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Ondjiva - Four years after the announcement of the construction of statue of King Mandume-ya-Ndemufayo, the base where the sovereign figure of the Kwanhamas will be installed still remains empty, awaiting the arrival of the statue, Angop has said.More about this news
Ondjiva - The governor of the southern Cunene province Kundi Paihama Tuesday urged the local population to collaborate with national police in fighting against crime.
Ondjiva - At least 2,325 Fiscal Identification Numbers (NIF) have been de-activated from the system of the General Tax Administration (AGT) in the southern Cunene Province, from January this year to July.
Ondjiva - Two national citizens, aged 34 and 51, were detained Wednesday by National Police forces in the municipality of Ombadja, Cunene province, in possession of allegedly 163,400 fake US dollars.
Ondjiva - Angolan historian Atanásio Ndafimana Wednesday in the city of Ondjiva, Cunene province, advocated the need for academics and cultural agents to carry out more research initiatives, gathering information and other data to promote the region's cultural diversity.
Ondjiva - The National Bank of Angola (BNA) opened Tuesday in Ondjiva, capital of southern Cunene province, the Bankita financial campaign to facilitate citizens' access to banking services and to develop a savings culture.
Ondjiva - More than 955 million kwanzas is the amount of tax debt accumulated in the period 2013 to the first half of this year by taxpayers in the province of Cunene.
Ondjiva - The governor of Cunene, Kundi Paihama, said Thursday in Ondjiva that the relations between the Republics of Angola and Cuba are fraternal, since they date back from the earliest days of the struggle for national independence.
Ondjiva - A delegation made up by representatives of the Arable Lands Management Company (Gesterra.), the Angolan Sovereign Fund (FSDEA) and Ministry of Agriculture is to arrive on Saturday in southern Cunene to define the final destination for the 250 tons of rice stored in silos for three years at the local Manquete project.