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President Bento Bento Sebastiao

Secretary-General

Angolan Federation of Athletics

Angolan Federation of Athletics

Background Information

Employment History

President

Republic

Vice President

MPLA

Hotels Minister

Affiliations

MPLA First Secretary
Luanda

Provincial First Secretary
Luanda

Provincial Secretary
MPLA

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Date: (format 2006-06-24 required i.e. YYYY-MM-DD )Available dates 2002-10-14 through today

Angola: "Nosso Super" Commercial Network Nets Over USD 74 Millione.asp"First page | Politics | Economy | Social | Sport | Culture | Africa | International | Specials | 24 hours service... e.asp"First page | Politics | Economy | Social | Sport | Culture | Africa | International | Specials | 24 hours service...
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Angola: Constitutional Court Announces Candidates For Legislative Polls
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The deadline for correction of omissions in the files for candidature is set for Thursday 6pm. ...
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South Africa: Chanteuse Josephine Baker honoured with US stamp
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In the first half, Angola were already beating Russia by 45-39, having as one of the main strategies, a pressing defence on the opponent physically seen as stronger.
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Angola: Deadline Set For Political Parties To Correct Mistakes
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BUNIA, 14 July 2008 (IRIN) - Dozens of children are languishing in adult prisons in the Democratic Republic of Congo's northeastern Ituri district, despite a legal prohibition, according to a UN official.
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South Africa: Mantashe to address fund managers in Cape Town
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South Africa: Thousands of petrol attendants could lose jobs
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South Africa: Artist feels a successful career begin to take shape in his hands
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A gardener-turned-ceramicist from rural Mthatha has scored his first international art deal, bagging R50 000 for "a vase and some African pots".
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South Africa: Memorial service to be held for Afro Pop star
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Ndaba passed away in Tshepong Hospital in Kleksdorp in the North West on Monday.
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His death came after a long battle with TB. ... Read at SABCNews Archived: 2008-07-17
Uganda: Poverty, wars and alcohol perpetuate domestic violence
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South Africa: Sono slams first division promotion system
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The imbalance is due to the promotion of two teams from the coastal stream, Bay United and Maritzburg ...
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The European Commission is still targeting those least developed countries that have resisted economic partnership agreements (EPAs) by opting for the Everything But Arms trade preference scheme.Academic and EPAs expert Dr. Ainhoa Marín Egoscozabal told IPS in an interview that, for the European Commission (EC), ‘‘those countries that have signed ...
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House of Representatives yesterday directed Ministries, Departments and Agencies(MDAs) to henceforth make available hard copies of their recruitment forms to prospective applicants in the states and local governments, noting that online applications tend to cut off job seekers living in areas without internet connectivity.
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The Angolan minister was in neighbouring country at the invitation of the local minister of State and Hydrocarbons, Jean-Baptista Taty-Loutard.Desidério Costa, who arrived on Wednesday in Brazzaville, was received on the same day by the Congolese President, Denis Sassou N'Gouesso, ...
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South Africa: Gordon Igesund joins Maritzburg United
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A gene which apparently evolved to protect people from malaria increases their vulnerability to HIV infection by 40%, say US and UK scientists.People of African descent have a variation of the "DARC" gene which may interfere with their ability to fight HIV in its early stages.
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Malaria kills some 21,000 children under five each year, the UN says.
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Malaria kills some 21,000 children under five each year, the UN says.
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In March this year Iddar finally decided ...
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South Africa: SADC intervenes in Matatiele cross-boundary battle
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Zimbabwe: Church leaders call for swift action on ZimbabweChurch leaders in South Africa are urging a swift resolution to the Zimbabwean crisis, as thousands of refugees pour across the border into South Africa.Last week the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) warned government of an increase in the number of Zimbabwean refugees seeking asylum and has ...
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Libya: Hotels Minister Visits Infrastructures for CAN/2010Equatorial (joint candidacy), Libya and Nigeria.The capital cities of the provinces of Luanda, Cabinda, Benguela and Huíla will host the games of the African Cup of Nations....
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The Social Renewal Party (PRS), in eastern Lunda Sul province, Thursday presented its programme of governance, should it win next 5 September legislative elections.
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Zimbabwe: SA church leaders speak out on Zimbabwe crisisChurch leaders in South Africa are urging a swift resolution to the Zimbabwean crisis, as thousands of refugees pour across the border into the country.Last week the UNHCR warned government of an increase in the number of Zimbabwean refugees seeking asylum.The UN high commission for refugees has ... Read at SABCNews Archived: 2008-07-17
Zimbabwe: Mbeki and AU Chair to meet on ZimbabweZimbabwe: Mbeki and AU Chair to meet on Zimbabwe
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President Thabo Mbeki will meet African Union (AU) chairman Jean Ping on Friday to discuss the situation in Zimbabwe, the presidency said today.
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"The president called the meeting to brief the AU chairperson on the development in the negotiations in Zimbabwe," said spokesperson, Mukoni Ratshitanga.He said ... Read at SABCNews Archived: 2008-07-17
Angola: Head of State Receives Portuguese Premier
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hour audience Angolan head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, granted to visiting Portuguese prime minister, José Sócrates, Thursday in Luanda.
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hour audience Angolan head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, granted to visiting Portuguese prime minister, José Sócrates, Thursday in Luanda.
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hour audience Angolan head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, granted to visiting Portuguese prime minister, José Sócrates, Thursday in Luanda.
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based services sphere, João de Carvalho Santos Mesquita, occurred last Tuesday in South Africa.
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Illegal immigrants from the Great Lakes region are using Zimbabwe as a gateway into South Africa, reports the Herald Online.Chief immigration officer Clemence Masango told the Harare-based publication that a syndicate in Zimbabwe was helping illegal immigrants from Nigeria, Ethiopia, Burundi, Somalia, Eritrea, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic ...
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FORMER South African president FW de Klerk has put his 82ha wine farm in Paarl on the market for R35-million.
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Plans to legalise prostitution for the 2010 football World Cup in South Africa have been criticised by religious groups and opposition parties.
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Opposition Patriotic Front (PF) leader Michael Sata said people did not believe government reassurances the president was in a stable condition.
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South Africa: Angola: SADC Experts Prepare Ministerial Meeting In Durban
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Experts of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are gathered since Wednesday in Durban, South Africa, to prepare the documentation that will be submitted to the 10th ministerial conference of the organisation`s political, defence and security organ, se for Friday, in the same city.

AngolaPress - News

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According to the source, the travel and medical treatment costs of the singer is under the responsibility of Luanda`s Committee of the ruling MPLA party, in the person of its provincial First Secretary , Bento Bento.


AngolaPress - News

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Meanwhile, MPLA First Secretary for Luanda, Bento Sebastiao Bento, said gender equality is a concern which already deserved his party`s attention, quoting as example the enlistment of a great number of women in the party and Government structures.


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The improvement of the efficiency of the services rendered to the population by the companies operating in the aviation field was defended on Wednesday, in Luanda, as a premise for the increase of competitiveness among national and foreign air companies, thus, directly benefiting the country's economic development and reconstruction.

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The program of activities for this Thursday afternoon include themes such as "Air transportation operators", "Handling services in air transports", and "Catering services in air services".
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World Bank Grants USD 10 Million for Luanda-Sul Project(Courtesy of Angola Press Agency)
The World Bank, Wednesday, in Luanda, granted USD 10 million to the Brazilian firm Odebrecht to be invested in the urban development of the Luanda-Sul project that aims at minimizing housing shortage in the country.
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Ascribing to the president of the Republic the responsibility to lead the State, the Government and the Angolan Armed Forces, whereas the National Assembly, as an organ representative of all Angolans, will remain unicameral.In the economic domain, the MPLA proposal for the National Consensus Agenda stands for a model of sustainable development and a strategy that will seek the creation of a just, balanced and culturally development, with the elimination of poverty, misery and a significant reduction of poverty.The ruling party thus proposes as an absolute priority, the food security, based on the rapid reestablishment of the means of communication between the productive zones and the consumer centres, the revitalization of rural trade, timely provision of technical and material assistance and the involvement and mobilization of the peasants and local communities.Likewise, according to the document, some exporting crops and products should be launched, especially through the private firms.The document stresses that any model of development of Angola should consider the state of the economies of the neighboring countries and of those with which the country has an important volume of commercial transactions in Africa and world.
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The draft will be presented for public discussion between September and November this year, seeking contributions and suggestions for its final reading.
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Carlos Almeida from the Party to Support Democracy and Progress in Angola (PADPA) was served the sentence for protesting against his party's exclusion from a poll body set up to supervise Angola's first post-war elections in 2006.
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We will strongly protest against this decision," PADPA leader Carlos Leitão told AFP.
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Youth Told to Learn to Face Challenges(Courtesy of Angola Press Agency)
The chief assistant of Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) staff, Gen.
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Geraldo Sachipengo Nunda, Monday in Luanda called on the youths to learn to reason to incentive the observation of original data in face of a world in permanent change.
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In his address, the FAA general approached such topics as "Youth has to learn to think", "National Security", "Territory extension" and "HIV/Aids in Southern Africa.
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AIDS, malaria continue being alarming in Africa: WHO report
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The prevalence of AIDS and malaria is showing little or no sign of decline in Africa, according to a report from the World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa.
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The report, presented to the ongoing 55th session of the WHO Regional Committee for Africa here on Wednesday, said in southern Africa, AIDS prevalence is around 20 percent among pregnant women aged between 15 and 24 years.With regard to malaria the data on prevention and treatment are alarming.
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Sociologist and University lecturer, Victor Kajibanga, said that the Eduardo dos Santos governing style was determining for the affirmation, unity and stability of the Angolan State and contributed to the liberalization of other countries like Namibia, South Africa and East Timor.
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Lawyer Joao Pinto underlined that the firmness of the president has led to the State's stability and unity "without getting impressed", adding that the power of a Nation should be entrusted, through vote, to those that guarantee trust, like the one showed by the head of State.
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The economist and writer, Antonio Panguila, said that the journey of Jose Eduardo dos Santos and his adaptation to the changes that occurred in the world, without prejudice to the experiences acquired to improve the present and outline the future, make of him deserving to lead the State.
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Addressing the round table that served to celebrate the 63rd anniversary of the head of State, the writer was delivering the topic "The role of president Jose Eduardo dos Santos as the main guarantor of the consolidation of unity, democracy and national reconciliation."
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Warmly applauded by the audience, Bento Bento stated that with the attainment of peace, the head of State in on the right path to make of Angola a safer country and a good place to live in, having made his contribute against international terrorism.
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The Angolan government has over the past few months carried out a program to retrieve arms from civilians and asked Angolans to surrender weapons but the opposition and civil groups allege many weapons are still in circulation.At a conference on the preparation of elections that ends in Luanda on Wednesday, delegates are demanding a "a national plan of disarmament in the civil population" to address this problem.
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Timely increment of program funding, improved cooperation between the World Health Organizations (WHO) and various partners and a closer contact among the countries, through visits of promotion by heads of State and legislators to the regions, have contributed to the institutional improvement of the member States in 2004.This is contained in the appraisal report from the WHO's Africa office presented on Monday by the organization's regional director, Angolan Luis Gomes Sambo.The report also mentioned the implementation of key priority programs like the prevention and handling of Hiv/Aids, child diseases and their maternal complications, as well as the countries' improved capacity to handle natural disasters and emergencies caused by man, as factor that contributed for a better performance of health in Africa.In 2004, WHO started a regional action aimed at the systematic strengthening of the countries, with a view to better results in health, and carried out a deep analysis of the strategy documents of cooperation among the countries, seeking to guide and concentrate the operations at national and regional levels.
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Nigeria's Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru on Tuesday said his country's first deep water offshore oilfield will begin production next month and by next year it will help to ease supply shortages that have pushed world prices to near record levels.
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"Our own deep-water effort will start to bear fruit starting from September," he told reporters, referring to the Bonga field, which has been developed by the Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell 150 kilometres (85 miles) off the coast of the Niger Delta.
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Nigeria is already Africa's biggest oil producer, with exports of around 2.5 million barrels per day, and supplies more than ten percent of the United States' crude imports.Oil majors have made massive investments in deep offshore development and hope that within five years, when more new fields begin production, exports could pass four million barrels.Daukoru said recent hikes in the world oil price were a result of restricted US refinery capacity and increasing demand from China and India, but promised Nigeria and its OPEC ally Saudi Arabia would boost production.
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"Together with the efforts the Saudis are making and with our 250,000 barrels from Nigeria -- and Angola too is making efforts -- we'll have to wait six months before we see any impact.
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They are "Youth Policies - Decisive Factors for the development", "youth, peace and development", "juvenile crime: causes and consequences" and "social programs promoting the juvenile well-being".


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It may not be ready for an uprising on the scale of Tunisia or Egypt yet, but the tide is beginning to turn in Angola

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In Angola, 17 people, including several journalists, were arrested on Monday at the start of a demonstration in Independence Square in the capital, Luanda.
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Monday's short-lived protest in Luanda is in no way comparable with the extraordinary scenes witnessed in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
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Monday's short-lived protest in Luanda is in no way comparable with the extraordinary scenes witnessed in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
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Very few protesters showed up. However, people in Luanda say the atmosphere was extremely tense.
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"Angola is not Egypt.
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Angola is not Libya.
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Angola is not Tunisia," the MPLA provincial secretary to Luanda, Bento Bento, has insisted.
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Angola is not Tunisia," the MPLA provincial secretary to Luanda, Bento Bento, has insisted.
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In a bid to bolster confidence and outmanoeuvre the critics, MPLA officials organised pre-emptive "pro-peace" rallies across the country on Saturday.
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Meanwhile, in direct contradiction to article 47 of the new Angolan constitution, approved in January 2010, which grants all citizens the right to demonstrate peacefully, Bento Bento announced: "Whoever tries to demonstrate will be neutralised because Angola has laws and institutions and a good citizen understands the laws, respects the country and is a patriot.
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As Sousa Jamba, a journalist and member of Angola's main opposition party, Unita, wrote this week: "The scars of 1977, 1992, etc, have still not disappeared.
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In 1992, following Angola's first attempt at multiparty elections, civil war erupted once again when Unita leader Jonas Savimbi refused to accept the results.
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This state-sponsored violence, coupled with the fact that the 27-year civil war ended only in 2002, helps explain why opposition parties in Angola have been so reluctant to support this week's demonstration.
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("Out!"). To the delight of his fans, he described the regime as "a son of a bitch government" and ended his performance holding up a banner which read: "Ti Zé Tira o Pé: Tô Prazo Expirou Há Bwé! (Uncle Zé [the president], get out: your time ran out ages ago!). The crowd erupted into wild applause.
Although Angola is not ready for a revolution like Tunisia's or Egypt's, the past week suggests that the tide may be beginning to turn.
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As Rafael Marques, a journalist with an excellent track record for exposing corruption and human rights abuses across Angola, observes: "Opposition is frail, but unhappiness with the MPLA is overwhelming.

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