Category Archives: Angola News
Hotel development activity in Africa is still rising in the face of the continent’s economic problems, showing a 13 percent increase in 2017, according to the annual survey by W Hospitality Group, generally acknowledged as the most authoritative source on the sector’s growth.
Despite worldwide changes, multinationals focus on mobile workforces to support career growth and ensure global competitiveness
Mercer’s annual Cost of Living Survey finds African, Asian, and European cities dominate the list of most expensive locations for working abroad
Issue 2:2017 Portuguese
The Angola Monitor covers the politics, economics, development, democracy and human rights of Angola. It is published quarterly by Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA).
The collaboration between UK and Japan will help clear Angolan mine fields to support economic development by increasing available agricultural land
Angola Cables, a leading telecoms operator is expanding its network reach and peering capabilities across the globe. With an aim to become a major IP transit and MPLS player in sub-Saharan Africa, Angola Cables has chosen NAPAfrica as its peering point. NAPAfrica is Africa’s largest Internet Exchange Point (IXP), with over 240 unique connected networks and 140Gbps peering traffic. NAPAfrica, which is co-located within all Teraco data centre facilities, provides peering across sub-Saharan Africa from Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town.
By HUMPHREY NKONDE
Nigeria and Angola, Africa’s oil producers, are facing economic difficulties mainly due to depressed prices of the liquid commodity on the international market.
By Hicks Sikazwe
The mining town of Solwezi, 633 Kilometres North West of Zambia’s capital Lusaka, has been transformed into an active centre of business eying markets beyond borders.
Opening on November 9th of the ibis Styles Talatona, first of the 50 hotels planned in Angola
Companies across the continent turn to IBM Cloud to drive growth strategies, accelerate digital transformation projects and mitigate the macro-economic challenges of their operating environment
The host country of this year’s World Environmental Day, Angola, has launched two new national parks spanning across 6.8 million hectares of land with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
By Jos Baart, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Flexenclosure
The Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Angola (“Angola”) (Ba3 / B / B+), is pleased to publish an update on its budgetary performance and certain other key performance indicators.