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Sun, 05 May 2019 12:07 - Updated Sun, 05 May 2019 12:07

Malanje: "Lucky Man" Farm Harvests Four Thousand Tons of Rice

Malanje - Four thousand tons of rice were harvested and processed this year by the ?Lucky Man? farm, a private initiative located in Cambo Sunjinje, Cahombo municipality, northern Malange province.

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means for the 2018/2019 agricultural campaign

Photo: sofer Kanguami

With an investment of US $ 28 million, the project is located in an area of ??100 thousand hectares, 13 thousand of which are in operation.


The farm that allowed the creation of 500 jobs in three years.


In addition to rice, the farm also produces manioc (which is transformed into flour) and fruits on a large scale.


The Minister of Commerce, Jofre Van-dúnem, who visited the farm  praised the initiative and emphasized that these  are the initiatives that the country needs to reduce the importation of basic basket products.

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