Luanda - The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, addressed this Friday, in Luanda, with US Ambassador to Angola, Nina Fite, issues related to the cooperation between the two countries and received a message from Mali's counterpart, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita.More about this news
Luanda - African Union representative in Angola Inocêncio Palma urged the Angolan government to keep working on the Commission for Reconciliation in Memory of Victims of Political Conflict that hit the country from 11 November 1975 to 04 April 2002.
Luanda - Prisoners will be entitled to vote in the local elections regardless the Municipality where their jail facilities are located.
Luanda - Details regarding the Angolan liberation struggle history were the subject matter last Thursday, in the meeting the Angolan ruling party President, João Lourenço, had with the representatives of the Cuban Military Studies Centre, South Africa’s ruling ANC Information chief and the Russian Academy for African Studies.
Luanda - The Minister of State and Chief of the Security Affairs of the President of Republic Pedro Sebastiãon Thursday in Luanda defended the creation of strong and sustainable institutions in Africa to stamp out arbitrary acts and abuse of power.
Luanda - An analysis of the 2020 State General Budget (OGE) Draft, released last Thursday, recommends the transfer of funds allocated for implicit budget items to concrete actions in the social sector.
Luanda - The Minister of State and Chief of the Security Affairs of the President of Republic Pedro Sebastiãon Thursday encouraged the African Union (AU), in particular its Peace and Security Council, to keep close coordination with the economic communities and regional mechanisms for the prevention, management and peaceful resolution to conflicts on the continent.
Luanda - At least 41% of Angolans live below the monetary poverty line, representing an increase of around 4%, compared to the year 2008, which was of 37%.
Luanda - The Mass Media minister, Nuno Albino "Carnaval", encouraged last Thursday the board of the Angola Press Agency (ANGOP) to work to regain its role as the country's leading source of news distribution.