Angola: New Officials of Culture Ministry Sworn In

Luanda — At least fifteen officials of the Ministry of Culture were installed into office, Monday, in Luanda, by Minister Rosa Cruz e Silva, under the new dynamics of the institution.

On the occasion, that were sworn in directors of offices, secretary general and advisers, minister Rosa Silva stressed the need for new staff to dedicate themselves to their work with zeal and dedication to achieve the goals envisaged.

She called for the same pace of the ministry, taking into account the appreciation of national culture and that it can take high the Angolan identity.

For the secretary general of the Ministry of Culture was sworn in Luzia Julio Joao, Euridice Barros for the position of director of the office of minister and Teresa Bento as deputy director of the office of the minister.

Francisco Mateus Pedro was sworn in as director of the center for documentation and information, while Ana Clara Guerra Marques as advisor to the Minister and Catarino Rodriguez as director of the Office of the Secretary of State.

Emanuel Passo heads the department of protocol and Domingas Cahango as advisor to the Secretary of State.

Hélder Epalanga holds the post of national director of copyright, João Lourenço was sworn in as Director of the National Library of Angola, Vlademiro Fortuna is the new director of the Museum of Slavery, while Francisca Adelaide da Costa is the director of the Natural History Museum.

There were also installed into office the deputy directors of the National Film Firm, of the National Institute of Cultural Industries and the National Library of Angola, namely Domingos Magalhães, Gabriel Cabuço and Francisco Pinheiro, respectively.

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