At Weatherford, we understand the value each individual brings to the table. We celebrate diversity in all its forms and are immensely proud of our workforce. Weatherford is looking for Account Manager to maintain safety across all areas of the business in Angola office.
ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES
Safety … Read More
GE drives the world forward by tackling its biggest challenges. By combining world-class engineering with software and analytics, GE helps the world work more efficiently, reliably, and safely. GE people are global, diverse, operating with the highest integrity and passion to fulfill GE’s mission and deliver for our customers. GE … Read More
Angola have joined the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF).
Angola have now become a member of the the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF). They are now the sixth African member to join the forum after Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea.
The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) is a transnational organization consisting … Read More
Rehabilitation works of the National Road Number 120 in progress after Evaluation by Minister
The rehabilitation works of National Road Number 120 got an evaluation from the Minister of construction. The Minister during a tour, evaluate the Highway which will connect Alto Dondo (Cuanza Norte) / Uaco Cungo (Cuanza Sul).… Read More
President João Lourenço announce plans to reconstruct national highways in Angola.
Angola government has declare plans to reconstruct all national road in the country. This road project will help in recovering the national road network, especially on national highways.
The statement was declare during the opening of the new Parliamentary … Read More
Tanzania will benefit from US-led initiative to invest in gas plants in Africa.
US companies will invest US $175 bn in gas power projects in Tanzania and eight other African countries. Other countries include Kenya, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Angola, Mozambique and South Africa.
The countries were picked for … Read More
GE is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry.
GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions … Read More
Angola moves from 11th to 5th in Africa hydropower ranking.
Hydro capacity in Angola have grown from 400MW in 2016 to 1,108MW in 2017. This progress have moved the country to become one of five (5) largest hydropower(s) in the continent.
The local Laúca and Cambambe dams are also responsible … Read More
Angola government to spend US$120 million for projects so as to boost it economy in the region of Africa.
Angola Government is making plans to invest fund into three different projects. The projects are the renovation of three turbines, rehabilitation of the Matala Electric Dam substation and electrification. Furthermore, the … Read More
Angola National Highway road repair set to kick-off after plans was complete.
The repair work on National Highway Road (EN-180) which will link Lumbala – Nguimbo to the city of Luena has kick-off. It was originally abandon due to challenges encounter during the onset of the project. It took over … Read More
Plans agreed for construction of cassinga monuments by both African nations.
The both nations has agreed plans to construct a cassinga monuments in two different localities. Meanwhile, the monuments will be located in Huíla Province and Chetequera in Cunene Province. It will also aim to honour the victims of the … Read More
Angola’s minister for media promise to find a solution for the construction of the national school of journalism after construction work stopped in 2016.
The construction of the school was made known by the minister of media João Melo during a tour in huambo. The tour was to check the … Read More
Angola government to rehabilitate over 7000km of road that will help interconnect the national road network.
The purpose of the rehabilitation is to interconnect the national road network in Angola that consists of 26,000km, of which 13,600 have benefited from rehabilitation and laying of asphalt for the first time, another … Read More
As Angola celebrated it’s 42nd Independence on August 11th, we took a look at the Portuguese speaking nation.
Located in the Southern part of Africa on the Atlantic coast, Angola is Africa’s Largest Oil Producer. Endowed with large oil reserve, the country has showed an impressive economic growth rate with … Read More
Projekta 2017 get positive assessment after different construction industries showcased their project with a turn-out of over 100 exhibitors.
Projekta is now the largest sector platform in establishing contacts and promoting products and services in the areas of Construction, Public Works, Urbanism and Architecture in Angola.
During the weekend, the … Read More
Angola new airport to build a sidewalk and curbs that will create an access road to the airport.
The new Luanda, Angola International Airport (Aeroporto Internacional de Angola) which is approximately 40 km southeast of the city centre in the Bom Jesus commune in Icolo e Bengo municipality in Luanda … Read More
Angola to Boost Telecommunications Service with Launch of First Satellite AngoSat-1
Mr. José Carvalho da Rocha, Angloa’s ICT Minister confirmed that Angola is set to launch into the orbit its first communications satellite (AngoSat-1) by the end of the year.
The satellite on commencement of operations will provide telecommunication services … Read More
Due to bad weather, 7 people are dead in a plane crash in Angola.
According to authorities on Monday, the plane that crashed in the romote corner of Angola that had seven people on-board was downed because of bad weather.
The Angola’s fire service said the Brazilian-built Embraer aircraft that … Read More
After spending cuts Angola’s state owned oil company saves $US1.7bn.
On Friday, Angola’s state owned oil company ( sonangol) said $1.7-billion has been saved and thanks to spending cuts since 2014 due to lower crude oil prices.
Due to the slump in oil prices, over the last three years oil … Read More