Luanda - Over 100 titles of authors from Portuguese-speaking African countries (PALOP), as well as Portuguese and East Timorese, have been made available to the public since Monday, in Luanda, in an initiative of the National Library.More about this news
Luanda - The initiative of promoting the Portuguese language in the Al Alsun Faculty of the Egyptian Ain Sharms University has been lauded by the Angolan ambassador to Egypt, António da Costa Fernandes.
Luanda - The Ministry of Culture classified on Wednesday nine monuments and sites as national heritage, with emphasis to the National Press building in Luanda and former PIDE-DGS jail in Uige province.
Luanda - The need to carry out a more rigorous and effective educational planning, aimed at improving the quality of education in the country was defended Monday, in Luanda by the Secretary of State for Professional Technical Education, Jesus Baptista.
Luanda - Issues Concerning cultural cooperation, focused particularly on staff training and exchange in libraries and archives domains, were in the center in the Thursday's meeting in Luanda between Angola's minister of Culture, Carolina Cerqueira, and her South African counterpart, Nkosinathi Mthethwa.
Menongue - The Minister of Arts and Culture of South Africa, Nkosinathi Mthethwa, intends to mark 23 March as SADC Day, in honor of the victory of the Cuito Cuanavale battle in 1988.
Menongue - The Ministry of Culture is working towards the recognition by UNESCO of Cuito Cuanavale locality of Angola as a World Heritage Site, said the secretary of State for Culture, Maria da Piedade Jesus.
Luanda - The South African minister of Arts and Culture, Nkosinathi Emmanuel Mthethwa, accompanied by the Angolan secretary of State for Culture, Maria de Jesus da Piedade, left Wednesday morning for the south-eastern Angolan province of Cuando Cubango, in the ambit of the reinforcement of the bilateral co-operation and the preservation of SADC’s historical heritage.
Luanda - The Minister of Arts and Culture of South Africa Nkosinathi Emmanuel Mthethwa is starting Tuesday a visit to Angola meant to strengthen ties between the countries.