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From tourism and culture to business and economy, uncover the real Angola in our special series of reports from around the country.
With a tech-driven approach, start-ups in Angola are turning the wheels of the economy faster, driving more investment and job-creation for Angola’s youthful population.
A province nearly twice the size of Belgium, Angola's Kwanza Sul has undergone major investment in agriculture and infrastructure that's paying off in farms large and small
Explore Angola: Ecotourism in Cuando Cubango
This type of music invented in the capital of Angola is starting to conquer the planet, but its creators say Kuduro is much more than a type of music, it's a state of mind.
From a spectacular waterfall which rivals Victoria Falls to parkland with the majestic Giant Sable Antelope, Angola’s Malanje Province has plenty to offer tourists and investors alike.
The France-based Castel Group has started growing corn in Angola’s fertile Malanje Province, in one example of how international companies are helping Angola diversify its economy.
Mining Angola's golden harvest in Malanje province
Enormous waterfalls, historical landmarks or exotic wildlife? No matter what your taste in holidays, this 360° interactive experience lets you explore exciting destinations around Angola's capital.
If there is one historic Angolan figure every visitor to Angola should know it's Agostinho Neto, Angola's first president.
Angola is dedicated to becoming agriculturally self-sufficient. Fazienda Tip is a new farm in the country - view this 360° video to see how it works.
Angola rarely comes up when surfers discuss possible holiday destinations, but maybe that is about to change.
The second biggest waterfall in Africa, the Kalandula Falls churn out 550 cubic metres of water every second. This 360° video offers a pleasant view from the nearby hotel.
It's the Laúca dam, which is 155 meters high and has a length of 1,1 km. When the project will be finished, it will have an installed power of 2067 MW.
A new generation of contemporary artists from the continent has now become an integral part of the global art scene, and a new generation of artists and gallery owners is growing-up in South Africa, Uganda and Angola.
A music genre that is only a few decades old has captured the hearts of many Angolans. Eduardo Paim, the genre's founder, shares his musical influences and what effect Kizomba has had on his country.
Kizomba is a style of dance which has become really important in Angolan culture in recent decades.
The word "Kizomba" means "celebration" or "party" in Kimbundu, a Bantu language.
The dance style developed in Angola in the 1980s and 1990s in the region around the capital Luanda, first as a music
With a rebuilt railroad, a port and a brand new airport, the province of Benguela - one of Angola's trading powerhouses - has been reborn, bringing with it booming businesses and a flood of investment opportunities.
Some 600 people are hard at work at the Vimar & Filhos fishing factory, which holds up to 2,000 tonnes of fresh fish.
Join them in this 360° report.