Luanda - Angolan Federations of Chess, Volleyball and Table Tennis conducted their respective mandate renewals on Saturday, resulting in a vote of confidence for two presidents and the rise of another for the next four years.
Luanda - The new coronavirus has already directly infected athletes of all major sports in the world, with the first case of an Angolan athlete on Friday since the disease was identified in the city of Wuhan (China) in December 2019.
Luanda - A proposal for health regulations for the resumption of sports activities will be discussed Thursday in Luanda between the Ministry for Youth and Sports and leaders of national federations.
Cuito - Five sports arenas, included in 155 socio-economic projects, are being built in four municipalities of the central province of Bié, as part of the Integrated Municipal Intervention Programme (PIIM).
Luanda - The re-elected chairman of Atlético Petróleos de Luanda Club (also dubbed Petro de Luanda), Tomás Faria, said last Monday that the club needs to work more and more to recover its mystique and become, in four years, the greatest football team on the continent .
Luanda - With 149 votes in favour, Tomás Faria was re-elected this Saturday for another four years (2020/24) as chairperson of Petro de Luanda.
Luanda - The Ministry of Youth and Sports (MJD) deplores the statements of the chairperson of the Association of Olympic and Paralympics Athletes, who blames it for lack of support.
Luanda - Individual training, which citizens do on public spaces, will be subject, as from Thursday, to a schedule that goes from 5:30 am to 7:30 am and from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, in Luanda, and in the Municipality of Cazengo, Cuanza North Province, locations under sanitary fence.