Menongue - At least 12,755 former combatants and their dependents are controlled at the Cuando Cubango level and are in need of support, aimed at their social reintegration, said Monday in Menongue, the governor of the province Pedro Mutindi.More about this news
Luanda - The citizens who were born during the national liberation struggle,?maquis? and in prisons, should receive special attention from the Executive because they did not have a quiet childhood, said Wednesday the Secretary of State for the Former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland, Clemente Conjuca.
Luanda - The Angolan state recognizes the regime of special protection accorded to former combatants and veterans of Homeland, and assumes the duty to create, provide and organize normative, institutional, human, material financial and other mechanisms to guarantee their implementation.
Luanda - The Association of Former Combatants (AAC) Tuesday called for a substantial increase in the blood pension, from 23,000 Kwanzas to at least 100,000.
Luanda - The need to create mechanisms for the registration and adequate control of former combatants and homeland veterans, a process that must be in line with all the precepts of the law, was defended last Monday by the minister of State and head of the President’s Civil Office, Pedro Sebastião.
Ondjiva - The deputy governor for the political, social and economic sector of Cunene, Albertina Teresa José, reiterated Wednesday the commitment of the government to continue working to improve the living quality of former combatants and veterans of the motherland.
Cazenga - The Angolan minister of Former Combatants and Motherland Veterans, Cândido Pereira Van-Dúnem, said on Sunday in Luanda that the former combatants deserve the recognition of the Angolan people for their achievements in the struggle for the national liberation.
Luanda - At least 30 technicians and students of the former combatants and veterans of motherland left Friday for South Korea to attend courses in electricity, mechanics and computers.
Luanda - The minister of Former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland, Cândido Pereira Van-Dúnem, said Friday that the Government elected actions that could have a direct impact on the lives of the people it assists, and their respective families, related to the formation of fishing cooperatives.