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Muacaa Riruaco, the Mumuila

It is in the culture where we can feel the energy around and about countries, regions, places. This is Muacaa Riruaco a lovely and amazingly brave Mumuila representative from a true south Angola minority, which had to come to Luanda requesting governmental awareness to her people’s health and water supplies. 6 more words


April 10, 2018 - Luanda, Angola

This morning we arrived in Luanda uncertain as to what we would experience. Angola has seen revolutions, dictatorship, as well as instability for decades. The ship’s tour group held a presentation unlike others on Luanda and the next few ports that tried to prepare the passengers for Western Africa. 715 more words

Angola seeks to place environment in the center for development

Angola is seeking to place environmental issues at the center of policies to reach sustainable development, said deputy minister Joaquim Manuel. We must work for the introduction of environmental sustainability policy within the National Development Plan, Joaquim Manuel added. 11 more words


UNCTAD, EU Start Project to Help Angola Diversify Trade

The European Union and UNCTAD have launched a four-year, $6.9 million project aimed at helping Angola diversify its economy and reduce its dependence on oil, which accounts for a whopping 93% of total merchandise exports. 34 more words


Angola: Jornalista Julgado Por Desprezo Do Presidente JES

Angola – As acusações estão relacionadas a um artigo publicado em 3 de novembro de 2016, no qual o Sr. de Morais acusou o ex-Procurador Geral de se envolver em transações imobiliárias ilegais. 83 more words


Bribes Lose Their Fizz as Angolan President Targets Corruption

Corruption used to be so widespread in Angola that “gasosa,” the Portuguese word for a fizzy drink, became a common term for bribes. Now, President Joao Lourenco is on a drive to change that — and the son of his predecessor could soon be put on trial. 10 more words


Angola's largest commercial bank starts granting loans again

Banco de Poupança e Crédito, Angola’s largest commercial bank, is expected to resume lending to both companies and individuals this month, after a capitalisation in the amount of 180 billion kwanzas (US$824 million) through a public debt issue, according to official information. 10 more words