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Girabola
Girabola,[1] or Campeonato Nacional de Futebol em Séniores Masculinos, is the top division of Angolan football. It is organized by the Angolan Football Federation.[2] The league winner and runner-up qualify for the CAF Champions League.Contents1 Girabola
Girabola
ZAP 2 2016 Girabola
2016 Girabola
members 3 List of champions before independence 4 Since independence (Girabola) 5 Titles by team 6 Topscorers 7 Girabola
Girabola
participation details7.1 2000s 7.2 1979-19998 Rádio 5 Awards 9 See also 10 References 11 External links Girabola
Girabola
ZAP[edit] In January 2016, Angolan subscription TV satellite and cable provider ZAP, the Angolan Football Federation
Angolan Football Federation
(FAF) and the Girabola
Girabola
clubs, signed a three-year deal in which ZAP will have broadcast rights over all Girabola
Girabola
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Huila Province
Huíla is a province of Angola. It has an area of 79,023 square kilometres (30,511 sq mi) and a population of 2,354,398 (2014 census). Lubango is the capital of the province. Basket-making is a significant industry in the province; many make baskets out of reeds.[2]Contents1 History 2 Geography2.1 Municipalities3 Demographics 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] From the Portuguese Colonial War (1961–1975) to Angola's independence, and the subsequent civil war in Angola (1975-2002) Huíla was directly affected only during relatively short periods of time. Cassinga was abandoned by its European supervisors, and the mine fell into neglect during the ensuing Angolan Civil War. The following year it was occupied by the People's Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN), military wing of the South West African People's Organization.[3] PLAN subsequently adopted Cassinga as a staging point for insurgent raids on South-West Africa, about 250 kilometres to the south
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Lubango
Lubango
Lubango
is the capital city of the Angolan province of Huíla. Its last known population was 100,757. Until 1975, the city's official name was Sá da Bandeira.Contents1 History1.1 Portuguese rule 1.2 Post independence2 Economy 3 Transport 4 Education 5 Climate 6 Notable citizens 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] Portuguese rule[edit] In 1882 approximately one thousand of Portuguese settlers came from the island of Madeira
Madeira
to the area of current-day Lubango, Angola. These Portuguese farmers successfully developed the whole region and founded the settlement
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Angola
Coordinates: 12°30′S 18°30′E / 12.500°S 18.500°E / -12.500; 18.500 Republic
Republic
of Angola República de Angola  (Portuguese)FlagEmblemMotto: Virtus Unita Fortior  (Latin) (English: "Virtue is stronger when united")Anthem:  Angola
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Luanda
Coordinates: 8°50′18″S 13°14′04″E / 8.83833°S 13.23444°E / -8.83833; 13.23444LuandaCityView of Luanda
Luanda
bay, February 2013LuandaLocation of Luanda
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Ndalatando
N'dalatando (also spelt as Ndalatando; former official name: Vila Salazar) is a town and commune in the municipality of Cazengo, province of Cuanza Norte, Angola. It is also the seat of the Cazengo municipality and the provincial capital.[1] N'dalatando was named Salazar by the Portuguese colonial authorities in 1936, honoring the Portuguese dictator Salazar. This was later modified to Vila Salazar. On 28 May 1956, the town was elevated to the status of city (cidade in Portuguese). After gaining independence on 11 November 1975, the Angolan government gave it back the name N'dalatando, effective 18 July 1976. The history of the place is traced back to the 1840s.[2] The city is limited in the north by the river Luinha, and in the east, south and west by the Lucala River.[2] It is served by a station on the northern railway of Luanda Railway. The national road No
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Benguela
Benguela
Benguela
(Portuguese pronunciation: [bẽˈɡɛlɐ], São Felipe de Benguela, formerly spelled Benguella) is a city in western Angola, south of Luanda, and capital of Benguela
Benguela
Province.[1] It lies on a bay of the same name, in 12° 33’ S., 13° 25’ E
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Lobito
Lobito
Lobito
is a town and municipality in Benguela Province
Benguela Province
in Angola.[1] It is located on the Atlantic Coast north of Catumbela
Catumbela
Estuary.Contents1 History1.1 Portuguese rule 1.2 After independence from Portugal2 Climate 3 Transportation3.1 Port 3.2 Airports4 International Relations 5 ReferencesHistory[edit] It dates from 1905 and owes its existence to the bay of the same name having been chosen as the sea terminus of the Benguela railway
Benguela railway
to the far interior, passing through Luau to Katanga in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The city is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The population is 324,050 (2014) in an area of 3,648 km²
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Saurimo
Coordinates: 9°39′S 20°24′E / 9.650°S 20.400°E / -9.650; 20.400SaurimoMunicipality and townSaurimoLocation in AngolaCoordinates: 9°39′S 20°24′E / 9.650°S 20.400°E / -9.650; 20.400Country  AngolaProvince Lunda Sul ProvinceFounded 1956Elevation 1,081 m (3,547 ft)Population (2010) • Total 80,445Time zone WAT (UTC+1)Climate AwSaurimo (pre-1975: Henrique de Carvalho) is the capital of the Lunda Sul province of Angola, Saurimo has a population of approximately 200,000. The population has increased due to migrants fleeing areas affected by the civil war. Overview[edit] Formerly the town was known as Henrique De Carvalho, after the Portuguese explorer who visited the region in 1884 and contacted the local, and historically powerful, Lunda people. It is located in northeastern Angola at an elevation of 3,557 feet (1,081 m) above sea level
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Lunda Sul
Lunda Sul is a province of Angola. It has an area of 77,637 km² and a 2014 census population of 516,077.[1] Saurimo is the capital of the province.Contents1 Geography and climate 2 Economy and social issues 3 Demographics 4 References 5 External linksGeography and climate[edit] The Lunda Sul province is located in the extreme east of Angola, the capital of Saurimo located 946 kilometres (588 mi) by road east of the capital Luanda.[2] It is bordered to the north by Lunda Norte Province, to the east by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the south by Moxico Province and southwest by Bié Province, and to the west by Malanje Province. Municipalities include Cacolo, Dala, Muconda, and Saurimo.[1] The main road from Luanda to Lubumbashi traverses the province from west to east.[2] The province is dominated by dry savannah land; only in the Kasai River valley are there remnants of tropical rainforest
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Televisão Pública De Angola
Televisão Pública de Angola E.P. or TPA is the national broadcaster of the Southern African state of Angola. It also operates an international channel TPA Internacional. TPA is headquartered in the capital city Luanda and broadcasts in Portuguese language
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ZAP (satellite Television)
ZAP is a digital satellite television provider mainly for Portuguese speaking countries in sub-Saharan Africa. ZAP launched in Angola
Angola
in 2010, providing a subscription based TV service covering the sub-Saharan countries to south of Angola. ZAP operates from the Eutelsat W7 satellite, placed over Africa at 36,0 degrees East, broadcasting in DVB-S2 in five Ku band
Ku band
transponders with MPEG-4 compression and Nagravision encryption.[1] ZAP provides an unprecedented number of Portuguese-language channels for a region where Portuguese-speaking African countries
Portuguese-speaking African countries
account for more than 40 million people.[2] In order to subscribe to ZAP's television service a subscriber can use either one of the two available decoders. The "HD+" decodes the encrypted signal, provides an Electronic Programming Guide, High Definition image and 5.1 stereo sound
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Association Football
Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer,[a] is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. It is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries and dependencies, making it the world's most popular sport.[3][4][5][6] The game is played on a rectangular field with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to score by moving the ball beyond the goal line into the opposing goal. Players are not allowed to touch the ball with outstretched hands or arms while it is in play, unless they are goalkeepers within their penalty area. Other players mainly use their feet to strike or pass the ball, but may also use any other part of their body except the hands and the arms. The team that scores the most goals by the end of the match wins. If the score is level at the end of the game, either a draw is declared or the game goes into extra time or a penalty shootout depending on the format of the competition
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Huambo
Huambo, formerly Nova Lisboa (English: New Lisbon, 1928–1975), is the capital of the province of Huambo
Huambo
in Angola. The city is located about 220 km E from Benguela
Benguela
and 600 km SE from Luanda
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Libolo
Libolo is a town and municipality in Cuanza Sul Province in Angola.[1] The municipality is home to notable Angolan sports club Recreativo do Libolo. References[edit]^ "City councils of Angola". Statoids. Retrieved April 9, 2009. v t e Cuanza Sul ProvinceCapital: SumbeSumbeSumbe Gangula Gungo QuicomboAmboimGabela AssangoCassongueCassongue Atome Dumbi PampangalaCelaWaco Cungo Sanga Quissanga-CunjoCondaConda CunjoEboEbo Condé KassanjeLiboloCalulo Cabuta Munenga QuissongoMussendeMussende São Lucas QuienhaSelesUko-Seles Amboiva BoteraQuilendaQuilenda QuirimboPorto AmboimPorto Amboim CapoloQuibalaQuibala Cariango Dala Caxibo LonheThis Angola location article is a stub
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Kwanza Sul
Cuanza Sul Province or Kwanza-Sul is a province of Angola. It has an area of 55,660 square kilometres (21,490 sq mi) and a population of 1,881,873.[1] Sumbe is the capital of the province.Contents1 History 2 Geography 3 Administration 4 Economy and education 5 See also 6 References 7 Bibliography 8 External linksHistory[edit] The province was badly affected during the Angolan Civil War (1975–2002). A large number of civilians were killed in the clashes between National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) and Angolan Armed Forces (FAA). Coffee plantations and fields were destroyed. Frequent attacks forced people to leave their municipalities
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