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Tue, 11 Sep 2018 16:27 - Updated Tue, 11 Sep 2018 16:28

Luanda/Bengo: President sacks economic special zone administrator

Luanda - Angolan head of State João Lourenço on Tuesday fired José de Castro Paiva João from the position of administrator of the Society of Development of the Luanda/Bengo Economic Special Zone (ZEE).

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President of Republic, João Lourenço

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The information is expressed in a press release from the President's Civil Affairs' Office, reached Angop Tuesday.

João Lourenço appointed the Executive Administrators of the Society of Development of the Luanda/Bengo Economic Special Zone (ZEE), the source stressed.

They are Álvaro da Cunha Cândido Santos, Dalva Maurício Calombo Ringote Allen, Amorbelo Vinevala Paulino Sitongua and Carlos Cépura Neto André.

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