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Thu, 23 Aug 2018 17:44 - Updated Thu, 23 Aug 2018 17:43

Labour minister assesses infrastructure

Saurimo - Angola's minister of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security Jesus Maiato has been in eastern Lunda Sul province for 24 hour visit aimed at checking the functioning of the projects linked to the sector and the working conditions of the employees.

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Jesus Maiato will hand over microcredit to young entrepreneurs and the occupational pavilions to provide "pro-work" services to the private sector, to encourage self-employment.

The agenda includes visits to the local projects and undertaking.

Jesus Maiato’s programme includes visit to the municipality of Cacolo, 145 kilometers northeast of Saurimo.

On Friday, the minister will chair a seminar and visit some mobile vocational training units.

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