Thu, 01 Feb 2018 09:41 - Updated Thu, 01 Feb 2018 09:54
Head of State to inaugurate 2018/2019 school term
Luanda - The President of Angola, João Lourenço, is since Wednesday in the south-western Namibe Province to among other issues preside over on Thursday, in Moçâmedes City, the opening of the 2018/2019 school term.
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Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço
President João Lourenço
The president’s agenda includes visits to several socioeconomic undertakings in Tômbwa and Moçâmedes municipalities, meetings with local businesspeople, religious personalities and other individualities, as well as is to unveil the Praia Amélia social housing project.
Meanwhile, data provided by the Ministry of Education says that Angola needs roughly 70,000 teachers to respond to the demand imposed by almost 10 million enrolled students for this school term.
The number of teachers currently operating in the different subsystems is around 245,978, this according to the data provided by the Integrated Inquiry on People’s Well-Being (IBEP).
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Moçamedes - The governor of Namibe province, Carlos da Rocha Cruz, highlighted Wednesday in the region the importance of good practices in the execution of public projects in order to generate greater benefits and better results.
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Luanda - The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, said on Monday that in the first year of mandate his Executive managed to put a halt to and annul some of the bad practices that caused strong damages to state asset and public interest.
- 12/09/2018 08:11:20
Moçamedes - The Angolan Republic Attorney-General, Hélder Pitta Grós, last Tuesday in Moçâmedes City, south-western Namibe Province, defended the need for specific training of cadres, having into account the existence of a diversity of crimes.
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Luanda - President of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Joseph Kabila left Luanda on Friday afternoon after meeting with his Angolan counterpart João Lourenço with whom he analysed the process of organisation of elections in his country.