Luanda - The 9th edition of the Biennial of Young Creators of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP), scheduled for July, will now take place from 24 to 28 June in the Angolan capital, Luanda, with the participation of 200 young people, in the average of 20 per country.More about this news
Luanda - Members with 7th Commission of National Assembly Tuesday pledged to assess and follow closely the concerns of Patronage Law and infrastructure at the Angolan Association of Writers ( UEA) for better functionality of the sector.
Luanda - Angola is attending in Nairobi, Kenya, from 10th to 14th of this month, three high-level regional meetings on copyright and related rights, organized by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), in cooperation with the Government of the Republic of Kenya.
Mbanza Kongo - The facelift works in the capital of the northern Zaire province’s historic sites are in the final phase, ahead of the first edition of the International Festival of Culture and Arts (Festikongo) on 5-8 July, 2019.
Luanda - Angola?s minister of Culture has considered the sector a crucial instrument in promoting peace, unity, cohesion, friendship and a challenge for future generations.
Luanda - Luanda Biennial was discussed Tuesday at Ministerial level at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France, during the meeting between the Angolan minister of Culture Carolina Cerqueira, and the Deputy Secretary General of the organisation, Édouard Motoko.
Luanda - Angola’s Culture minister, Carolina Cerqueira, requested on Monday in France financial support to rebuild the ruins of the Mbanza Kongo City’s old cathedral, dubbed Nkulumbimbi, so as to enable studies and archaeological excavations to continue.
Luanda - A delegation of the Ministry of Culture, led by the minister Carolina Cerqueira, will participate in the Unesco-Africa / China Forum to be held in in Paris (France), from 3 to 4 June.
Caxito - More than 2,000 illegal churches and dozens of unlawful places of worship have been shut down by the Angolan authorities, informed on Monday in the northern Bengo Province the Culture minister, Carolina Cerqueira.