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Mining

Mining
The mining codes of Angola   Gonçalo Falcão, partner in the Rio de Janeiro office of Tauil & Chequer Advogados, associated with Mayer Brown talks Angola-Today.com through the Angolan Mining Code. Through Law...

Real Estate

Real Estate
Angola’s real estate sector has only very recently begun to attract international investment interest.  But with one of the highest rates of urbanisation in Africa the demand for real estate is enormous. Post-conflict infrastructure, high import costs and the even higher cost of living in the country’s capital, Luanda has shielded Angola’s real estate sector from important international interest.  However, times are changing and foreign business is beginning to recognise the extent of unmet demand. International firms, mostly Brazilian and Portuguese companies, are leading figures in construction and real estate projects.  The International Real Estate Company Century 21 recently started business in Angola.  Most are focusing on Luanda – home to approximately a third of Angola’s population – but many are moving further afield to Angola’s other cities such as Huambo, Soyo, Lobito and Benguela. Large-scale projects such as the Luanda Sky Centre are popping up all over the city.  New buildings and cranes dominate Luanda’s skyline. Investment momentum appears to be...

Oil and gas

Oil and gas
Oil is Angola’s most important industry. Production soared between 2000 and 2010, recently overtaking Nigeria as Africa’s largest producer. Angola now offers a more stable and secure environment than many of its competitors...

Science & Technology

Science & Technology
The science and technology industry in Angola remains limited but there is increasing awareness that investment in the sector will be crucial for development. Science and technology...

Telecoms

Telecoms
“We are pioneers in the creation of media libraries on the continent”, said Secretary of State for Information Technology.   The industry is regulated by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications and its two...

Tourism

Tourism
The ten years following the 2002 peace agreement have witnessed a 300% rise in the number of visitors to Angola. In 2009, approximately 365,000 tourists visited Angola. Huge improvements to the tourist infrastructure have been made throughout the country but it will take time and significant investment to develop the attractions to rival the tourism industries of South Africa. However, for the more adventurous travellers, Angola holds unrivalled opportunities. Angola...
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Luanda

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Holidays in Angola

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Activities & Tours

With the end of civil war that devastated the country, Angola has become... read more