Fri, 24 Aug 2018 11:31 - Updated Fri, 24 Aug 2018 11:31
Management of occupational pavilions worries minister
Saurimo - The the Minister of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security, Jesus Maiato, said Thursday in Lunda Sul, that the pavilions “Pro-work” inaugurated in 2015, remains closed even after being delivered to certain entrepreneurs for this purpose.
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Minister Jesus Maiato
Photo: Lucas Neto
During a visit to the two occupational pavilions, Jesus Maiato gave the deadline of up to six months, so that the managers make the spaces profitable, under penalty of being handed over to other entrepreneurs.
However, the managers of the pavilions pointed out the lack of electricity from the public network as the main reason for the non-operational state of spaces.
The pavilions count on a workshop to provide services of carpentry, locksmithing, sewing, bending, mechanical, painting, pottery, electricity, painting sculpture, ceramics, hairdressing, manicure and tailoring.
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