The province is famous for its cave paintings. The most important activities are the production of coffee, fishing and local crafts.
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Sumbe - Provincial Prosecutor of the coastal Cuanza Sul Province , Joaquim Macedo da Fonseca, announced last Thursday, in Sumbe City, that investigations are underway as a result of some complaints about alleged mismanagement of 75 million kwanzas granted by the central government for covid-19 prevention programme in the region.More about this news
Sumbe - At least 89 people of the Quissongo commune, Libolo municipality, in central Cuanza Sul province have been left homeless following the collapse of 14 residences caused by heavy rains that occurred in the last 24 hours.
Sumbe - At least six people from the Democratic Republic of Congo concluded Monday home quarantine imposed by the health authorities of Cuanza Sul province, after they did not show symptoms of the Covid-19.
Luanda - Businesspeople and foreign communities based in the country are joining themselves towards the efforts of the Angolan State to fight the new coronavirus (Covid-19), a pandemic that plagues the world.
Luanda - Red Cross of Angola (CVA) Monday intensified its awareness campaigns on prevention of coronavirus (covid-19) in the provinces of Cuanza Sul and Cunene.
Cuito - The national peace, unity, cohesion preservation for the safeguard of the political, social and economical stability must be every Angolan task, stated last Saturday in Cuito (Bié), the provincial governor, Pereira Alfredo.
Sumbe - The Health Ministry has allocated 72 million kwanzas to assist the central Cuanza Sul province to purchase bio-security materials and training of staff for the prevention of the COVID-19 in that region.
Luanda - Four months after the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus in the Chinese city of Wuhan, with thousands of deaths around the world, Angola recorded the first two deaths on Saturday (March 28).
Luanda - Four months after the outbreak, which began in the Chinese city of Wuhan, Angola recorded the first two positive cases of the new Coronavirus (Covid-19), contracted by two nationals.