Uige - The Chairperson of the Business Confederation of Angola, Francisco Viana on Monday appealed to businesspeople in the province of Uíge to continue to focus on the development of the country’s economy, for the social well - being of the population.More about this news
Uíge - The results of the Angola Expenditure, Revenue and Employment Survey (IDREA), which began last Monday throughout the country, will facilitate the adequacy of the Government’s policies aimed at the well-being of the population, said the governor of Uíge, Pinda Simão.
Uíge - At least 3.5 billion Kwanzas were collected in 2017 by the Tax Office of Uíge, assigned to the second Tributary Region, surpassing 2 billion Kwanzas in 2016, head of the Office, Fineza Dombaxe, told ANGOP on Wednesday.
Uíge - The "Vimo Indústrias" mattress factory in the municipality of Negage, northern Uíge province has reduced its production from 450 to 200 mattresses per day due to the scarcity of foreign exchange in the country for the acquisition of raw materials.
Uíge - The governor of Uíge, Pinda Simão, Friday in the municipality of Songo, 40 kilometers off Uíge city, called on the local population to engage in agriculture to boost production, with a view to counteract the shortage of food.
Uíge - The complaints book for institutions that sell goods and provide public and private services was launched on Tuesday in this city by the National Institute of Consumer Protection (INADEC), in an opening ceremony chaired by the deputy governor for the political and social sector, Maria Fernandes da Silva e Silva.
Uíge - A partnership agreement aimed at boosting and managing rural farms in Uige province was signed on Friday here between the provincial government and Agrogest Company.
Uíge - The creation of a rural administration, with a view to planning and evaluating effectively the benefits and losses of farming activity in each productive season, was defended on monay in the city by the administrator of the company Agrogest, Vacherote Manuel Thomas .
Uíge - The agricultural production in Quitexe municipality in the northern Uíge province will reach around 8.000 tons of assorted products during the current agricultural year, against the 5.738 achieved in the previous campaign, fruit of the new techniques imparted by the local Cultural Development Station (EDA).