Cazombo - The Commander-General of the National Police, Paulo de Almeida, considered the situation on the border between the Angolan municipality of Alto Zambeze (eastern Province of Moxico) and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Zambia to be stable and without cases.More about this news
Luena - The Attorney General's Office in Moxico (PGR) Friday in Luena, indicted the former administrator of the municipality of Alto Zambezi, Alexandre Paulino Bumba, in the crimes of embezzlement, violation of rules and budget.
Cuito - The national peace, unity, cohesion preservation for the safeguard of the political, social and economical stability must be every Angolan task, stated last Saturday in Cuito (Bié), the provincial governor, Pereira Alfredo.
Luena - MPLA's general secretary, Paulo Pombolo, Friday highlighted, the role played by the Organization of Angolan Women (OMA), the female arm of the MPLA, in the moralization of society, especially in the education of young women, literacy and in the preparation and structuring of families.
Luena - The Criminal Investigation Service (SIC) of Moxico, arrested, in Luena, the director of the Provincial Education Office of Moxico, Raimundo Ricardo, accused of committing several crimes in the exercise of his duties.
Luena - The Army Commander, General Gouveia João de Sá Miranda, required last Tuesday in Luena, eastern Province of Moxico, greater readiness from the effectives of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA), in the defence of national interests and stressed that the homeland is above the social and economic difficulties.
Luena - The Army commander, General Gouveia João de Sá Miranda, defended last Monday in Luena, eastern Moxico Province, the continuous rejuvenation of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA), to guarantee the country’s tranquillity.
Luena - The Secretary of State for Human Rights and Citizenship, Ana Celeste Januário, Saturday in Luena, expressed concern after noticing that out of more than 300 detainees held at the local prison, mostly are young people.
Luena - The ruling MPLA party's women wing (OMA) has defended the need to restore the culture and values of honesty.