Namibe: The Angolan market gained recently two canned food plants of tuna, sardines and horse mackerel, which can soon be exported to the European market, said Friday the Fisheries minister, Victoria Barros Neto in Tômbwa Municipality, south-western Namibe Province.
Soyo - The direct benefits of the Combined Cycle of Soyo, in the northern Zaire Province, includes the thorough electrification of this region by the year 2018, guaranteed last Thursday the minister of Energy and Waters, João Baptista Borges.
Tômbwa- Two new plants operating on the production of fisheries in cans, cold-storage and conservation were inaugurated last Friday in the south-western Namibe Province by the minister of Fisheries, Vitória de Barros Neto.
Soyo - The Environment minister Fátima Jardim highlighted the dual importance of the Soyo Combined Cycle, implemented in northern Zaire province to produce clean energy and is a possible project to obtain carbon credits.
Lubango - Angolan Government will release this year USD 125 million for the construction of six regional technical-vocational schools of hotel and tourism, as part of training programme for the sector.
London - The price of Brent crude-oil, a benchmark product kept in stock for delivery in October, this Friday opened low in the London Market, with the barrel being traded at USD 50.85, showing a variation of 0.63 in relation to last Thursday.
Luanda - The flyover of the urban district of Sambizanga, located next to its administration, is going to be opened this Friday in Luanda to traffic in order to facilitate road transportation in the capital city.
Cacuso - The first Industrial Hub of Cacuso municipality, Northern Malanje province, was inaugurated Thursday by the Industry Minister, Bernarda Martins, under the rural industry promotion programme in the country (PROFIR).
Benguela - Agricultural inputs to support the 2017/2018 campaign were delivered on Thursday to authorities of the central Benguela province at a ceremony attended by the Secretary of State for Agriculture, Amaro Tati.