Luanda - The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, on Saturday called on Angolan youths to get engaged in the tasks relating to the country?s economic, social and cultural development.More about this news
Luanda - The Christian Churches in Angola recommended the government to continue the combat against corruption and ensure that the process of recovering state assets be smoothly conducted, so as to serve the country's development impetus.
Malanje - The Vice-President of the Republic, Bornito de Sousa, Tuesday guided for the preparation of a survey on the costs of equipping laboratories, classrooms and the number of teachers needed to start the Higher Institute of Agro-Food Technology of Malanje (ISTAM).
Luanda - The challenges of Education and Teaching are priorities for the social sector, with the need for a serious commitment to the training and valorization of human capital, considering that this is the way to improve the country, with regard to indicators of human and economic development.
Caxito - The central act of February 4, in the province of Bengo, represents a milestone of extreme importance for the history of Angola, particularly the 1st Political-Military region, said Saturday in Caxito, the provincial governor, João Bernardo de Miranda.
Luanda - The Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) Deputy Chief of General Staff for Patriotic Education, General Egídio Sousa and Santos, reaffirmed Friday the continued readiness to defend the country, to consolidate the achievements already attained by Angolans and preserve peace.
Mbanza Kongo - At least 52 former combatants and veterans of the homeland in northern Zaire province received their respective processes on Thursday in Mbanza Kongo, which enable them to benefit from incentives for their socio-economic reintegration.
Mbanza Kongo - The Mbanza Kongo city in northern Zaire Province, hosts Thursday, January 4, the central act of the Day of the Martyrs of the Colonial Repression, in a ceremony to be chaired by the Minister of Former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland, João Ernesto dos Santos.
Luanda - The Republic of Angola will be celebrating this November 11 its day of independence, which was achieved in 1975 after years of sacrifices of thousands of patriots, who decided in 1961 to take up arms and face the Portuguese colonial regime.