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About Dinamene
Dinamene Cruz is a Tv presenter based in Angola.

Currently working in TPA ( Public Television of Angola), presenting a weekly show, criating and produting  audiovusual content for tv and interviews. 

Communications  Coordinator  01/2019 to 12/2019 at Sanep Luanda, Angola.

Official Presenter of The Voice Angola 2015 MNet | Johannesburg

Intern Jounalist at Diário de Notícias 2006

Degree in communication sciences at Universidade Lusófona de Lisboa (2008). 

Professional Tv Course in news gathering,  precessing and presentation by CENJOR ( Centro Profissinal de Formação para Jornalistas, Lisboa, Portugal, 2008)
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English Spanish Portuguese
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Interview (Video / Broadcast) Live Reporting Fact Checking
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Angola’s diaspora tourism strategy: remembrance and revival

09 Dec 2022  |  euronews
Angola is tapping into its diaspora in the United States, where an estimated 12 million Americans are of Angolan descent, to promote tourism and cultural heritage along the Kwanza River corridor, a candidate for UNESCO World Heritage Site status. The initiative aims to honor the memory of millions of Africans who were enslaved and transported to the Americas, with Angola being a significant departure point. The country plans to host a Biennial Festival of Encounter and Reencounter of Africanity to discuss slavery and celebrate African contributions to global culture. Key figures include Afonso Vita, a human geography doctorate holder; João Lourenço, the President of Angola; Mary Elliott, Curator of American Slavery; Emmanuel Caboco, Deputy Director of Angola's National Institute of Cultural Heritage; and Doudou Diéne, former director of UNESCO's Department of Intercultural Dialogue.

The growth of agriculture in Angola

25 Nov 2022  |  pt.euronews.com
In Huíla province, Angola, a six-decade-old agricultural farm has successfully cultivated strawberries, with owner Yudo Borges being dubbed the 'king of strawberries'. The farm operates at an altitude of 2000 meters, providing ideal conditions free from pests and fungi, and uses spring water for irrigation. The majority of the strawberries are sold in Luanda's markets, with logistical challenges due to poor road conditions over a 1000 km distance. In Bengo province, Adérito Costa, known as the 'Pitaya king', has introduced pitaya or dragon fruit to Angola, focusing on sustainable production without chemicals. Wanderley Ribeiro, president of the Agricultural Association of Angola, highlights the country's potential as a producer and exporter of pitaya and other agricultural products, emphasizing the quality and taste that positions Angola competitively in the global market.

A diamond in the rough: Angola’s vast and growing potential as a fruit exporter

25 Nov 2022  |  www.africanews.com
Angola's favorable climate, soil, and water resources position it as a promising agricultural exporter. Key figures like Aderito Costa, known as the Pitaya King, and Yudo Borges, the Strawberry King, exemplify the country's potential through their innovative and community-focused farming practices. Despite logistical challenges, particularly in transportation, Angola's agricultural sector is poised for growth, driven by a new generation focused on meeting global market demands. The President of Angola’s Agricultural Association, Wanderley Ribeiro, underscores the vast potential in both the land and its people.

Angola's 'Strawberry and Dragon Fruit Kings'

25 Nov 2022  |  tr.euronews.com
Angolan green entrepreneurs Aderito Costa, known as the Dragon Fruit King, and Yudo Borges, the Strawberry King, are setting themselves apart in the competitive market through excellence, innovation, agricultural knowledge, and community development. In the southwestern Huila region, Borges has transformed a farm into a thriving strawberry field, training his team with experts from South Africa. He ships 2.5 to 3 tons of strawberries weekly to Luanda despite logistical challenges. Costa discovered dragon fruit in Brazil and introduced it to Angola 12 years ago, focusing on natural production without chemicals. The Angola Agricultural Association's President, Wanderley Ribeiro, acknowledges Angola's potential to become a significant producer and exporter of dragon fruit and other crops, with a new generation of producers looking beyond local demand to meet global market quality standards.

An uncut diamond: Angola's growing potential as a fruit exporter

25 Nov 2022  |  de.euronews.com
Angola boasts significant potential as an agricultural exporter due to its favorable year-round weather, soil, and water supply. The episode of Green Angola introduces Yudo Borges, known as the 'Strawberry King' in Huila province, and Aderito Costa, the 'Pitaya King,' who introduced dragon fruit to Angola 12 years ago from Brazil. Both entrepreneurs see great export potential with increased investment. Borges' farm, which has transitioned from flower cultivation and cattle to strawberries, benefits from ideal growing conditions and sells most of its produce to supermarkets in Luanda, despite logistical challenges. Costa focuses on sustainable production near Luanda, avoiding chemicals. Angola is seen as an 'uncut diamond' in agricultural production, with a new generation of entrepreneurs aiming to meet global market quality standards.

The 'King of Pitaya' and the 'King of Strawberry' bet on the great agricultural potential of Angola

25 Nov 2022  |  es.euronews.com
Angolan ecological entrepreneurs Aderito Costa, the 'King of Pitaya,' and Yudo Borges, the 'King of Strawberry,' are leveraging Angola's agricultural potential, particularly in fruit production. Borges' farm in Huila has transitioned from flower cultivation and cattle raising to successful strawberry farming, benefiting from ideal climate conditions and natural spring water irrigation. Most of the strawberries are sold in Luanda's markets. Costa, who introduced pitaya to Angola after discovering it in Brazil, focuses on natural production methods. Wanderley Ribeiro, president of the Agricultural Association of Angola, recognizes the country's potential as a major producer and exporter of pitaya and other crops, emphasizing the quality and taste that position Angola competitively in the global market.

A diamond in the rough: Angola’s vast and growing potential as a fruit exporter

25 Nov 2022  |  euronews.com
Angola, with its favorable climate and resources, is poised to become a significant agricultural exporter. Aderito Costa and Yudo Borges, known as the Pitaya and Strawberry Kings respectively, have distinguished themselves through their commitment to excellence and sustainable practices. In Huila Province, Borges' farm produces strawberries year-round, while Costa's farm in Bengo Province focuses on pitaya, valued for its health benefits. Despite logistical challenges, most production is aimed at the Luanda market. The President of Angola’s Agricultural Association, Wanderley Ribeiro, emphasizes the potential in Angola's people and the global demand for quality produce, suggesting a bright future for the country's agricultural sector.

Angola's Effort to Become a Global Fruit Exporter

25 Nov 2022  |  parsi.euronews.com
Angola is experiencing a rise in fruit cultivation, with authorities and entrepreneurs like Adrito Costa and Yudo Borges leading the way in hopes of becoming major fruit exporters in the global market. Costa, known as the 'Dragon Fruit Sultan,' introduced pitaya from Brazil to Angola and focuses on natural cultivation methods. Borges, the 'Strawberry Sultan,' manages a large farm in Huila Province, utilizing ideal climate conditions and local labor trained by South African experts. Vanderlei Ribeiro, head of Angola's Agricultural Association, believes in the country's potential to export pitaya and other fruits, aiming to meet international market demands.

The Strawberry King and the Pitaya King: Two Angolan Entrepreneurs Bet on Their Country's Agricultural Potential

25 Nov 2022  |  arabic.euronews.com
In Angola, entrepreneurs Adérito Costa and Yudo Borges are leveraging the country's agricultural potential, specifically in fruit production. Costa, known as the Pitaya King, introduced dragon fruit to Angola 12 years ago, focusing on natural production methods. Borges, the Strawberry King, has a 60-year-old farm in Huila, where he grows strawberries under ideal conditions and exports them to Luanda. Both entrepreneurs emphasize innovation, excellence, and community development in their agricultural practices. Angola is seen as a raw diamond in agricultural production, with significant potential for quality and export.

Angolan farmers bet on green

25 Nov 2022  |  euronews
Angolan farmers Aderito Costa, known as the 'pitaya king', and Yudo Borges, the 'strawberry king', stand out for their commitment to values, innovation, and advanced agricultural technologies. Borges' farm, with a 60-year history, has transitioned from cattle and flowers to becoming renowned for strawberries, benefiting from ideal conditions for year-round harvests and natural irrigation. Costa, who introduced pitaya to Angola 12 years ago, focuses on ecological production without chemicals. The Agricultural Association of Angola's head, Vanderlei Ribeiro, sees great potential for Angola in pitaya production and export, highlighting the quality and taste of local produce and the emergence of professionals interested in meeting global market demands.

American family traces the path of ancestors taken as slaves from Angola

11 Nov 2022  |  tr.euronews.com
A family from Hampton, Virginia, embarked on a historic journey in Angola to trace the steps of their ancestors, Antoney and Isabel, who were taken as slaves from the Ndongo Kingdom in Angola in 1619. The American family of Angolan descent followed the possible last steps of their ancestors from Malanje to the Atlantic. They visited significant sites such as the Calandula Falls and Pedras Negras, reflecting on the beauty of their ancestral land and the history of Queen Njinga's resistance against the Portuguese slave trade. The Tucker family's journey highlighted both the beauty of Angola and its poignant history, with hopes of raising awareness and advocating for UNESCO recognition of the Kwanza corridor as a World Heritage site.

Angolan artist Guilherme Mampuya: from attorney to Turner?

04 Nov 2022  |  www.euronews.com
Guilherme Mampuya, an Angolan artist who transitioned from a legal career, has gained recognition for his vibrant and distinctive style that blends African motifs with influences from artists like Picasso and Dubuffet. His work, which often incorporates Angolan history, is displayed globally and supported by significant investments from companies like Fidelidade Angola. Mampuya aims to establish a museum for African art and dreams of painting the control tower of Luanda's new airport, reflecting his ambition to make a lasting impact on Angolan art.

Angolan artist Guilherme Mampuya: from attorney to Turner?

04 Nov 2022  |  www.africanews.com
Angolan artist Guilherme Mampuya, formerly a lawyer, has become one of Africa's most celebrated artists with a distinctive style featuring vibrant African colors and Angolan motifs. His work, inspired by Picasso and Dubuffet, is admired globally and includes plans for a museum of Angolan art. Fidelidade Angola has invested significantly in his art, and Mampuya dreams of decorating the control tower of Luanda's new airport to welcome tourists with a representation of Angolan strength and light.

TAAG: Angola's airline takes off with a new CEO and new alliances

28 Oct 2022  |  it.euronews.com
Angola's national airline, TAAG, is undergoing a transformation with a new management team, a partnership with Iberia Airlines, and plans to make Luanda a global cargo hub. The airline has introduced new destinations and received positive feedback from passengers like diamond trader Antonio Oliveira. CEO Eduardo Fairen is leading the change, aiming to expand TAAG's reach globally. The partnership with Iberia will enhance access to destinations in Europe and the Americas. Angola is also building a new airport in Luanda, set to open next year, which will serve as a significant hub in West Africa. TAAG is planning to privatize by 2025 to raise capital for expansion, with investor confidence being a key factor for success.

TAAG reborn: Angola’s airline with a new CEO, routes and global alliance

28 Oct 2022  |  www.africanews.com
Angola's national airline, TAAG, is undergoing a transformation with a new management team, a partnership with Iberia Airlines, and plans for new destinations. The airline aims to make Luanda a global cargo hub and is improving service and comfort for passengers. TAAG's CEO, Eduardo Fairen, is leveraging his experience to revitalize the airline, which now enjoys full certification by European regulators. The code-sharing agreement with Iberia will extend TAAG's global reach. Angola is also constructing a new airport in Luanda to handle 15 million passengers annually, positioning it as a major hub in Africa. TAAG plans to privatize by 2025 to support its expansion, with investor confidence being key to this strategy.

Ambitious Plan for Angolan Airlines to Become a Major Player in Air Transport in Africa

28 Oct 2022  |  arabic.euronews.com
Angolan Airlines (TAAG) is undergoing a significant transformation to become a major player in African air transport. With a new management team, a partnership with Iberia, and plans to make Luanda a global hub, the airline is expanding its reach. The company currently offers numerous domestic and international destinations and aims to privatize by 2025 to raise capital for further growth. The new Antonio Agostinho Neto Airport in Luanda, set to open next year, will support this expansion. Key stakeholders express optimism about TAAG's future, highlighting improved services and strategic partnerships.

TAAG reborn: Angola’s airline with a new CEO, routes and global alliance

28 Oct 2022  |  www.euronews.com
Angola's national airline, TAAG, is undergoing a significant transformation under the leadership of new CEO Eduardo Fairen. The airline has formed a strategic partnership with Iberia Airlines, expanding its reach to new international destinations and enhancing its services. TAAG is also planning to privatize by 2025 to raise capital for further expansion. The new Antonio Agostinho Neto airport in Luanda is set to become a major hub in Africa, capable of handling 15 million passengers annually. The article highlights the positive developments and future prospects for TAAG, positioning it as a key player in the global aviation industry.

Exploring Angola: The Social Benefits of the Peace Prize Ceramic Factory

30 Sep 2022  |  www.africanews.com
The Peace Prize Ceramic Factory in Bié Province, Angola, aims to diversify income sources, contribute to GDP, and create employment opportunities, particularly for veterans and youth. The factory will produce building materials and kitchenware, and its development includes a school, health center, and infrastructure improvements. The project is seen as a means to secure peace and foster social integration post-conflict, with positive impacts already being felt in the community.

Mine clearance in Angola: Impetus for revival and economy

16 Sep 2022  |  de.euronews.com
The Mines Advisory Group (MAG) is actively involved in clearing landmines in Angola, facilitating economic growth in areas previously hindered by remnants of past conflicts. The NGO's efforts, supported by the Angolan government, have cleared over 10 million square meters of minefields, enabling the reconstruction of infrastructure, businesses, and agriculture. The initiative has employed former mine victims to raise awareness and has directly benefited over seventy thousand Angolans in 2021 alone. The clearance has unlocked agricultural potential and allowed for the development of tourism and construction, with additional improvements such as street lighting and solar panels.

Regreening Angola: raising tree seedlings and awareness for reforestation

02 Sep 2022  |  www.euronews.com
In Angola's Bié Province, the Reforestation Reform project by the Armed Forces is raising tree seedlings to combat deforestation and promote reforestation. The initiative employs youth and veterans, raises awareness about deforestation, and develops new tree varieties to adapt to climate change. Under the National Afforestation and Reforestation Strategy, Angola planted one million mangroves in 2021 as part of the African Union's Africa Adaptation Initiative. Augusto FUTI, Head of Research and Development, emphasizes the importance of genetic improvement and adaptive capacity studies for various species to protect against environmental catastrophes.

Angola's ambitious reforestation program paints the future green

02 Sep 2022  |  pt.euronews.com
Angola's Armed Forces have developed a committed reforestation program in the Bié Province, aiming to reforest over 100,000 hectares of deforested land nationwide. Over one million tree species have been planted, with a focus on increasing saplings and awareness for reforestation. The program includes research for new tree varieties suitable for Angola's climates and involves long-term planning, including integrating youth in the coming decades of work. The project, especially in the city of Chipeta, is essential for restoring natural habitats and increasing awareness of the need for reforestation in Angola.

Regreening Angola: raising tree seedlings and awareness for reforestation

02 Sep 2022  |  africanews.com
In Angola's central Bié Province, the Reforestation Reform project by the Armed Forces is cultivating tree seedlings to combat deforestation. Angola, once a breadbasket, faces deforestation challenges, particularly from mining. The initiative employs youth and veterans, promotes deforestation awareness, and develops resilient plant varieties. As part of the National Afforestation and Reforestation Strategy of 2020, Angola planted one million mangroves in 2021, contributing to the African Union's Africa Adaptation Initiative against climate change. Augusto FUTI emphasizes the importance of genetic studies and educating children on the significance of reforestation for environmental protection.

Angola; Africa's Leading Country in Reforestation

02 Sep 2022  |  parsi.euronews.com
Angola is leading Africa in reforestation efforts with a project in Bié province aimed at greening barren areas. The initiative, led by the Angolan Armed Forces, addresses deforestation caused by diamond mining and promotes employment and public awareness. The project, part of Angola's national reforestation strategy, includes planting one million mangrove seedlings in 2021. Key figures like Esmeraldo Boaventura Sakulukoso, Avelina Katembo da Costa, and Augusto Futi emphasize the project's long-term benefits, including climate adaptation and genetic research on plant species.

An ambitious project to reforest 100,000 hectares of forests threatened by desertification

02 Sep 2022  |  arabic.euronews.com
The Angolan Armed Forces are leading an ambitious reforestation project in the Bié province of Angola, aiming to reforest 100,000 hectares of land affected by desertification. Over a million trees have been planted, with efforts focusing on areas stripped of vegetation due to diamond mining. The project involves extensive research and development to find tree species suitable for Angola's changing climate. Key figures like Izmeraldo Sakolokoso, Evalina de Costa, and Augusto Foti emphasize the long-term benefits and the importance of involving future generations in environmental conservation.

Energy in Angola: growing all sources for an energy-secure future

15 Jul 2022  |  www.africanews.com
Angola, Southern Africa's second-largest oil and gas producer, is positioning itself as an energy superpower by expanding its renewable energy sources, including solar, wind, and hydropower. Major international companies like TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil, along with the national producer Somoil, are investing heavily in both traditional and renewable energy sectors. The Angolan government supports these efforts with stable regulatory and tax policies. TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil have long-standing operations in Angola, contributing significantly to the country's energy production and workforce development. The shift towards renewables is evident, with projects like solar power plants and efforts to eliminate gas flaring. Angola's geographical advantages and resource availability make it well-suited to become a leading energy producer in Africa.

Angolan wine and rum producers passionate about grapes want to go global

01 Jul 2022  |  tr.euronews.com
Angolan enterprises Vale do Bero and Caxaramba, specializing in wine and rum production respectively, are looking to expand their market reach globally. Vale do Bero, located in Namibe, is the region's sole red wine producer, while Caxaramba operates in Benguela as a rum distillery. Both companies attribute their success to the domestic market demand but have aspirations to enter international markets. Vale do Bero, managed by Paulo Murias and his cousin Luis Filipe Madeira, produces 80,000 bottles of wine annually, favoring Portuguese grape varieties. Caxaramba, led by Ricardo Guerra, aims to increase its rum production from 50,000 liters to 500,000 liters within ten years and establish its brand globally.

Angolan producers bet on the global wine and rum market

01 Jul 2022  |  pt.euronews.com
Two Angolan companies, Vale do Bero and Caxaramba, are making significant strides in the global wine and spirits market. Vale do Bero is recognized as the only producer of red wine in Angola, while Caxaramba is noted for its rum production. Their efforts highlight Angola's growing presence in these industries.

Angolan winemakers are looking to conquer the global market after domestic success

01 Jul 2022  |  parsi.euronews.com
Angolan winemakers, including Vale do Bero and Caxaramba, are leveraging domestic success to target global markets. Vale do Bero, led by Paulo Morais, benefits from fertile land and favorable climate, producing 80,000 bottles annually. Caxaramba, under Ricardo Guerra, aims to increase production from 50,000 to 500,000 liters annually, emphasizing the unique qualities of their products. Both companies are optimistic about their potential for international expansion.

People power and creativity drive facelift of Angola’s port of Moçamedes

17 Jun 2022  |  africanews.com
Ema Samali da Silva, Vice-Governor of Namibe Province, has initiated an urban renewal project in Moçamedes, Angola, revitalizing the city by transforming old structures into cultural centers and employing street artists to decorate the cityscape. The project, which includes public, private, and civil society partnerships, aims to foster community spirit, celebrate the city's history, and stimulate tourism and business. Local businesses are producing paints for the project, which is also creating jobs and involving the community in the beautification process.

Moçamedes city in Angola is revitalized through urban transformation

17 Jun 2022  |  tr.euronews.com
Moçamedes, a city in Angola's Namibe region, is undergoing a renaissance through urban transformation, driven by public, private, and civil society collaboration. The initiative, led by Namibe Deputy Governor Ema Samali da Silva, aims to foster a collective spirit and revitalize the city's historic center. The project involves local artists like Johannas Silas and Paulo Daniel, who are contributing to the city's aesthetic renewal. This transformation also provides job opportunities for the local community, including businesses producing a wide range of paints.

An ‘eye-opening’ discovery: Jazz drummer Gregory Hutchinson discovers ancestral past

03 Jun 2022  |  www.africanews.com
Luanda, once a trading outpost for the Kongo and Ndongo Kingdoms, is embracing its historical significance, particularly for the Angolan Diaspora. American jazz drummer Gregory Hutchinson visited Luanda, performing and exploring his ancestral roots. His journey included a visit to the National Museum of Slavery, guided by Carlos Bumba of TAC Tour Angola. The article highlights Angola's cultural contributions to American culture and the historical resistance led by Queen Njinga against Portuguese colonizers. Luanda is also developing Queen Njinga Street as a key tourist attraction.

An ‘eye-opening’ discovery: Jazz drummer Gregory Hutchinson discovers ancestral past

03 Jun 2022  |  euronews
Jazz drummer Gregory Hutchinson visited Luanda, Angola, to connect with his ancestral past and performed a concert there. He explored the city's cultural spaces and the National Museum of Slavery, which exhibits artefacts from the slave trade. Carlos Bumba, founder of TAC Tour Angola, guided Hutchinson through Luanda's history, including its colonial architecture and the legacy of slavery. Architect Paulo Furtado discussed the renovation of Luanda's waterfront and the promotion of Queen Njinga Street as a tourist attraction. The visit highlighted Angola's contribution to American culture and the historical struggle against Portuguese colonizers led by Queen Njinga.

Angola's 'atom ants' chase their dreams

13 May 2022  |  tr.euronews.com
In Luanda, Angola, the Formigas do Cazenga sports school, established through a collaboration between Angola, France, and former NBA star Tony Parker, helps young people pursue their dreams. Founded by Coach Eduardo Fonseca, the school emphasizes creativity, ethics, and cultural values. Star player Sara Caetano has transferred to Tony Parker's basketball school in Lyon. Parker, who supports various charitable organizations, aims to help children achieve their dreams through his academy.

Camunga, the small orchestra that grew big

29 Apr 2022  |  it.euronews.com
The Camunga Symphony Orchestra has transformed the lives of thousands of young Angolans over the past decade, offering an escape from the streets, drugs, and prostitution. Founded by Ntumba Malamba Camunga, the orchestra started small with five children and has grown to 450 students, many of whom have become teachers themselves. The students are also required to teach others, fostering a sense of responsibility. Despite challenges, such as Kelson's temporary relapse into bad habits, the program has been successful in changing behaviors and instilling a love for music, as seen in the dedication of students like Delcio, who travels 56 kilometers daily to attend the music school.

Angola sets its sights on the global coffee market

15 Apr 2022  |  www.euronews.com
Angola is re-emerging in the global coffee market with companies like Café Cazengo and Fazenda Vissolela leading the charge. Café Cazengo, established by an Angolan with a family history in coffee farming, is expanding production with the help of 500 local growers, mainly exporting to the U.S. Fazenda Vissolela, a larger commercial farm, is focusing on specialty Arabica coffee and expects to significantly increase production by 2025. Both companies benefit from Angola's ideal coffee-growing conditions, such as high altitude and abundant water. The EU-UN programme and research by Cirad support the sector's growth, with the government and international institutions motivated to revitalize this industry. Angola's coffee production has already seen a 34% increase in 2019-2020, indicating a promising future for the country's coffee market.

Angola sets its sights on the peak with coffee exports

15 Apr 2022  |  tr.euronews.com
Angola's coffee, once a major economic driver, is making a comeback after disruptions caused by civil war. Two companies, Café Cazengo and Fazenda Vissolela, are expanding in historic coffee-producing regions with the goal of reestablishing Angola as a top coffee exporter. Café Cazengo, founded by a local with a family history in coffee farming, exports mainly to the United States and works with local producers to improve production and living standards. Fazenda Vissolela, one of the largest commercial farms, focuses on Arabica coffee, aiming to double production yearly. Angola's favorable geography and altitude make it an ideal coffee-growing location. International experts and research groups like CIRAD see great potential in Angola's coffee sector, which is supported by government and international organizations, signaling a bright future for the industry.

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