Ondjiva - The Cunene Interior Ministry Delegate, Tito Munana Friday ordered the Criminal and Investigation Services (SIC) staff to improve increasingly the methods of research and instruction of crime processes, in the ambit of corruption fight.More about this news
Ondjiva- The Attorney General's Office of the Republic of Angola and its Namibian counterpart aim to strengthen cooperation relations in criminal issues with the objective to protect both countries’ citizens.
Luanda - Angolan President, João Lourenço, issued on Tuesday a decree that approves the contracts for the implementation of structuring projects in southern Cunene Province, as the result of a tender held for this end.
Sumbe - The chief Inspector of the Attorney General's Office (PGR), Luciano Cachaca, this Thursday urged citizens in Sumbe (Cuanza Sul) to denounce the misuse of money allocated to municipal administrations under the Integrated Plan for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM).
Ondjiva - The governor of the southern Cunene province, Virgílio Tyova, considered irreversible Angola/ Namibia cooperation and the blood ties uniting the two peoples.
Ondjiva - The general commander of National Police (PN) Paulo de Almeida traveled on Wednesday to the southern Cunene province to assesses security levels on the southern border of Angola with the neighboring Republic of Namibia.
Ondjiva - The US embassy in Angola intends to strengthen the partnership with the Angolan government to victims of trafficking, as part of the program to fight human trafficking crimes.
Ondjiva - The President of Angola, João Lourenço, delivered on Saturday, two water tanker trucks of 20,000 liters each, hay for the cattle and essential goods for the drought-hit population of Ombala Yo Mungo commune, Ombadja municipality, in southern Cunene province.
Ondjiva - The Angolan president, João Lourenço, on Saturday in southern Cunene province, said that there is a need to reinforce the Emergency Programme to Combat Drought in Cunene, so as to prevent that the drought that hits the region since 2018 aggravates and kills more animals and people.