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Dr Gilbert Balibaseka Bukenya, vice president of the Republic of Uganda visits Cuba

Dr. Balibaseka Bukenya expressed his satisfaction with the meeting during this, his first visit to Cuba, accompanied by Alintuma Nsambu, minister of information technology. Read More

Cuba and South .Africa increase social collaboration

South African Social Development Minister Zola Skweyiya and Cuban Labor and Social Security Minister Alfredo Morales signed an agreement here on Monday to train the personnel that will take care of vulnerable groups in South Africa. Read More

Angola: talk on angolan pantheon in Cuba happens Friday

The expert will focus his lecture on the notable perpetuation, in that Caribbean island, of the ritual practices named Reglas del Palo Congo and Mayombe. Read More

Angolans that study in Cuba ready to work anywhere in Angola

The students were studying in Cuba under a scholarship of the National Institute of Scholarships (INAB), in the fields of medicine, engineering, economics and physical training. Read More

Nigeria, Cuba collaborate on ethanol production

This sugar producing country is ready to share its expertise in the production of varieties of sugar cane, and alternative source of energy with Nigeria. Read More

Cuban doctors arrive to Algeria

They are part of a plan to build and manage seven high-tech ophthalmologic centres in the High Plateau area and in the Algerian Sahara. Read More

Cuban doctors reduce infant mortality in Angola

The physicians that arrived recently to Angola have improved primary care in outlying municipalities of Cacuaco, Sambizanga, Viana, Samba, Kilambi Kilaxi and Cazenga. Read More

Nigeria will receive ethanol-making technology from Cuba

The Cuban government was ready to transfer the sugarcane-based ethanol-making technology to Nigeria, said Elio Olivia, the Cuban Ambassador to Nigeria, here on Monday. Read More

Museum of the Slave Route preserves African legacy

The Museum of the Slave Route, located in Matanzas, city 100 km east of Havana, is an institution created by local authorities to preserve the contributions of the African continent to our country. Declared a National Monument of the Republic in 1978, the Castle of San Severino, an 18th-century Spanish military fort, houses the Museum, a UNESCO project that has been developed since 1994. Read More

Cuba celebrates Day of Africa

Ambassadors and other members of the diplomatic corps from 17 African nations accredited in Cuba visited the Slave's Route Museum as part of celebrations for the Day of Africa. Read More

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