The province has a large mining industry, with the extraction of diamonds and gold. Agriculture and livestock conquer its space gradually.
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Dundo - At least 328 teachers that attended several field of expertise this year at the Teachers Training School in Dundo, northern Lunda Norte province, will be released in 2017 in the employment market.
Dundo - Cacanda farming, the largest stalled agriculture project located in the eastern Lunda Norte province, plans to relaunch its activities.
Dundo - The Transport Minister Augusto da Silva Tomás, on a working visit to Lunda Norte province, ensured on Monday in Dundo city the conclusion of the works of the local airport in six months.
Dundo - The Transport minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás, last Monday in Dundo City, north-eastern Lunda-Norte Province, that the construction works of the local airport will be concluded in six months? time.
Dundo - The Angolan National Police (PNA) detained 749 citizens from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on 21-23 November this year for illegal stay and diamonds mining in Lucapa municipality, north-east Lunda Norte province.
Dundo - At least 750 citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) were detained from 14 October to 7 November this year by the Border Guard Police (PGF) in the province of Lunda Norte for attempted border violations.
Dundo - The deputy governor for economic affairs of the north-east Lunda Norte province, Deolinda Satula Vilarinho, stated on Thursday in Dundo, that the celebrations of November 11, National Independence Day, must serve as reflection.
Dundo - The Angolan journalist, Adriano Lázaro Manuel, with National Radio of Angola (RNA) in Lunda Norte province, died on Monday in Dundo city at the age of 46 by disease.
By Sónia Ferry Dundo - The population of northeastern Lunda Norte province has finally awoke to family diversified farming turned to trade.