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Uíge - The Japanese ambassador to Angola, Kuniaki Ito, ensured on Tuesday in Luanda his government availability to continue assisting the demining projects and construction of schools in Angola.
Maquela do Zombo - Food products sold in the formal and informal markets of Maquela do Zombo have dropped in price in recent weeks as a result of a greater supply of products due to the strategy adopted by the Angolan Executive to get out of the crisis.
Uíge - A lecture on the importance of November 11 and its political, economic and social impact on the lives of Angolans in the period 1975/2016 marked on Friday in the northern Uíge province the opening of the commemorations programme of the 41st anniversary of National Independence, to be marked on November 11.
Uíge - More than 10.000 youths were on Saturday mobilized by the ruling party’s youth wing (JMPLA), in the northern Uíge province, to flock to the second phase of the voter registration, which started on October 28, under the preparations of the 2017 elections.
Uige - The provincial governor of Uíge, Paulo Pombolo, today Thursday, in this city, called on the new administrator of the municipality of Uige, Catarina Pedro Domingos, for the need to work towards a new image of the capital city of the province.
Uíge - The Angolan government efforts to reduce the prices of the main products of the basic food basket in the country were praised on Wednesday in the northern Uíge province chief city by the economist, Augusto Pedro Conga.
Uige - Customers and traders in Uige City, in the northern province with the same name, manifested last Monday their satisfaction with the drop in the prices of the main food products at the informal market and shops.
Uíge - At least 60 illegal citizens from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) were repatriated on Monday, by the Migration and Foreigners Service (SME) in northern Uige province.