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Tue, 27 Feb 2018 16:14 - Updated Tue, 27 Feb 2018 16:14

Lunda Sul: Traffic flow resumes on Saurimo/Dala section

Saurimo - The replacement of bridge over Luachimo River enabled the resumption Tuesday of road traffic on Dala/Saurimo section, eastern Lunda Sul provincial.

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Provincial director of INEA in Lunda sul, Rafael Mutumeca

Photo: Helder Dias

The provincial director of Road National Institute (INEA), Rafael Mutemeca, has told Angop.

He added that the work consisted of  installation of a hydraulic shackle to improve free flow of Saurimo and Luanda-bound vehicles.

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