The Benguela railway is operated by the Caminho de Ferro de Benguela (CFB) that connects the Atlantic port of Lobito, Angola, to the eastern bordertown of Luau and to the rail networks of south-eastern DR Congo, of Zambia and beyond.
MSTelcom is a subsidiary of Sonangol Group, the state petroleum company of Angola. MSTelcom provides a range of telecommunications services for the oil industry as well as for residential and corporate clients. Its name comes from "Mercury Telecommunication Services SARL". Its competitors include Angola Telecom.
SONANGOL is a parastatal (a partially state-owned corporation or government agency, cf. national oil company) that oversees petroleum and natural gas production in Angola. The group has many subsidiaries. The subsidiaries generally have Sonangol as a primary client, along with other corporate, commercial and individual clients. Angola is estimated to have over 5 billion barrels of offshore and coastal petroleum reserves, and new discoveries are outpacing consumption by a 5 to 1 ratio.
SonAir Airline Services, S.A. (SonAir Serviço Aéreo), known as SonAir, is a subsidiary of Sonangol Group, the National Petroleum Company of Angola. Its core business is helicopter transportation services to the oil industry operating in Angola, by ferrying people from and to onshore and offshore facilities, and beyond that they also provide worldwide air services to other business and or single entities. Occasionally the company provides charter services within Africa.
Secil Marítima, a flagship in Angolan shipping, operates the terminals at Lobito, Luanda and Namibe ports. The company has increased its shipping activities since the signing of the country’s peace treaty in 2002, and is now a leader in freight forwarding. The company specializes in providing maritime transport for goods and passengers up and down the Angolan coast, and is responsible for the transportation of all the goods imported by the state.
Endiama (Empresa de Diamantes de Angola) is the national diamond company of Angola and it is the exclusive concessionary of mining rights in the domain of diamonds. Arnaldo de Sousa Calado is the president of the corporation. The company is based at the Edificio Endiama in Luanda.
Angola Telecom is a telecommunications and Internet service provider of Angola. Subsidiaries of Angola Telecom include: Movicel, offering mobile phone service and Movinet, offering internet access; ELTAngola, Empresa de Listas Telefonicas de Angola, an online telephone directory; Multitel, a portal offering a wide range of internet services; TVCabo, offering on-line television programming. MSTelcom is a competitor of Angola Telecom.
The Luanda Railway, also Luanda Railways and Caminhos de Ferro de Luanda (CFL), is a railway in Angola and was also formerly called the Angola railway. From its terminal at the Atlantic port of Luanda the railway goes inland east to Malanje, without reaching the DRC. The civil war left the railway non-functional, and it is being rehabilitated by a Chinese company that expects its project to be completed by the fall of 2007.
The Angolan Stock Exchange is a proposed stock exchange in Angola. First announced in 2006, the Stock Exchange was hoping to open during the first quarter of the 2008 fiscal year, though in August 2008 Aguinaldo Jaime said that the launch would be "a task for the next government... maybe late 2008 or the beginning of 2009".