Luanda - Angola has received the second batch of cattle from Chad on Friday, at a time the country is seeking to replenish its cattle in the Camabatela plateau, northern Cuanza Norte province.
Luanda - The 560 plots of land destined to citizens who signed up in person and / or via the internet for the acquisition of infrastructure land in Kilamba satellite city were drawn this Tuesday, in Luanda.
Addis Ababa - African Union (AU) Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture, the Angolan national Josefa Sacko, has encouraged, in Addis Ababa, African states to make big investments in the agricultural sector in order to reverse the trend of food importation.
Addis Ababa - The Angolan Ministry of Energy and Waters plans to install in the current year, more than 300 megawatts of solar energy in various regions of the country, informed last Tuesday in Addis Ababa the incumbent minister, João Baptista Borges.
London - The Angolan minister of State and Economic Coordination, Manuel Nunes Júnior, said last Monday in London that Angola has already managed to resolve all the overdue transfers for the payment of goods and services abroad.
Luanda - Angola hosted for the first time, in 2019, the World Tourism Forum (WTF) and became the second African country to host the event after Ghana, as part of its strategy of spreading the potential and attracting investors.
Luanda - Angolan government implemented in 2019 an economic programme that promises to leverage domestic production and boost economic diversification at a time when the country is seeking efficient solutions to recover from the financial crisis, which began in 2014.
Luanda - The launch of the first underwater scientific research vessel, in August, for the conservation and use of oceans, seas and fishing resources, marked the achievements of the Fisheries sector in 2019.