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Education April 02, 2016

Angola builds its human capital

At the heart of economic diversification lies the national workforce, as the country progressively paves its way towards a knowledge-based economy.

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Digital Transformation March 27, 2016

ICT pioneers advance infrastructure to double trans-continental data capacity

Angola is still far from achieving nationwide mobile coverage, yet what it has achieved thus far in ICT has been done ahead of many developed countries in some cases such as 4G deployment. Plus, a new...

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Real Estate March 22, 2016

Urbanising Angola, one housing project at a time

Kora Angola is working in partnership with the Angolan Government to construct 40,000 affordable, high-quality housing units across 15 Angolan municipalities and 6 provinces, including one of its most...

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Real Estate March 17, 2016

Housing developments to meet rapidly growing demand

A new initiative by Angola’s Instituto Nacional de Habitação is creating new communities, reducing the national housing deficit, and allowing citizens to live with greater dignity

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Construction March 12, 2016

Strategic road and rail links create a new long-haul logistics platform for the region

Angolans face tremendous challenges as they work to restore their country’s export capacity and war-devastated infrastructure, but that daunting task has an upside in that it opens the way for...

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Construction March 06, 2016

Investor-led injection of $75 million slices turnaround times in Luanda’s port

Angola’s two largest ports, at Luanda and Lobito, provide a solid and expansive base for trade, not only for the country itself, but also for its landlocked neighbours. Enormous investment in...

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Logistics February 28, 2016

Integrated multimodal transport network to unlock new markets

Transport was a problem in Angola long before it became a priority, hindered by challenging terrain, centuries of neglect by Portugal’s colonial administrators and the ravages of the 1975-2002...

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Finance February 27, 2016

UK investors eye up the continent’s burgeoning opportunities

Investor and philanthropist George Soros has described Africa as ‘one of the few bright spots on the global economic horizon’, while consultants McKinsey say that the continent offers higher...

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Manufacturing February 22, 2016

UK second only to China for foreign business activity

Investing $3 billion in 2014, the UK is Angola’s second biggest investor after China and was one of the first countries to recognise the African nation’s independence. Now, programmes such...

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Construction January 11, 2016

Economic diversification driven by infrastructure overhaul

A decade of massive annual investments in strengthening Angola’s transportation and logistics network looks set to continue and boost regional connectivity as the government forges ahead with...

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Construction November 24, 2015

Investors sought to bridge Africa’s infrastructure divide

Demand for power, roads, railways, internet and other infrastructure in Africa is set to soar in the coming years, providing investment opportunities and socio-economic benefits across the continent

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Agriculture July 21, 2015

Agriculture represents 42% of the real economic growth rate

In line with its National Development Plan for 2013-2017, Angola has committed to revitalizing agriculture by way of extensive land cultivation projects, thus increasing its food supply and creating...

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Agriculture June 08, 2015

Cuanza Sul outlines agroindustrial and productive business development

Agriculture is becoming increasingly industrialized in the province, while construction at the Port of Amboim is creating a new international trade center on Angola’s central coast, strategically...