Luanda - The Ministry of Justice and Human Rights (Minjudh) expects to carry out 12 million birth registrations by the year 2022, as part of the campaign to register and issue the Identity Card (ID) underway in the whole country.
Luanda - The Economic Commission of the Cabinet Council reviewed last Wednesday the changes on the public contracts law, aiming at the increase of trust and adjust to the international good practices.
Luanda - The Economic Commission of the Council of Ministers on Wednesday examined the draft law amending the General Tax Code, a document aimed at ensuring greater efficiency by the Tax Administration.
Luanda - Angolan Head of State João Lourenço was commended for his initiative to hand over the remains of the founding UNITA leader, Jonas Savimbi.
Luanda - Angolan government announced Wednesday it will strengthen support for private investment through the development of a credit programme comprising interest rate subsidy measures.
Luanda - Angolan authorities Thursday in Luanda termed as "political blackmail for money extortion" all actions taken by the American firm Africa Growth Corporation, aimed at damaging the Government's effort to recover the good name and international reputation.
Luanda - Angolan government will continue to work on expanding radio and television signals to remote areas, said the chief of President’s Civil Affairs Office.
Luanda - The minister of Territory Administration and State Reform, Adão de Almeida, hopes that the implementation of the municipalities, planned for next year, will represent a profound restructuring in the way of being and acting of central and local administrations in the country.