Luanda - The employees of TAAG-SA, Angolan Airlines, attend during this month a training and capacity-building activities, with the aim of developing the technical skills of its professionals in strategic planning associated with management and accountability.More about this news
Ondjiva - Namibian businesspeople of Oshana region, requested the Angolan authorities ease entry for firms from this neighboring country seeking to invest in southern Cunene province.
Luanda - Angolan First Lady Ana Dias Lourenço defended last Monday in New York that education remains the fundamental goal to overcome barriers and improve the life of people of all ages and culture.
Luanda - The Transport Minister Ricardo D'Abreu will be heard this Wednesday by the Supreme Court in the "CNC Case", which involves his predecessor, Augusto da Silva Tomás, and four former heads of the National Loaders Council.
Luanda - The fifteen countries that make up the Peace and Security Council of the African Union (AU), an organ of which Angola is a member, expressed concern on Tuesday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, about the delay in implementation of the African Charter on Security, Maritime Protection and Development in Africa.
Luanda - The General Tax Administration (AGT) has already validated the tax software of more than 103 national and foreign companies, which support the file "SAF-T AO", an information export tool for Value Added Tax (VAT) due to come into force on 1 October.
Luanda - Angola’s Finance minister, Archer Mangueira, stressed on Tuesday, the importance of the financing approved by the World Bank for the strengthening of social protection in the country and the ongoing reforms in its subsides system.
Luanda - The World Bank today increased the volume of the project portfolio to Angola to a total of US $ 2.5 billion, after approval by its Board of Directors of a new financial package for the country in the total value of USD 1.32 billion.
Luanda - The Education and Health sectors are out of the new tax regime to enter into force nest October in Angola, most concretely the Value Added Tax (VAT), said on Monday in Luanda, the Finance minister, Archer Mangueira.