Luanda - The MPLA is preparing to elect new second secretaries of the provincial committees in Bengo, Benguela, Cabinda, Cuanza Norte, Cuanza Sul, Huambo, Lunda Norte, Lunda Sul, Malanje, Moxico, Namibe and Zaire.More about this news
Davos - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Director-General Chistine Lagarde today welcomed the recent policies announced by the Angolan Government aimed at "restoring the country's macroeconomic stability".
Uíge - At least 150 Christians of the Salvation Army church, among youths and adults of both sexes, will represent, next Wednesday, the province of Uíge, to the reception of the World Leader of said religious confession, who visits the country from January 24 to 30.
Luanda - To train the technicians in the area of information management, before, during and after disasters, as well as to prepare reports in emergency situations are the vehicles that compete for risk reduction, highlighted Tuesday, in Luanda, the Secretary of State of the Interior for the technical assurance, Hermenegildo Félix.
Luanda - The services of WACS (West Africa Cable System), a fiber optic submarine cable system installed along the west coast of Africa linking 11 African and three European countries, will be partially paralyzed today for maintenance work.
Luanda - The Director-General of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), French Christine Lagarde, said today she had a very constructive meeting with the President of the Republic of Angola, João Lourenço, on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Switzerland running until Friday.
Maseru - The President of the SADC Mission for the Kingdom of Lesotho (SAPMIL), the Angolan Matias Bertino Matondo, was received in audience by King Letsie III, with whom he discussed issues related to the mission, Angop learned on Tuesday.
Luanda - The Oil Company Total E&P Angola kicked off on Monday an internal restructuring process to improve its current structure, which implies a reduction of staff, including 150 Angolan temporary workers that represent 8% of its manpower out of a total of 1,700 national and foreign employees.
Lisbon - The lawsuit file of the former Angolan Vice President, Manuel Vicente, running in a Portuguese Court, dubbed “Fizz Operation”, last Monday was separated from the rest of the process that involves other accused (Portuguese) individuals.