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Angolan Government reinforces private investment in Cuanza Norte

The government of the northern Cuanza Norte province is adopting policies focused on encouraging and publicising the provincial economic potential with a view to attracting more private investment and diversification of the local economy. 268 more words

Economy

War and remembrance: This Is the Place to Be by Lara Pawson

The key thread running through Lara Pawson’s fragmented, fresh, and frightening memoir, This Is the Place to Be, is an honest account of her years working as a journalist for the BBC in Africa between 1996 and 2007. 821 more words

Literature

FAIA: Uma chama que mantém judô angolano aceso

Temos o grande privilégio conversar com Antónia de Fátima Soares Moreira “FAIA” sobre o caminho dela nas artes marciais até hoje! Ela é lutadora do judô morando em Luanda, Angola, e além disso também trabalha como instrutora de defesa pessoal da polícia nacional. 1,793 more words

Training And Competing

Angola: Over 29.000 tons of fertilizers arrive from Morocco

More than 29.000 tons of fertilizers from the Kingdom of Morocco arrived Friday in Luanda to increase the agricultural production in the country, an occasion witnessed by the Agriculture Minister, Marcos Nhunga. 95 more words

Economy

eC2:SUPPORT TO WATER SECTOR REFORM IN ANGOLA THROUGH A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP TRANSACTION IN CABINDA

Deadline: 05-Jul-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The assignment is to assist the Government of Angola in defining the options and the strategy for structuring a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in the province of Cabinda. 93 more words

WBG News & Reports

Angola: Israel finances over US$20 million for agriculture and water project

Over USD 20 million granted by Israel will be invested in various sectors of economic activity in Angola in the near future said its ambassador to Angola, Oren Rosenblat. 218 more words

Economy

Cabo Snoop

The only African dishes I’ve cooked before have been variations on the couscous & tagine theme, so a Lusophone Central African country was a fitting start to my quest into the unknown. 847 more words