Luanda - The health insurance is the least profitable in Angola and of greater risks for insurance companies, due to the reality of the country?s medical care and hospital expenses, said actuary, Henda Mondlane.More about this news
Malanje - At least Eighty-five million kwanzas will be invested by the ADRA (Rural Development and Environment Action) in Malanje this year in projects aimed at strengthening the economy of rural families and generating income, said the local director of the organization, Fernando Santos.
Dondo - About 600 former workers of the wine plant Vinelo, based in Dondo locality, Municipality of Cambambe, in the northern Cuanza Norte Province, last Monday manifested their concern about the fact that they are not registered with the National Social Security Institute (INSS).
Matala - At least 10 billion kwanzas will be invested over the next five years in various sectors of social and economic affairs in the municipality of Matala, southern Huila province in order to develop the locality and improve the living quality of more than 243,000 inhabitants of the district.
Luanda - The secretary general of the National Association of Disabled People of Angola (ANDA), Justino Morais Damião, expressed satisfaction Monday for the commitment of disabled people to the preparation of the agricultural year.
Dondo - The municipality of Cambambe has a tourist potential capable of contributing to the country’s economic growth.
Malanje - At least 9,000 tilapia fish, well known as cacusso, began to be harvested this weekend by the prison services of northern Malanje province, from the breeding pond of the Damba correction centre based in Damba locality in the municipality of Mucari.
Quela - An action plan for the economic year 2017 was created by the municipal administration of Quela, with a view to fostering the socio-economic development of the region.
Dundo - The provincial social security services in eastern Lunda Norte province control 89 closed companies without providing any communication to the National Social Security Institute (INSS), said Monday in Dundo, the head of the institution, Judithe Joana Maria Muvundo.