Luanda - Angola and the Russian Federation signed a protocol on Monday in Luanda to complement the Angosat-1 manufacturing contract, which is based on the construction of a new geostationary satellite for the country by 2020.More about this news
Luanda - Angolan Minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, said Monday in Luanda that all services provided by Angola's first geostationary satellite will be done normally, despite the technical constraints experienced in Angosat -1.
Luanda - The first geostationary satellite of Angola, Angosat-1, is officially declared inoperative, confirmed Monday in Luanda, the Angolan Minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha.
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, has announced officially the construction of a new Angolan satellite, whose completion is set for within one year and half.
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, said last Tuesday in Luanda that the situation of the Angolan Satellite, also dubbed "Angosat-1", will be clarified next Monday, at a press conference, in Luanda.
Cabinda - The Telecommunications and Information Technology minister, José Carvalho da Rocha, last Saturday in the northern Cabinda Province, said a process for the modernization, training of staff and renewal of human resources is being conducted at the National Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics (INAMET).
Luanda - Experts involved in the Angosat-1 project were able to start the engines of the first Angolan satellite, which has been adrift in orbit since December 2017, reigniting the hope for its recovery, said this week a source from the Russian space industry.
Ndalatando - The Minister of Science and Technology, José Carvalho da Rocha announced Tuesday the adoption of measures to increase coverage of telephone services along the national highway 230, to speed the rescue of victims of road traffic accidents.
Luanda - The installation of the fiber-optic submarine cable between Africa and South America will be concluded on Thursday, in order to establish direct communications between the two continents in the third quarter of this year, Angola Cables announces.