Luanda - The General Secretary of the ruling party's women wing (OMA), Luzia Inglês ''Inga'', received Monday in Luanda the Order of Ana Betancourt Medal, during an event arranged by Federation of Cuban Women.More about this news
Menongue - A batch of food products (cassava flour and milk) and hospital bed sheets were delivered Tuesday, by the Ruling Party's Women Organization (OMA) to the Sanatorium hospytal of Menongue and to the "Cruz Azul" Center, aiming at improving the situation of the internal patients.
Mbanza Kongo - The ruling MPLA party's women wing (OMA) in northern Zaire province has urged the militants to participate en mass in the local elections, set for 2020.
Cuito - The ruling MPLA party's women wing (OMA) in Cuito, central Bie province, has recommended its members to intensify the awareness among citizens, aiming at a massive participation in the elections of August 23.
Luanda - The Politburo of the ruling MPLA party last Thursday saluted all Angolan women on the celebration of the Angolan Women’s Day, marked on March 02, having wished on the occasion that peace, harmony and well-being be present in their daily lives.
Menongue - The contribution of the Angolan woman in the Liberation Struggle, which culminated on 11 November 1975 with the proclamation of National Independence, was highlighted today in Menongue by the vice governor of Cuando Cubango for technical and infra- Structures sphere, Gabriel Alberto Gastão.
Luanda - The vice president of the ruling MPLA, João Gonçalves Lourenço, last Thursday in Luanda said that his party is sensitive and open to the need to promote women and propel them to leadership and decision-making positions.
Luanda - The deputy president of MPLA, João Gonçalves Lourenço, urged Thursday in Luanda, the members of the ruling party’s women organization, in order to prepare to compete and convincingly win the general elections of 2017.
Luanda - Angola, represented by the secretary general of the ruling MPLA party’s Women Wing (OMA), Luzia Inglês Van-Dunen, was re-elected on Saturday in Bogotá, Colombia, first deputy president of the Women International Democratic Federation (WIDF) for Africa.