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In this episode of Business Angola we take a road trip south of the capital Luanda to discover a pristine region with stunning geography, intimate resorts, a huge wildlife reserve and a surfing beach.
Angola to diversify market outside oil
Africa's richest woman sacked from state oil company
Angola's elections body has released final results of the August 23 polls. The ruling MPLA won by 61.07% picking 150 seats in the 220 seater parliament. Joao Lourenco was also declared president-elect
Joao Lourenco set to become Angloa's new president
The vote will elect Angola's first new president in 38 years.
Polls have closed in Angola’s era-ending general election, as the man who has ruled the country since independence is standing down as
Angola is about to get its first change of president since independence, but will Joao Lourenco break the mould of cronyism and over-reliance on oil?
Polls opened at 7am on Wednesday as the oil-producing country votes to elect its first new leader since 1979.
Angola goes to the polls on a spirit of change but ruling MPLA remains favourite
The economic potential of Angola has never been in doubt.
Angola's head of state, José Eduardo dos Santos, to step down after 37 years
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