Heavy Rains Leave Scores Homeless in Angola

At least six people have been killed and thousands left homeless after their houses were destroyed following the heavy rains that hit Angola this year.

File Photo: Children walk on submerged foot paths as a result of flash floods.

  • Angola:  Bridge Over Nongola River Repaired

    Angola Press Agency, 1 January 2013

    The bridge over Nongola river on Caimbambo/Cayave road, central Benguela province, was restored over the weekend after 15 days stopped, following its collapsing, due to the heavy ... read more »

  • Angola:  INAMET Warns of Bad Weather in Some Regions

    Angola Press Agency, 31 December 2012

    The National Meteorology and Geophysics Institute (INAMET) warns that on 30 and 31 December there might be the occurrence of bad weather in four provinces of Angola's southern ... read more »

  • Angola:  Heavy Rains Kill 13 People, Injure 15

    Angola Press Agency, 28 December 2012

    Thirteen people died and 15 were injured in the southern Kuando-Kubango province, following the heavy rains throughout 2012. read more »

  • Angola:  Cussoi River Floods Destroy Plantations in Cela Municipality

    Angola Press Agency, 20 December 2012

    Over 400 hectares of cultures were destroyed following the floods recorded in November and December this year in Cussoi river, Cela district in the central Kwanza-Sul province. read more »

  • Angola:  More Than 100 Families Rehoused

    Angola Press Agency, 19 December 2012

    At least 135 residences were handed over on Wednesday in Onahumba ward, surroundings of Ondjiva, southern Cunene province, to the families of the victims of floods, in a ceremony ... read more »

  • Angola:  Rains Destroy Over Ten Houses in One Week in Kuito

    Angola Press Agency, 19 December 2012

    Heavy rains and winds that have hit the Bié region destroyed last week 13 houses in the Catemo ward, outskirts of Kuito City. read more »

  • Angola:  Inamet Warns of Bad Weather

    Angola Press Agency, 3 December 2012

    The National Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics (INAMET) has forecast for the coming 24 hours bad weather in seven provinces of the country, with pouring and 20 to 50 ... read more »

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