The largest urban and economic centre of the country and also the main port. It is the third most populous Portuguese-speaking city in the world.
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Icolo e Bengo - The first secretary of MPLA in Luanda, Francisco Lopes Higino Carneiro, advised the outgoing first municipal secretaries to convey the experiences acquired during the party work to newly appointed officials aiming at boosting the political organization.More about this news
Luanda - A ruling MPLA Party's member of Parliament has defended the need of university students and society to continue preserving peace, reconciliation and national unity to ensure protection of the country's development.
Luanda - Some 200 police staff with Luanda Traffic Unit will take part as from Friday in safety campaign this holiday weekend.
Cacuso - The project dubbed Bio-fuel Angola (Biocom) will reach its full production capacity in 2021, said Thursday in Malanje, its deputy director, Luís Bagorro Júnior.
Luanda - A fiscal calendar containing monthly and periodical obligations emerging throughout the year was presented Wednesday in Luanda.
Namibe - Lack of passengers has been hindering the normal circulation of trains in the railway section connecting Namibe City to Lubango City, the former located in the south-western Namibe Province and the latter in the southern Huila Province, since it was re-inaugurated in the year 2012, as part of a rehabilitation programme for the Moçâmedes Railway Company (CFM).
Luanda - The Kingdom of Belgium wants to continue to cooperate with Angola in the mining sector, specifically in diamonds, said on Monday the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, External Trade and Development Cooperation of that European country, Didier Reynders.
Luanda - Luanda governor has announced the rehabilitation of about 70 streets in traditional districts of the country’s capital to facilitate the mobility of citizens.
Luanda - The Public Procurement Bill was passed last Thursday by the National Assembly (Angolan Parliament) with 140 votes in favour, 30 abstentions and none against.