Known as the province of the giant black antelope. Malanje is essentially an agricultural province. Tourism is diversified.
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Luanda - Vice President of Republic Bornito de Sousa Thursday in Luanda lashed out at the stoning acts coupled with the insults to the authorities by citizens who demanded Wednesday the provincial governor of Malanje province to leave the position.
Malanje - The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry is considering financing projects to re-launch cotton and rice production in northern Malanje province, said Wednesday the Secretary of State for Agriculture and Livestock, Carlos Alberto Jaime.
Malanje - The consolidation of democracy and unity among Angolans, the moralisation of Angolan institutions and society, diversification of the economy and the reduction of territorial asymmetries are part of the priority tasks of the Executive.
Malanje - The creation of local governments in Angola, particularly at the level of municipalities and scheduled to happen for the first time in the year 2020, is one of the biggest challenges in the ambit of the consolidation of the country?s democratic process.
Malanje - The Vice-President of the Republic, Bornito de Sousa, Tuesday guided for the preparation of a survey on the costs of equipping laboratories, classrooms and the number of teachers needed to start the Higher Institute of Agro-Food Technology of Malanje (ISTAM).
Malanje - The metropolitan archbishop of Malanje, Dom Benedito Roberto, on Friday called on Catholics to repent of their sins and other reprehensible acts.
Malanje - Angola's Media minister spoke of de-bureaucratisation of an information based on independent agenda under the initiative of the organs of the sector, mainly the public , instead of depending on the coverage of government activities and other institutions.
Malanje - The Mass Media minister, João Melo, is since last Sunday in the north-central Malanje Province, in the ambit of the promotion of the upgrading training programme, being jointly implemented by the Media Ministry and the Journalists Training Centre (Cefojor), and which has been designed for public journalistic organs.