Ndalatando - The governor of Cuanza Norte, José Maria Ferraz dos Santos, offered Sunday in Ndalatando to the Bom Deus Church, one hundred and twenty plastic chairs, in a gesture aimed at improving the accommodation of the faithful during ecclesiastical activities.
Dundo - The north-eastern Lunda Norte Province for the past two months has not recorded the entrance of new refugees from DR Congo, informed last Sunday, in Dundo City, the provincial governor, Ernesto Muangala.
Huambo - Three thousand residents of Cruzeiro locality in the central Huambo province started benefiting from a drinking water supply system inaugurated on Sunday by the provincial governor, João Baptista Kussumua.
Caxito - The governor of the northern Bengo province, João Bernardo de Miranda, Friday called on the technicians of the facelift works of Caxito city, within the scope of the Integrated Infrastructures Programme, so that they are fast and meet the established deadlines.
Dundo - Social Welfare minister Gonçalves Muandumba visited the Dundo refugee shelters in the urban district of Mussungue on Friday to assess the execution degree of the works in the new center.
Luanda - The Angolan Government and the European Union will sign the financing agreement that will enable the implementation of the project to revitalize technical education and vocational training in Angola (RETFOP).
Luanda - Seventy-five young people were trained in entrepreneurship by the National Institute of Support for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (INAPEM), in the Morro dos Veados district, Belas municipality.
Ondjiva - The city of Ondjiva, Cunene province, is hosting Friday the first Provincial Conference on Social Action in the region to identify and evaluate the current situation of the vulnerable local population, which was opened by the State secretary for Social Assistance and Reinsertion, Lúcio do Amaral.
Luanda - Road traffic improvement and crime on public highway topped the Thursday meeting the Governor of Luanda Province Higino Carneiro held with university students linked to private education institutions in the country.