Known as the province of the giant black antelope. Malanje is essentially an agricultural province. Tourism is diversified.
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Malanje -Angola has reinforced measures to control the movement of people and goods in border areas, with the aim to prevent entry of citizens and products suspected of being contaminated with COVID-19, the General Commander of the National Police, Paulo de Almeida, said on Tuesday.More about this news
Malanje - At least a thousand technicians, among registers, supervisors, cartographers and IT team are mobilized, all over the country, for the Farming and Fisheries Census (RAPP), scheduled for May this year.
Malanje - Five cents of the United States dollar per kilovolt is the electricity tariff in Angola, being at this time the lowest in the Southern Region of the African continent, where the rate is around 16 cents, according to the Minister of Energy and Water, João Baptista Borges.
Laúca / Malanje - The Laúca Hydroelectric Power Plant will reach, by October this year, its maximum capacity of 2,070 megawatts of production, with the entry into operation of the sixth production unit (334 MW) and the ecological plant (66.5 MW).
Laúca - The minister of Energy and Water, João Baptista Borges, has said that the priority for the water subsector will be the construction of six laboratories in the provinces of Lunda Norte, Malanje, Bié, Namibe and Cabinda for the product quality control.
Malanje - A factory that processes white potatoes into potato chips, called "Palanca", with the capacity to produce 12,000 (40 and 80 grams) packs of this product in six hours, opened on Friday in the Municipality of Cacuso, north-central Malanje Province.
Malanje - The French government will strengthen cooperation in the field of professional and academic training with Angola, especially in the agribusiness and industrial areas, with a view to contributing to the country's economic development.
Malanje - The Secretary of State for Commerce, Amadeu Nunes, today asked the heads of the large commercial establishments in Malanje, to invest more in national products, in order to make a greater contribution to the country's development.
Malanje - Angolan minister of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation Maria do Rosário Sambo has defended rigor and quality in the courses of health sciences and engineering in the private higher education institutions, to ensure better qualified students.