Chicala-Cholohanga - Considered one of central Huambo proivnce’s localities with a major potential to develop agriculture and livestock, Chicala-Cholohanga municipality is strongly committed to feeding the country at medium term.
Saurimo - Since peace was achieved in 2002, Angola entered the route of Africa’s tourist destinations, which has motivated the Government to create policies for the modernisation and expansion of the hotel network and update legislation.
Lubango - The attainment of peace 15 years ago set a relevant turn in southern Huila province that has since recorded an increment in investments in the main factors of economic and social growth, resulting in increased and improved goods and services.
Huambo - The signs of economic and social growth in the municipality of Longonjo, 64 kilometres west of the capital of central Huambo province, as a result of the 15 years of peace, are returning the hope to the population, by turning the place into a safe and reliable place for public and public investment.
Lubango - Fish farming in southern Huila province has begun to make great strides , which is expected to contribute to the diversification of the local economy, to the fight against famine and poverty and creation of direct and indirect jobs.
Luvu (Zaire) - The cross-border Luvu market records on Saturdays the presence of Angolan wholesalers and retailers of national make goods and others who buy clothing, footwear, jewelry, electric appliances, creams, cell-phone sets and “super-wax” fabrics from Congolese traders.
Huambo - Central Huambo province was in the colonial era the country’s major industrial estate, only second to Luanda, at a time it was called “Nova Lisboa”. Almost everything was produced here, from footwear, beer, soft drink and there were also several agricultural products processing plants.
Cuito - Farming has all along been a dominant activity in central Bié province, with family or substance agriculture being since the early days in the centre of life in the region.
Cuito - If history left indelible marks of the days when people had to flee for their lives or seek to fight the bullets that flew in all directions, with landmines scattered everywhere in a pure survival effort, right now the situation has changed.