Lisbon - Angola’s Culture minister, Carolina Cerqueira, announced on Sunday in Lisbon, that the country will host the Biennial of Peace in 2019, which during five years will promote the nation as a world peace and friendship capital amongst the peoples of the five continents diaspora.
Luanda - The Catholic University of Angola (UCAN) has since Wednesday, a new library, initially with 400 books and audiovisual research system, inaugurated by the Republic of South Korea's ambassador to Angola, Kim Dong-Chan.
Luanda - The Ministry of Culture will run in 2019 the 4th International Roundtable on Mbanza Kongo and FestiKongo as part of the divulging and valorization of this world heritage, said on Wednesday in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, the Angolan secretary of State for Culture, Maria da Piedade de Jesus.
Luanda - The Angolan plastic artist Fineza Teta last Monday defended greater intervention from the country’s diplomatic sector in the divulgence of national arts, which helps to promote the creative potential of local artists and contributes to their internationalisation process.
Mbanza Kongo - Ambassador of Poland to Angola Piotr Mysliwiec Sunday in Mbanza Kongo, northern Zaire province, expressed his country's availability to support Angola in preservation of the historic sites and monuments of this world heritage city.
Luanda - Jacob Desvarieux, the veteran and always active musician leading the band Antilhana Kassav is back to the Angolan stages, as a result of their participation, Sunday September 16, at the Festival Zouk Angola, in Baia de Luanda.
Luanda - Academic and literary books, works of plastic arts, handicrafts, gastronomy and African clothing are on display from Friday until Sunday at the Independence Park in Luanda to greet Sept. 17, National Hero's Day.
Luanda - The Angolan journalist and writer José Luís Mendonça last Wednesday, in Luanda, highlighted the poetry of the country's first president, António Agostinho Neto, as a factor of motivation, encouragement and sensitisation for the struggle of oppressed people.