Beauties and history in the heart of Angola. The province of Bié is right in the Centre of Angola is especially suitable for livestock production.
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Cuito - National Police (PN) in central Bie province Wednesday presented a life insurance and social support plans to the local staff.
Cuito - Bengula Railway has announced that one of the central Bie province’s Cuito-Cuemba branches obstructed due to collision of the two locomotives in Camacupa has been cleared and the train circulation may resume this Tuesday.
Cuito - At least 960,000 tonnes of maize were harvested by the farmers of Bié in the 2019/2020 agricultural year, more than 100,000 tonnes compared to the previous season.
Cuito - A collision between two trains of the Benguela Railways (CFB), in the Cuito (Bié)-Luena (Moxico) branch, caused, this Wednesday, three injured and material damages to be evaluated.
Cuito - Central Bié province received Tuesday 30 tonnes of mackerel fish for distribution to the economic agents, as part of distribution plan of 1,200 tonnes of fish seized from Ukrainian vessel "Olutorsk", last August, in coastal Benguela province.
Cuito - Health professionals in the country must strengthen education and awareness-raising actions to prevent and combat Covid-19 in the communities, said the Health Minister, Silvia Lutucuta, this Saturday in Cuito.
Cuito - Some national and foreign doctors of the province of Bié praised the technical and professional conditions placed in the new Central Hospital of Bié, inaugurated, Saturday, by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço.
Cuito - The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, guaranteed, last Saturday, the holding of the general elections in 2022, respecting the electoral cycle established in the Constitution of Angola.
Luanda - Angolan head of state João Lourenço inaugurated Saturday the new Provincial Hospital of the central Bié province "Dr. Walter Strangway", with capacity for 250 beds.