Luanda - Angolan historian Rosa Cruz e Silva last Saturday, in Luanda, called on journalists to focus on training and research in order to produce cultural contents of greater importance and social impact.More about this news
Luanda - In the ambit of their partnerships and collaboration with the State, churches are required to get involved in educational, health and social action activities, supporting the different communities tackle their vulnerabilities, so that they help to solve or mitigate some of the main social problems.
Luanda - The valorization, preservation and disclosure of the national culture and its agents demands greater dedication, knowledge, patriotic spirit and of mission, said Wednesday in Luanda the Culture minister, Carolina Cerqueira.
Luanda -The secretary of State for Culture, Maria da Piedade de Jesus, last Monday defended that cohesion within the families and reinforcement of the sensitisation work against domestic violence are essential factors for the achievement of the goals relating to sustainable development and socioeconomic wellbeing.
Luanda - Culture minister Carolina Cerqueira last Wednesday in Luanda appealed to the members of the Angolan Association of Artists and Songwriters (UNAC) to adopt a spirit of solidarity and serenity in face of the recent controversy in the institution, following an alleged dismissal of its chairman.
Luanda - The Angolan minister of Culture has been in northern Uige province since Saturday to attend the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Prophet Simão Toco (founder of the Tocoist church).
Luanda - Jovens do Prenda and Kiezos music bands are expected to open on February 25, the annual Musongué da Tradição live concert promoted by the Kilamba Recreative Cultural Center.
Luanda - The groups União 10 de Dezembro, União 54, and Juventude do Kapalanga will no longer perform on Saturday morning, February 17, as it had been announced by the organisers of the Luanda Carnival following the interruption of the main parade last Tuesday due to the heavy rain that befell the city on that day, thus cancelling the performances of the mentioned groups.
Luanda - The heavy rain that fell in Luanda on Tuesday night interrupted the main carnival parade (Class A).