Some $750-million is missing from Angola's treasury from a debt repayment deal with Russia, a report by a corruption watchdog group has revealed.
Angola, exhibiting for the first time at the Venice Biennale, has been awarded the prestigious Golden Lion for the best national pavilion.
Angolan rapper refuses to be intimidated by a government that doesn't take kindly to opposition.
South Africa's Angolan refugees have been told they can return 'home', but to many home is South Africa.
UK Corruption Watch calls for investigation to be reopened into repayment of millions to Russia.
Fatal stampede has brought attention to the church's pecuniary practices and high-powered links with the ruling MPLA.
After drawing with South and Morocco, Cape Verde are hoping to gain a win over Angola to qualify for the Afcon quarterfinals.
President Jacob Zuma is visiting Angola to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries, said the international relations department.
The Nova Cidade de Kilamba - New City of Kilamba - is far too expensive and has not been designed to address the population's needs.
Tipped as a potential successor to his father, Jose Filomeno de Sousa dos Santos, also known as Zen, has kept out of the limelight until now.
Jose dos Santos's supporters brush off the allegations of nepotism and say his kids are well educated and simply want to be involved in their country.
Fishing is the lifeblood of Cabinda, a small exclave of Angola separated from the rest of the country by a sliver of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Booming, oil-rich Angola has become a refuge for Portugal's jobless, while Luanda's elite take advantage of EU troubles to buy up property in Lisbon.
Angola is on track to reach its target of slowing consumer inflation to 10% from 11.38% in 2011 thanks to monetary policy focused on price stability.
In post-election Angola, the ruling party can no longer count on threat to retain the hearts of voters.
Pro-government militia are being blamed for a string of attacks on members of a youth protest movement, writes Louise Redvers.
A court ruling that ousted the controversial president of Angola's national electoral commission has been hailed by the country's opposition parties.
Angola has set August 31 as the date for elections likely to return President Jose Eduardo dos Santos and his ruling MPLA to power.
The top echelons of the former SA defence force are afraid of the legal consequences of the taking of so many innocent lives in Namibia 34 years ago
Southern African countries have agreed to launch a centre in Namibia to tie together climate change studies across the region.