Stories about Angola
Dias Santana is 80% an Angolan production and 20% South African
The new congregation could call itself the Reform Universal Church of the Kingdom of God in Angola.
"For Czech society, accepting that a non-white person can be Czech is too unusual and often not digestible."
"We were crowded and there was nobody to give us information or establish any control procedures. They only measured our temperature on arrival, nothing more."
The investigation was based on more than 715,000 documents received by the Platform for the Protection of Whistleblowers in Africa (PPLAAF).
Online activists in Angola risk tough reactions from authorities, particularly when their activities are connected to offline activism.
Under Angola's former regime, JES, prosecutions of activists and journalists were common. In 2017, João Lourenço (“JLO”) succeeded JES and journalists began to see reforms to press freedoms. But is it...
Bruno Fernando, 21 years old, will join the team Philadelphia 76ers.
The company Telstar was created in January 2018 with capital stock of 200,000 Kwanza (600 US dollars), and the majority shareholder is the general Manuel João Carneiro.
"Today there is a supply of food in Angola, one cannot say that today there is [serious] hunger in Angola, it is a question of some malnutrition," remarked Angola's president.
The fee increased from 8 to 97 US dollars.
"Violence against women is real, it really is. It is not something in the heads of feminists, it is not an invention or empty speech: IT IS REAL!"
From long-time leaders stepping down to citizens rising up, a cautious hope surges alongside the continuous struggle. Here are our favorite stories from across Africa in 2018.
The meeting appears to signal a pivot from his predecessor José Eduardo dos Santos, whose administration was notorious for the ill-treatment of activists, journalists, and international NGOs.
"Suddenly, on Monday, we saw youths from the Chokwe community with Angolan policemen starting to burn the homes of those perceived to be foreigners."
João Lourenço said in a interview with a Portuguese newspaper that he found the state's coffers empty when he took office in 2017.
"The most important rescue by the state would be to provide the conditions to guarantee decent jobs"
António Costa's official visit to Angola following months of diplomatic tensions between the two governments has caused a stir over his clothing choice.
"At this moment, I am on the street crying without knowing where to go."