Angola

December 2, 2022

Mama Africa’s Casa Museu: a home for Angolan art, music and youth

Mama Africa, or Aminata Goubel, is also a longtime journalist, now reporting for the national radio. She also encourages youth to take in Angolan culture, joining them in music and dance, including on the beach outside Casa Museu.
November 30, 2022

Isabel dos Santos says she feels “politically persecuted” in Angola

"There is no doubt that we are in a context of political persecution," said the daughter of former Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos, who died in July after 38 years of authoritarian rule marred by nepotism on this former Portuguese colony in hydrocarbon-rich southern Africa.
November 25, 2022

A diamond in the rough: Angola’s vast and growing potential as a fruit exporter

Meet the "Strawberry King" in southwest Huila Province, who says Angola has the best conditions for growing strawberries in the world. And the "Pitaya King", who discovered pitaya, or dragon fruit, in Brazil and learned of its health benefits 12 years ago.
November 23, 2022

DR Congo-Rwanda peace talks resume in Luanda

Angolan president, Joao Lourenco, hosts talks in Luanda to discuss the rising tensions in eastern DRC with their neighbours, Rwanda.
November 21, 2022

Angola wins Africa Cup of Nations women's handball tournament in Senegal

Angola wins its 15th Africa Cup of Nations women's handball tournament beating Cameroon and widening the gap between them and other African countries.
November 21, 2022

Angola/South Africa: Bafana Wrap Up 2022 With Angola Draw

South Africa's brief winning run ended after they came from behind to draw 1-1 with Angola in an international friendly match at Mbombela Stadium on Sunday.
November 20, 2022

Angola win Africa Cup of Nations women's handball tournament in Senegal

Angola win their 15th Africa Cup of Nations women's handball tournament beating Cameroon and widening the gap between them and other African countries.
November 11, 2022

Angola: Court sentences ex-army officers and bankers for fraud

"The sum of all the damages considered are proven to be worth 1,286,267,885 US dollars and 87 cents by the absence of benefits that could have been obtained from the opportunity that this amount could give to the country's economy." Andrade da Silva, judge
November 11, 2022

Beauty and sorrow: Virginia family retraces steps of enslaved Angolan ancestors

In a voyage of remembrance and natural beauty, Euronews joins a family from Virginia on their historic journey to retrace the path of their ancestors who were taken as slaves in 1619.
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