Lagos puts U.S., Canada, 12 others on surveillance over COVID-19
The Lagos State Government has placed the United States, Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Togo, South Africa, Canada, France, Germany, Uganda, the Netherland, Cameroun, Angola and Rwanda on its watch list...
SW Angola facing worst drought in decades: UN
Southwestern Angola is experiencing its worst drought in four decades, with a severe impact on crops, the United Nations' World Food Programme warned Friday.
Angola legalises same-sex marriage as US continues push for LGBTQ rights
Angola has legalised same-sex marriage 133 years after the proscription of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community in the country. The country's parliamentarians who voted to overhaul Angola's criminal statute books did not just remove the passage. They also banned discrimination based on sexual orientation. The reform has been hailed by human rights…
Angolan police fire tear gas on anti-govt protesters
Angolan police on Thursday fired tear gas at youths rallying in Luanda against police brutality and economic hardship, days after several protesters were killed in a crackdown in the country's northeast.
Angola anti-govt protesters freed after week in jail
An Angolan court has freed dozens of protesters arrested during anti-government demonstrations late last month, their lawyers said, as frustrations against the regime continue to boil.
Angola's probe of dos Santos 'improper and unfair'
A court order that froze assets of Angola's billionaire former first daughter Isabel dos Santos was "unfair, improper" and based on fake documents
Isabel dos Santos seeks to revoke asset freeze over 'forged' passport
Angola's billionaire former first-daughter Isabel dos Santos and her husband are seeking to revoke a court order that froze their assets last year as part of a massive corruption probe, their lawyer said Tuesday.
Rivers Hoopers drawn in Nile Conference of Basketball Africa League
Nigeria’s representatives at the inaugural edition of the Basketball Africa League, Rivers Hoopers have been drawn in the Nile Conference alongside Zamalek of Egypt, Union Sportive Monastirienne of Tunisia
Portuguese hacker says he is behind Angola corruption leaks
Lawyers for a Portuguese computer hacker said on Monday he was responsible for revealing the dealings of Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos, a corruption scandal with fallout across Europe and Africa.