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Thu, 15 Jun 2017 19:11 - Updated Thu, 15 Jun 2017 19:11

Over 40 km of Cuima, Cusse road get earthwork

Caconda - At least 46 kilometers, of the 65 planned Cuima / Cusse road connecting the provinces of Huambo and Huíla, got earthwork as part of the road paving works.

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Cuima/Cusse road works

Photo: belarmina paulino

The rehabilitation of this road includes the rehabilitation of some bridges integrated in the road connection.

The bridges are located on the Calei rivers, with 81,10 meters long and 11.80 of width, Luvuvo, with 16.10 meters of extension and 11.80 of width, and with 82,50 meters long and 11.80 width.

One of the main objectives is to relaunch the economic and social activity of the population in that region.

The stretch, with 65 kilometers, is budgeted at 6.4 billion, Kwanzas.

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