500 000 condoms ready for Angolan carnival

2016-02-06 06:57

Nearly 500 000 condoms will be distributed in the Angolan capital Luanda during a four-day annual carnival in a campaign to help prevent the spread of Aids, organisers say.

Angola economy in crisis as oil price sinks currency

2016-02-03 09:29

The drop in the price of crude oil to its lowest level in more than a decade has not only pushed Angola's currency to record lows, it has plunged the economy of Africa's second largest crude producer into a crisis.

Family of Angolan rebel Savimbi sue over 'Call of Duty' character

2016-01-14 15:35

The family of slain Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi are suing the makers of the popular video game "Call of Duty" for representing his character as a "barbarian", their lawyer say.

Angolan activists threaten hunger strike

2015-12-08 05:21

Fourteen Angolan opposition activists on trial since mid-November have threatened to go on hunger strike over what they said was the slow pace of the hearings.

18 Angolan activists arrested: lawyer

2015-11-03 21:01

At least 18 young Angolan activists have been arrested at a rally in support of a group of anti-government protesters detained since June, a lawyer says.

Angola joins UN chemical arms watchdog

2015-10-17 14:37

Angola has joined the UN chemical arms watchdog, meaning only four countries remain, including Israel and North Korea, which have not signed the convention prohibiting such weapons.

Angola says must restore trust in courts, in rare response to critics

2015-09-25 16:39

Angola needs to restore trust in its justice system by giving the public more information, a government official says, in a rare response to heavy criticism by human rights groups over the recent arrests of activists.

Groups accuse Angola of crackdown after activist jailed

2015-09-16 17:00

Rights groups have accused Angola’s government of using the legal system to crack down on critics, after an activist was jailed for six years on charges of stirring rebellion.

IMF in Angola to gauge impact of oil slump on economy

2015-08-14 17:55

IMF officials have begun a working visit to Angola, with the oil-producing nation’s economy reeling from the plunge in international crude prices.

Angola to destroy 11 million eggs

2015-08-12 23:05

Angola will destroy around 11 million chicken eggs that were illegally imported.


Angola rebel chief's children in court to sue Call of Duty maker

2016-02-03 21:34

The children of slain Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi have a French court to punish the makers of the wildly popular video game Call of Duty for representing their father as a "barbarian".

Angolan sect leader goes on trial for police killings

2016-01-17 20:02

Angolan Christian sect leader Julino Kalupeteca is set to go on trial for the murder of nine police officers during a security forces operation to arrest him which, according to the opposition, turned into a "massacre".

Jailed Angolan activists ordered released

2015-12-18 20:39

A court has ordered that 15 young Angolan activists be released from jail as they await a verdict on charges they tried to overthrow the country's President Jose Eduardo dos Santos.

Angolans desperate for forex seek euros

2015-11-20 17:15

Some Angolan banks running low on dollars are offering customers euro notes and other foreign currencies.

Angola issues $1.5bn sovereign Eurobond

2015-10-26 19:27

Oil rich Angola has issued Eurobonds worth $1.5bn aimed at establishing long term funding and external financing sources as the country bids to diversify its economy from oil.

Angola joins chemical weapons watchdog

2015-10-16 15:12

Angola has joined the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, becoming the 192nd country to enter its ranks.

Nampak targeting 100% market share in Angola

2015-09-22 07:48

Nampak is targeting 100% market share in Angola as the country’s buyers seek a local manufacturer in response to government plans for an import duty on the industry.

Angola regime rules in apartheid style - activist

2015-08-16 09:35

From beating women to unleashing dogs on protesters, Angola's government runs the oil-rich nation with an apartheid-style iron fist, says an activist.

IMF in Angola to gauge impact of oil slump on economy

2015-08-14 11:24

International Monetary Fund officials have begun a working visit to Angola with the oil-producing nation's economy reeling from the plunge in international crude prices.

Angola police cordon off radio station

2015-07-30 19:04

Angolan police have moved in on a radio station and held a journalist, as protesters called for the release of a rapper and other political activists.

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