanda -President JoĆ£o LourenĆ§o last Friday in Luanda emphasised that Angolans have the responsibility to guarantee national peace and security, in the framework of the reinforcement of the country's democracy and socioeconomic development.
Angola Exempts Tourism Visas to One Asian and Four African Countries
[ANGOP] Luanda -Angola has exempted tourism visas to stay up to 30 days per entry and 90 days a year to four African countries and one Asia nation, based on the principle of diplomatic reciprocity, according to a note from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, based on the recent Presidential Decree by the Angolan Head of State.
President Looks Forward to New South African Leadership
[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan head of State JoĆ£o LourenĆ§o Friday expressed the country's expectation with regard to the role the new South African leadership will certainly play, under the two Governments' efforts to strengthen and deepen bilateral relations.
Authorities Seize 21kg of Ivory
[ANGOP] Luanda -At least 21 kilos of ivory estimated at USD 74,000 were seized in Luanda by the Criminal Investigation Service (SIC) in August and October 2017.
Carnival - Organisers Cancel Saturday Parade
[ANGOP] Luanda -The groups UniĆ£o 10 de Dezembro, UniĆ£o 54, and Juventude do Kapalanga will no longer perform on Saturday morning, February 17, as it had been announced by the organisers of the Luanda Carnival following the interruption of the main parade last Tuesday due to the heavy rain that befell the city on that day, thus cancelling the performances of the mentioned groups.
President Swears in Bengo Governor and a Number of Consultants
[ANGOP] Luanda -The President of the Republic, JoĆ£o LourenĆ§o, swore in on Wednesday the new governor of the northern Bengo province, Mara Quiosa.
Education and Health Sectors Top Priorities of Bengo Governor
[ANGOP] Luanda -The recently appointed governor of the northern Bengo Province, Mara Quiosa, last Wednesday outlined as top priority for her term a closer attention to the education, health and basic sanitation issues.
Angolans in Town For Second Leg Showdown
[The Herald] FC Platinum opponents in the CAF Champions League, Clube Desportivo Primero de Agosto, were expected in the country last night with their advance team having arrived in the afternoon.
Foreign Exchange Market With Feeble Functioning
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan foreign exchange market has always been under restructuring and operating in a feeble manner, whether in good or tough periods of the country's economy.
Rain Disrupts Carnival Parade in Luanda
[ANGOP] Luanda -The heavy rain that fell in Luanda on Tuesday night interrupted the main carnival parade (Class A).
Government Pledges Improved Business Environment
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan government has outlined specific programmes that are being implemented in the sectors of energy, water, transport and infrastructures to influence the improvement of the country's industrial business environment, said Monday the minister of Industry, Bernarda Martins.
Public Sector's Dealings in Entrepreneurial Domain Reduces
[ANGOP] Luanda -The economic and productive activity is now being left for the full intervention of the private sector, while the State will be focusing on promoting economic growth, said last Monday in Luanda the minister of Economy and Planning, Pedro LuĆs da Fonseca.
Governor of Lunda Sul Wants Entrepreneurs At Carnival
[ANGOP] Saurimo -The provincial governor of Lunda Sul, Ernesto Kiteculo, on Tuesday in Saurimo called for greater participation of the business class in the Carnival.