Angola’s energy sector is set to augment as the government has approved a 18MW hydropower plant to be built in the northwestern region.

Nigeria’s crude oil production fell by 156,900 barrels per day (bpd) to 1.269 million bpd in March, from 1.426mbpd recorded in February.

VILLAGERS in the Oshana region affected by the flash floods from Angola, also known as efundja, will have to wait a while longer before they can access health facilities and other amenities because

Democratic Republic of Congo's worst yellow fever outbreak in decades has ended two months after Angola declared its epidemic to be over, following a massive UN-backed vaccine campaign, the World H

Luanda — A recycling plant dubbed "Angola Recicla", to value the solid waste, previously taken to landfills, was inaugurated on Monday in Luanda by the Environment minister, Fátima Jardim.

Ongoing deforestation is a pressing, global environmental issue with direct impacts on climate change, carbon emissions, and biodiversity. There is an intuitive link between economic development and overexploitation of natural resources including forests, but this relationship has proven difficult to establish empirically due to both inadequate data and convoluting geo-climactic factors. In this analysis, we use satellite data on forest cover along national borders in order to study the determinants of deforestation differences across countries.

Luanda - Angola on Friday declared the end of a yellow fever outbreak that killed at least 400 people, after an emergency United Nations vaccination campaign covering 25 million people.

Luanda — Without any vote against and two abstentions, the National Assembly approved on Wednesday the Draft Law on Wildlife to ensure the conservation and sustainable use of forest areas and the A

Angola is stepping up efforts to fight against poaching and ivory trade in the country.

Luanda — THE deadly yellow fever continues claiming lives despite attempts to halt its spread.

The disease has killed more than 70 people since it recently emanated from Angola.

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