Lubango - The Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Marcos Nhunga, defended on Friday in southern Huíla province the domestic production of vaccines for animals, in order to meet the immunization needs of animals that the country faces.More about this news
Luanda - Commercial Banks have been recommended to sell at least the equivalent of 500 Euros to allow more citizens, among students and patients abroad, to have access to foreign currency.
Luanda - Changing the energy and water tariff, a subject that is still being discussed by the Angolan Government, will give priority to the protection of the most disadvantaged consumers in terms of social and financial conditions, through the implementation of a special tariff.
Luanda - The first 100 days of João Lourenço as President of the Republic and head of the Angolan Executive are being marked by deep economic reforms, which have had a positive impact on the expectations of the Angola/China Trade Chamber (CAC) and raised the level of trust in the country of national and foreign investors.
Luanda - The Angolan President, João Lourenço, received in a joint meeting on Friday in Luanda the representatives of oil companies operating in Angola, at their request, in order to address issues related to the sector's challenges and development .
Luanda - The new minister of Economy and Planning, Pedro Luís da Fonseca, recently appointed by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, was Secretary of State for Planning and Territorial Development before taking office.
Luanda - Manuel Tavares de Almeida, born in the city of N'Dalatando, Cuanza Norte province, on April 11, 1957, and with a degree in civil engineering, is the new Minister of Construction and Public Works.
Luanda - The experience in managing the economic crisis, which started in the end of the year 2014, will enable the Angolan government, headed by newly sworn in President João Lourenço, to adopt a more contributory budget, with a view to making the country's economy become more efficient.
Caculo Cabaça - The construction of Caculo Cabaça Dam in northern Cuanza Norte province will allow the creation of 8,200 new jobs, of which 6, 900 for nationals during the three phases of project execution.