The Angola Monitor covers the politics, economics, development, democracy and human rights of Angola. It is published quarterly by Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA).
This issue covers:
Political News: MPLA Congress, Independence Day, Angola improving ties with USA and Portugal;
Economic News: Public Sector Recruitment freeze, Angola perceived as most corrupt country in
Southern Africa, Banco Espirito Santo Angola recapitalised;
Human Rights News: Clampdown on Protests, Migrants arrested, British security guards acquitted over
death of Angolan detainee
Aid and Development News: Mine Clearance, Cunene Dam.
This Angola Monitor is also available in Portuguese.
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» MPLA Congress
» Angola improving ties with USA and Portugal
» Public Sector Recruitment freeze
» Angola perceived as most corrupt country in Southern Africa
» Clampdown on Protests
» Migrants arrested
» Mine Clearance
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