Luanda - The State Secretary for Human Rights and Citizenship, Ana Celeste Januário, announced last Wednesday the record of more than 100 cases of human trafficking in the country.
Moçâmedes - The Provincial Office of Transport in the south-western Namibe Province promotes, from last Wednesday onward, a campaign to raise awareness among drivers and passengers to comply with preventive measures against Covid-19.
Luanda - Markets and street vending in Luanda and Cazengo municipality, in northern Cuanza Norte province, is allowed on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 6am to 4pm, the authorities announced Tuesday here.
Luanda - Angolan president João Lourenço decreed Tuesday continued cordon sanitaire for the country's capital Luanda and the northern Cuanza Norte province's Cazengo municipality, from 09 July to 09 August this year due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Luanda - The Minister of Telecommunications, Information Technology and Media, Manuel Homem, re-inaugurated on Tuesday, in Luanda, the National and International Editorial Office of the Angola Press Agency (ANGOP), which has a modern office and new technological means.
Luanda - The ANGOP's CEO, Josué Isaías, on Tuesday said that the agency has a strategy based on massive training of journalists and technicians, in order to provide them with solid knowledge to use the tools that will be made available to them.
Dundo - The governor of Lunda Norte province, Ernesto Muangala, stressed the commitment of journalists in raising awareness among the population about prevention measures and in combating the spread of Covid-19 in the country.
Lucapa - At least 120 vulnerable families in the commune of Camissombo, Municipality of Lucapa, in the north-eastern Lunda Norte Province, over the last weekend received basic food basket, under the contingency plan to support people in need.
Uíge - The traditional authorities of Ambuíla municipality, in the northern Uíge province, Friday asked the provincial government, the resumption of the construction of social projects namely the municipal hospital and a 24-room school halted for five years due to financial problems.