AngolaSociety

Only one third of angolans have access to piped water

Hygiene measures are a priority in combating covid-19, but in Angola only three out of 10 citizens have piped water in their homes, while half do not have access to the public network’s electrical connection, a survey revealed today. Conducted by Afrobarometer, a…
AngolaEconomy

More than 70% of Angola's SMEs are on the verge of bankruptcy

The president of the Union of Small and Medium Entrepreneurs, Beatriz Frank, revealed that more than 70% of Small and Medium Enterprises from different branches of business are in danger of closing their doors in the next few days, therefore, calls on the Executive to…
AngolaChina

China is in contact with Angola on debt relief

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China said on Wednesday that the relevant departments have contacted Angola about their request for debt relief China hopes that other countries will also help Africa assess its debt requirements, said Zhao Lijian, a ministry spokesman…
AngolaSociety

"Angola has three challenges to fight poverty"

The World Bank representative in Angola, Olivier Lamberg, pointed out the improvement of the quality of education, as well as the fight against malnutrition and early pregnancy as three challenges that the Angolan Government must face, if it wants to end, in fact, hunger and…
AngolaSociety

50 percent of Angolans are under 18

The United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF, congratulates all children and families for the passing of yet another International Children’s Day, despite the atmosphere of some uncertainty and anxiety that is due to the Covid-19 pandemic. According to the…
AngolaEconomy

Angola wants a solid partnership with the European Union

The Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, Amadeu Leitão, defended joint actions in areas considered fundamental for the promotion of solid partnerships with the European Union (EU), within the scope of the ongoing economic diversification in Angola. The minister…
AngolaEconomy

Angola risks staying in economic recession until 2023

Standard Bank’s economic studies department believes that Angola is expected to remain in recession this and next year, and may prolong the negative growth until 2023, essentially due to the pandemic of covid-19 and cheap oil. “In our base forecast we see the…
AngolaSociety

Number of infected with Covid-19 in Angola rises to 81

The Secretary of State for Public Health, Franco Mufinda, informed yesterday, at the Aníbal de Melo Press Center (CIAM), in Luanda, that the country registered in the last 24 hours another four positive cases of Covid-19, increasing to 81 the number of people…