Brazzaville - Angola will incorporate into its national management instruments the conclusions drawn from the 5th edition of the "Investing in Africa" Forum (FIA5), held from 10 to 12 this month, in Brazzaville, he said Wednesday, the Angolan Minister of Economy and Planning, Manuel Neto da Costa.More about this news
Brazzaville - The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, last Tuesday in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, defended the need for the continent to find solutions to overcome the hesitation of international investors in entering African markets.
Brazzaville - The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, announced on Tuesday, in Brazzaville, that Angola has created the necessary conditions for foreign investors to do their business in the country, transparently and safely.
The108th International Labour Conference (ILC) held in Geneva, Switzerland, has called on the Member States to work on individual and collective basis.
Luanda - Participants at the Ministerial Conference on Justice and Good Governance in the Great Lakes Region acknowledged that despite the progress made in the justice field, greater efforts are still needed to maintain human rigor, promote justice and eradicate impunity for serious violations of human rights in this area.
Luanda -Angolan Executive’s actions focused on fight against corruption, under the President João Lourenço’s stewardship, were highlighted Wednesday in Paris, France, by minister of Justice and Human Rights Francisco Queiroz, Angop learnt from an official source.
Rome - Angolan Foreign Affairs minister Manuel Augusto has been since Tuesday in Rome, Italy, to attend the Italy-Africa conference on "peace and security, economic growth and human development".
Johannesburg - the holding of a Business Forum, with the participation of at least 200 delegates from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, marked Wednesday the first day of the 10th Summit of BRICS.
Luanda - The economic and financial situation of municipalities, minimum amount of qualified human resources, among other factors, were mentioned last Wednesday, Luanda, by the former Mozambican President, Joaquim Chissano, as essential conditions that justify the need for gradual implementation of local governments.