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Long dependent on oil, the West African nation of Angola is now on the path of economic diversification.
In the Seventies, Angola was one of Africa’s leading farming nations.
A country of outstanding natural beauty Welcome to this new edition of our series on Angola.
Seeking to shake of its dependence on the petrol economy, Angola is building its way to economic diversification
At least 17 people have died and many more have been injured in a stampede at a football match in Angola.
A court in Angola has released 16 activists, including the well known rapper Luaty Beirão, after they were imprisoned for rebellion against long serving President Jose Eduardo dos Santos.
Amnesty International has described the situation of 15 activists detained in Angola as “worrying.” The group is on hunger strike. Among them is
The number of deaths from a yellow fever outbreak in Angola has risen to 225 with at least another 1,600 infected. However experts fear the numbers
He has been on hunger strike. Now Portuguese Angolan rapper Luaty Beirão has been jailed with 16 other activists for ‘conspiracy to commit a
Africa’s second-longest ruling leader, the President of Angola, has said he will step down in 2018. Jose Eduardo dos Santos, who has been in power
The cast of the Portuguese film Cartas da Guerra (Letters from War), directed by Ivo Ferreira, took to the red carpet for the premiere of the movie
Multiple award-winning rapper Nicki Minaj has been asked by Human Rights Foundation to cancel scheduled Christmas concert in Luanda on Saturday, December 19, organised by telecommunications company ma
Bananas are turning into the ‘green gold’ of Angola. The country is the second biggest oil producer Africa, but revenues have gone down by at least
There are many challenges for Angola. The country is hoping private investment will help development but one of the biggest which lies ahead is
Angola’s Minister of Commerce Rosa Pacavira de Matos spoke to euronews about some of the key steps her country is taking to diversify its economy and
Angola celebrates 40 years of independence on 11 November. Angola achieved independence on 11 November 1975. The first president of the then People’s
Popular Angolan rapper Luaty Beirão has ended a hunger strike which he began on September 21, 2015. He is due to go on trial in mid-November, accused
The Angolan rapper and activist Luaty Beirao who has been on hunger strike since September 21 in protest at his arrest is said to be deteriorating
Judges in Angola have overruled an out-of-court settlement and handed anti-corruption activist Rafael Marques de Morais a six-month suspended
Defamation charges have been dropped against a journalist who accused seven Angolan army generals of being complicit in human rights abuses. The
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