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College link helps transform economy in Angola
A SCOTTISH college is helping to transform the economy of an African country ravaged by civil war for nearly a quarter of a century.
6 hrs ago
Education in the post-2015 development agenda
Teenage students walking to school in Luanda, Angola. According to the World Bank, the net enrollment rate in Angola in 2011 was of 86%.
13 hrs ago
Angola: State of Roads Affects 2013/14 Luanda Farming Season
The 2013/14 farming season in Luanda has been marked by the bad condition of the roads linking the production centres to markets, which has led to the hiking of transportation costs, reads a report from the Provincial Department of the Agrarian Development Institute.
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Mozambique Calls On Angola To Waive Entry Visas
Mozambican Foreign Minister Oldemiro Baloi called for the waiving of entry visas between Mozambique and Angola, arguing that this measure would increase business activity between the two countries.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Angola: Transport Minister Stresses Aeronautical Servitude Regulation
The Angolan minister of Transports, Augusto Toms, said Wednesday in Luanda that the General Regulation on the Aeronautical Servitude Plan, recently approved by Cabinet Council, will adjust the rules of the sector to international standards.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Ethiopia: Creativity Is the New Money
On August 19th, like every night, Africa's creative talent was showcased across the continent.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
DIARY - Emerging Markets Economic Events to Sep 5
Bank of Israel Announces Interest Rate Decision. LUANDA - Central Bank of Angola holds Monetary Policy Committee meeting - 1000 GMT.
Angola: Minister Reiterates Need for Cooperation in Palop Media Sector
The Angolan minister of Mass Media, Jos Lus de Matos, last Friday in Luanda reiterated the need and importance to develop cooperation among the African Portuguese Speaking Countries Community 's members in the media sector, because it allows an exchange of experiences and competences among professionals, as well as the acquisition of new skills and ... (more)
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Angola: Head of State Tackles Construction Plan At Broad Meeting
The Angolan Head of State, Jos Eduardo dos Santos, last Friday in Kilamba City, in Luanda, chaired a broad meeting which discussed the construction plan for Kilamba City and the transference of responsibilities from SONIP firm to IMOGESTIN for construction and trade of houses, ANGOP learnt in Luanda.
Angola: Veteran Musician Mamukueno Dies
Angolan musician Jos Matias "Mamukueno" passed away last Saturday, in Luanda, victim of an ilness.
Angola faces revenue shortfall
A storage facility for petroleum industry supplies in Luanda. The Angolan economy is still dependent on oil exports.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
TECHNIMED sign up to Real Asset Management's Maintenance5000 to help...
TECNIMED, a leading provider of maintenance and support for medical equipment in the hospitals of Angola, will use Real Asset Management's Maintenance5000 solution to increase productivity and efficiency within its maintenance service as well as helping to control stock levels within its hospital sites.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
DIARY- Emerging Markets Economic Events to Aug 28
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20 BANGKOK - Bank of Thailand will release the minutes of its August interest rate meeting.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
EXCLUSIVE: Former Kotoko striker Ben Acheampong terminates contract with Petro Atletico
Former Asante Kotoko striker Ben Acheampong has terminated his contract with Angolan side Petro Atletico, GHANASoccernet.com can exclusively report.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Angola: President Sets Up Redevelopment Commission of Luanda Island
The process will be carried out in accordance with environmental legislation and the architectural and landscape universal patterns, Angop learnt Wednesday in Luanda.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
African Hotel Valuation Index reveals hotel rooms in Seychelles have the highest value
Hotels in the Seychelles have the highest value per room across Africa, according to our first annual African Hotel Valuation Index .
African Ebola survivor shunned by boyfriend, even school
LUANDA, ANGOLA: Angolan health workers treat, 05 April 2005, a 22-year-old woman, a new suspected case of the Marburg haemorrhagic fever in a clinic in Cacuaco township, outside Luanda, where the Ebola-like virus s killed at least 155 people.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Africa: Gridlock in Continent's Major Cities
Africa's largest cities are choking with traffic. In Egypt's capital Cairo, for example, congestion costs the country $8 billion a year in lost productivity, additional fuel consumption and the impact of pollution, according to a 2012 World Bank study.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Luanda: Africa's insanely expensive beach party
The Ilha de Luanda is a tropical beach playground for Luanda's wealthy and increasing number of expatriates who work there.