Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Tag: Angola

9 Instances of Fidel Castro Helping Black...

After the untimely death of Cuba's Fidel Castro on Nov. 25, political pundits have occupied their time evaluating his place in history. Many consider the...

8 Interesting Things to Know About Angola’s...

Independence Day After a long war for independence, Angola became a sovereign nation on November 11, 1975. There were three different movements involved in the...

Top 10 African Countries with the Most...

10. Algeria– 4,100 Millionaires With a socialist-leaning government and a population of 38.8 million, Algeria has produced 4,100 millionaires, according to a report by AfrAsia...

9 Instances of Fidel Castro and Cubans...

Cuba Supported the Angolan War of Independence The Angolan War of Independence was a struggle for control of Angola between guerrilla movements and Portuguese...

As U.S. Embassy Reopens in Havana, a...

With the raising of the U.S. flag at the American embassy in Havana, Cuba, the two nations are resuming diplomatic relations after a severing...

8 African Countries Whose Independence Is a...

Zimbabwe Zimbabwe, formerly known as Rhodesia, is one of the greatest examples of a country being impacted by Garveyism. According to an article titled “The...

Angola On Track To Set $1 Billion...

Angola, the world's fourth largest diamond producer by value, exported around $960 million of the gems between January and September, up from around $860...

New $1.6bn Infrastructure Fund Launched In Angola...

Angola’s sovereign wealth fund (SWF) has launched $1.6bn African infrastructure and hotel funds to help diversify its portfolio as the slide in crude prices...

Angola and Namibia Build $1.7B Dam That...

The joint dam on the Cunene River basin that Angola and Namibia plan to build will cost US$1.37 billion and produce 600 megawatts of...

Oil Fuels Angola’s Reemergence as a Regional...

A decade ago Angola was emerging from a brutal civil war that laid waste to much of the country. Now, fueled by Africa's second-biggest oil...

Angola Oil Production May Exceed Nigeria to...

Angola, one of the two main suppliers of oil to China, may in 2014 become Africa’s largest oil producer once again, with new wells...

Kenya, Angola Sign Aviation Agreement for Increased...

Nairobi, Kenya -- The government has signed an aviation agreement with Angola, paving the way for increased contact and trade between the two countries. The...

5 Examples of US Government Efforts to...

Ghana Kwame Nkrumah helped Ghana gain its independence from its British colonizers in 1957. Nkrumah became the country's first prime minister (1957) and first president...

Reports of Angola Banning Islam Creates A...

Angola has banned Islam and ordered the destruction of mosques in the southern African country, according to several news outlets. The International Business Times noted...

Angola Backs End of US Embargo On...

The Angolan government appealed Tuesday to the United States to end the economic, trade and financial embargo on Cuba, indicating that the impact on...

Film ‘Death Metal Angola’ Surveys Hard Rock...

An upbeat chronicle of very hard rock in a very hard place, Death Metal Angola is one of the livelier and more enticingly exotic...

Nas Being Sued for $10 Million for...

Nas is being sued for $10 million (£6 million) by a concert promoter who claims the rapper is responsible for his kidnapping. The 'Cherry Wine'...

Cuba Injects Doctor Diplomacy into Africa

Africa is a growth market for the world’s best-known Cuban brand after Havana Club rum and Cohiba cigars. That would be Cuba Rx, also known...

Angolan Journalist Shows the Price of Free...

Independent news sources are a rare commodity in Africa’s sub-Saharan region, where, according to watchdog group Freedom House, only 10% of the countries have...

Brazil Paying Back Its Debt To Africa

Africa - Brazil pledged major investment and technology transfer to Africa to repay a "solidarity debt" from a country with a huge black population...

Angola’s Mobile Services Ahead Of Europe and...

It is 10 years since the end of Angola's civil war. The country has made enormous strides in rebuilding its economy, which is expected to...