An intense cholera outbreak has killed some 1 562 people in Eastern and Southern Africa since the beginning of the year.

Uíge — At least 140 families of Quixicongo neighborhood in the outskirts of Uíge city were made homeless by the last windy rain that hit the region on last Sunday.

Angola’s civil war caused a massive population movement from rural conflict areas to low-lying coastal zones between 1975 and 2002. More than half of Angola’s 27 million people now live in urban coastal settlements, floodplains and steep ravines vulnerable to climate extremes.

This study is the first record of the use of animal products in traditional medicine in Angola. Data were obtained by performing interviews with the users of these products who use parts derived from wild mammals to treat 12 diseases. It was found that one or more products that were derived from the same species can be used to treat a variety of diseases, showing the versatility of the species. All the taxa used for animal-derived therapies in the study area are also used in other African countries, often for the treatment of the same illnesses.

GENEVA - The World Health Organization reports some progress is being made in reducing premature deaths from non-communicable diseases.

Malanje - The Ministry of the Environment plans to create an institute dedicated to the study, management, conservation and protection of the Palanca Negra Gigante (giant sable antelope), announced

Moçâmedes — At least 1500 people in Bibala Municipality, south-western Namibe Province, are since last Saturday benefiting from the entrance into functioning of a new water supply system, built in

At the event, Susana Martins, the project manager for the EU in Angola, said that the initiative aims to reduce hunger, poverty in the most vulnerable people, food and nutritional insecurity as wel

Luanda - The International Business Bank (BNI), acting as Agent Bank, led the Banking Union, which granted fund to the Ministry of Finance by issuing Treasury Bonds for up to 10 years, in the amoun

The data were released Tuesday after National Traffic Council meeting chaired by the Vice President of Republic, Manuel Domingos Vicente.

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