Lisbon News

Attaendees at a Speed Meet Africa event discuss new opportunities

Goodbye Europe, Hello Africa: Frances Mensah Williams, Managing Editor, ReConnect Africa

When Ernestina Ellen Boadi resigned from her job as an Events Management Executive in London, it wasn’t because she planned to switch to a better job in the city.

The final look from Nadir Tati’s “40 years Of Independence” collection (Photo Credits: Rui Vasco)

At Portugal's Fashion Week ModaLisboa, It Was Angola That Reigned

It is one of Europe’s longest standing fashion weeks, initiated in 1991, and concluded its 44th edition over the past weekend. ModaLisboa is the bi-annual event in which Portugal’s fashion capital Lisbon gets to show what its local fashion industry is all about.

Isabel dos Santos

Angola's Isabel dos Santos shifts focus in Portugal from telecoms to banks

An attempt by Isabel dos Santos to orchestrate a merger of two of Portugal’s largest banks has a better chance of success than her past attempts to shake up Portugal Inc, analysts and industry sources say.

Nadir Tati

Nadir Tati: The Angolan Designer That Sells $10,000 Dresses

It’s the African cash cow that produces oil, diamonds and more recently, fashion.

Miguel Azevedo, Head of Investment Banking, Citigroup Africa

Citi's Head of African Investment Banking Miguel Azevedo preaches Africa's growth story

Because Miguel Azevedo spends two weeks each month traveling on the African continent, Citigroup’s head of African investment banking must get special permission from his firm to fly to countries affected by the Ebola crisis.

Construction cranes operate among new skyscrapers being built in the business district of Luanda, Angola

Angola’s $7 Billion Waterfront Project Seeks to Attract Hilton Hotels

Builders of a $7 billion waterfront development in Angola’s capital, Luanda, are seeking to attract an international hotelier such as Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. (HLT) to boost the profile of the project.

Pray for Portugal

Portugal indebted to Angola after economic reversal of fortune

The cash-strapped European nation is coming to terms with effects of heavy investment from its oil-rich former colony.