Luanda - The director of the national institute for religious affairs (INAR), Francisco Castro Maria, admitted last Tuesday in Luanda the possibility that the authorities might close down the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (UCKG) in Angola, in case it is proved the accusations made by top members of the institution.More about this news
Luanda - Angola is preparing to adopt a new approach in the civil protection segment, with the improvement of the articulation between the different sectors that make up the National Civil Protection Commission, a mechanism that aims at fighting calamities.
Luanda - The Angolan Minister of Interior, Eugénio Laborinho, Saturday in Luanda, called on National Police to avoid using force at time of addressing possible crimes during the transition of the year, and should adopt preventive measures to maintain order.
Luanda - Interior Minister Eugénio Laborinho pointed out some shortcomings in the Directorate of Migratory Acts as one of the causes that led to the first changes to the Migration and Foreigners Service (SME).
Luanda - Angola?s Interior Ministry (MININT) Thursday discouraged national and foreign citizens from pursuing the actions that contravene the legal system enshrined in Constitution and Law, and advised to avoid the practices that clash with the Law in force.
Luanda - Police have been told to perform their duty with strictness and discipline especially when it comes to deal with citizens seeking their assistance.
Luanda - The Angolan minister of Home Affairs, Ângelo da Veiga Tavares, said last Friday in Luanda that the new Juridical Regime of Foreigners will provide major opening, mobility and flexibility in terms of access to the country, as well as will improve business environment in the country.
Luanda - The Ministry of the Interior has deemed false the information put out in the social network about possible cases of human organs trafficking in the southern Cunene Province and reiterates its commitment to maintaining public security, strongly focusing on crime fight and prevention.
Lubango - The delegation of the Home Ministry (Minint) in central Huíla province will reinforce its commitment to the vocational training of the prisoners in 2019 to elevate their workforce potential and involve them in productive activities, as part of the criminal reeducation process.