Angolans highlight country’s business environment

  • Largo do Governo Provincial do Bié, no município do Cuito
Luanda- The Angolan community in South Africa on Wednesday highlighted the growing business environment of the country, despite the constraints caused by the economic and social crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

Speaking at a symposium through videoconference format, which took place as part of the Angola's 45th anniversary of independence, the Angolans highlighted the advances in the process of moralizing society, fighting corruption and creating a favorable business environment for private investment.

The event held under the motto: "Independence, Freedom, Challenges and the Fight for Sustainable Development", the Angolans contributed with ideas and suggestions on the need for investment and valorization of human capital, the re-launching of Schools of Arts and Crafts, the municipalization of public health services, the investment in large-scale tourism and promotion of mobilization campaigns.

Adao Queta, an entrepreneur, who addressed the challenges and sustainable development, stressed that the war radically conditioned the socio-economic growth of the country.

"Today we already feel a favorable business environment and we need to shorten the difference between Gross Domestic Product and human development indicators," he said.

The human rights activist and director of the Club-K portal, José Gama, who addressed the country's journey over the past 45 years, stressed that the November 11 represents Angola's most important political event in the last 500 years, for returning freedom, dignity, self-determination and citizenship to Angolans.

According to the activity coordinator, Hermenegildo Francisco, the event aimed to bring together Angolans for a trip to music and gastronomy as factors of unity and national identity.

Young people who best express the affirmation of Angolanity in South Africa have also been awarded during the event.

 

Speaking at a symposium through videoconference format, which took place as part of the Angola's 45th anniversary of independence, the Angolans highlighted the advances in the process of moralizing society, fighting corruption and creating a favorable business environment for private investment.

The event held under the motto: "Independence, Freedom, Challenges and the Fight for Sustainable Development", the Angolans contributed with ideas and suggestions on the need for investment and valorization of human capital, the re-launching of Schools of Arts and Crafts, the municipalization of public health services, the investment in large-scale tourism and promotion of mobilization campaigns.

Adao Queta, an entrepreneur, who addressed the challenges and sustainable development, stressed that the war radically conditioned the socio-economic growth of the country.

"Today we already feel a favorable business environment and we need to shorten the difference between Gross Domestic Product and human development indicators," he said.

The human rights activist and director of the Club-K portal, José Gama, who addressed the country's journey over the past 45 years, stressed that the November 11 represents Angola's most important political event in the last 500 years, for returning freedom, dignity, self-determination and citizenship to Angolans.

According to the activity coordinator, Hermenegildo Francisco, the event aimed to bring together Angolans for a trip to music and gastronomy as factors of unity and national identity.

Young people who best express the affirmation of Angolanity in South Africa have also been awarded during the event.