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Angola: Police and Military Crackdown After Women's Protest
For the first time since the end of war, in 2002, the Angolan government has soldiers to patrolling the streets of a town and conducting house searches and arrests.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
CIDRAP: News scan for June 17
The United States and other countries are seeing a rise in lab-confirmed dengue cases in people who have traveled to Luanda, Angola's capital, and health providers should be aware that the disease in Africa is endemic, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today.
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Early Release: Ongoing Dengue Epidemic - Angola, June 2013
On April 1, 2013, the Public Health Directorate of Angola announced that six cases of dengue had been reported to the Ministry of Health of Angola .
Angola: Journalist Faces Trial for Incitement to Civil Disobedience
The Provincial Court of Luanda adjourned today, June 14, the trial of journalist Domingos da Cruz, accused of inciting civil disobedience, for an article he wrote in 2009.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Angola: Ensa Promotes Strategic Reflection Meeting On Monday
The Angolan National Insurance Company will promote on Monday in Luanda a Strategic Reflection Meeting with its collaborators, so as to analyse the results achieved in face of the guidelines defined by the campaign in 2011.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Angola: More Resources to Fight Poverty Recommended
The Angolan president, Jos Eduardo dos Santos, and the provincial governors Friday in Luanda approved the report on the implementation of the Programme of Rural Development and Combat of Poverty and recommended the reinforcement of concerned resources under the 2014 budget.
Angola: Mayombe Initiative Allows Trans-Border Co-Operation - Minister
The minister of Environment, Ftima Jardim, stressed Thursday in Luanda that the Mayombe forest will find axes of trans-border co-operation among the members of that initiative .
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Uganda have Angola's number at Namboole
After covering two thirds of the first stage of the route to next year's Fifa World Cup, Uganda's pursuit for Brazil still holds some worthy lifeline.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Tokyo No Longer World's Most Expensive City for Expats
For the first time since 2010, Tokyo is not the most expensive location for international job assignments, having been surpassed by Oslo, Norway, according to a new survey by ECA International, a global human resource consulting firm.
Angola: Head of State Swears in Supreme, Audit Courts' Counselor Judges
The Angolan Head of State, Jos Eduardo dos Santos, sworn in this Wednesday the new counsellor judges of the supreme and audit courts and new Assistant Attorneys General, recently appointed last Monday here.
Angola: Germany Seeks to Boost Trade Ties
Two years ago, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Angola's President Eduardo dos Santos agreed on a 'strategic partnership.'
Tue Jun 11, 2013
ACT Alliance Alert: Severe drought in Namibia & Angola
Alert Namibia & Angola Severe drought in Namibia & Angola Geneva, 10 June 2013 1. Brief description of the emergency and impact Prolonged dry spells in Southern Africa have led to a food and water crisis in Namibia and Angola where the respective governments have called on the international community for support.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Angola: Importance of Legal, Labour Norms Highlighted.
The deputy governor of central Huambo province for Political and Social Affairs, Guilherme Tuluca, Friday here highlighted the importance of the creation of juridical and labour norms that govern the relation between workers and employers.
Angola: Finance Ministry Runs Seminar On Public Procurement
A seminar on "Reorganisation and Modernisation of the Public Procurement Market" will take place on Thursday in Luanda, under the Ministry of Finance.
Angola: Government Invests Over Akz 9.0 Million in Construction of Houses
More than Akz 9.0 million have been invested by the central Bie province Government in the construction of 12 houses in the administrative centre of Kuquema, some 20 kilometres south of the capital city, Kuito, Angop learned recently.
Angola: Economic Commission Analyses Monetary, Exchange Evolution
The economic commission of the Cabinet Council analysed on Thursday, in Luanda, matters on the memo of monetary and exchange market evolution related to May 27 to 31, 2013, under the leadership of President Jos Eduardo dos Santos.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Angola: German Businesspeople Seek Partnership in Huila Province
A German business team is working on Friday in Lubango City, southern Huila Province, aimed at seeking partnerships, ANGOP has learnt.
Angola: Succession of President to Start From Ruling Party - Dos Santos
The Angolan head of State, Jos Eduardo dos Santos, said that the process for his succession in the presidency of Angola will start from the ruling MPLA party, upon the election of a new leader.
Angola: Minister of Geology and Mining Swears in New Staff
The minister of Geology and Mining, Francisco Queiroz, was sworn in this Friday, in Luanda, new staff of the Ministry.
Angola: Minister Pledges More Electricity for Cabinda
The northern Cabinda province might gain an installed capacity of production of electricity of 110 megawatts until August this year, Angop learned Thursday here.