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The Angolan authorities have expelled 1,110 foreign citizens in the past week, by court and judicial order, and 764 people of various nationalities were detained, the country's Migration and Foreigners Service (SME) said on Monday
The Angolan authorities have expelled 1,110 foreign citizens in the past week, by court and judicial order, and 764 people of various nationalities were detained, the country's Migration and Foreigners Service (SME) said on Monday.
A group of businesspeople from six Latin America countries have expressed their interest in investing in Angola's agriculture sector in the framework of the creation of the Hispano-American-Angolan chamber of commerce on Friday
Inocência Pinto, the head of Angola's National Department for the Prevention and Combat of Corruption (DNPCC), said on Thursday the country was conducting around 80 investigations into corruption, money-laundering and other economic and financial crimes
As Angola launches its largest ever investment in offshore oil and gas exploration, AFP meets the men and women behind the huge project.
Angolan activists Rafael Marques and Luaty Beirão are among some leaders of NGOs who will speak to the country's president, João Lourenço, on Tuesday to discuss "current affairs" an official communiqué said on Monday
Angola has begun exporting live seals to oceanariums and zoos around the world in 2017 with a hundred copies, which this year is expected to increase to 150.
Angola’s government confirmed on Thursday that in September 2017 the state had the equivalent of $15 billion dollars in net international reserves, as previously said by the former president, José Eduardo dos Santos
The secretary general of the African Petroleum Producers' Association (APPA) said in Luanda on Monday that the laws of supply and demand have been surpassed due to geopolitics
French oil giant Total said on Monday it was "determined" to develop Angola's oil sector, saying the Angolan president's visit to France had been "important" for a greater investment in the country
Angolan President Joao Lourenco compared the fight against corruption in his country to "touching a wasps nest", a day after his predecessor Jose Eduardo dos Santos refuted allegations he emptied the state's finances.
Portugal’s prime minister, António Costa, has said that the state visit this week of Angola’s president, João Lourenço, marks the end of "a cycle of the standardisation of relations", while acknowledging that ongoing issues with debts owed to Portuguese businesses was "complex"
Lusa Agency today signed a protocol of cooperation with the Angolan news agency - ANGOP - which ensures the exchange of content between the two entities and training, with emphasis on the multimedia area.
A column of flame emanates from the bow of the boat, illuminating the jet-black ocean for miles around
Investment coming into Portugal connected with the issuing of ‘golden visas’ – fast-track residence permits for major foreign investors – was in October at twice the level of the previous month, at €74 million, according to the latest figures from the Foreigners and Borders Service (SEF)
The Iris Angola Association (Associação Íris Angola) – the country’s first civil rights organisation that advocates for LGBT+ rights – on Wednesday said it registers “several cases” every week of physical and psychological violence against young people, namely homosexuals and transsexuals, and called for “respect and social inclusion
On November 22, the Assembly of the Republic will host a welcoming session of the Angolan President, in which João Lourenço will give a speech to the Portuguese deputies.
Angola’s government plans to invest $15 billion (€12.82 billion) by 2020 in projects to expand the electricity system and access to drinking water across the country, according to local media reports on Friday