It is the third largest port of Angola, after Luanda and Lobito. It has the main station of Moçâmedes (CFM)..
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Moçâmedes - Environment minister, Paula Cristina Coelho left for Yona National Park located at 360 kilometers eastern of Namibe province on Monday to learn about projects implemented by the Global Environment Fund, UNDP, European Union and local government.
Moçamedes - In the last six months of the year, fish catch in southern Namibe province reached 9,034 tons of miscellaneous fish, a reduction of 4.541 tons compared to the same period of 2017.
Tômbwa - Four large vessels were seized on the seafront of Tômwa, Namibe province, since the beginning of the inspection campaign against illegal fishing in September.
Tômbwa - With the implementation of a plan to reinforce electricity generation capacity, the municipality of Tômbwa, southern Namibe province, will have more electricity, said the Minister of Energy and Water, João Baptista Borges.
Moçâmedes - Namibe Port, built in 1957, may become a logistical development hub for the southern region of Angola, after the completion of the rehabilitation works for the second phase by 2019.
Moçamedes - The governor of Namibe province, Carlos da Rocha Cruz, highlighted Wednesday in the region the importance of good practices in the execution of public projects in order to generate greater benefits and better results.
Moçâmedes - A group of first-year students of the Social Communication course of the Higher Polytechnic Institute Gregório Semedo held a visit to the Provincial Delegation of Angop in Namibe Tuesday, in Moçâmedes, where they learned about its operation.
Moçâmedes - Turning the Ministry of Tourism into a dynamic tool capable of contributing to the diversification of the economy and job creation are the institution's challenges, according to the minister, Ângela Bragança.
Moçamedes - Operators of the tourism sector have been described by the incumbent minister Ângela Bragança as living library of the sector.