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Ondjiva - The laying of the first stone and the allocation of the works to the contractor for the start of structural projects turned to the fight against the drought hitting the southern Cunene Province happens this Friday in Cufo locality.More about this news
Ondjiva- Angola and neighbouring Namibia have discussed the strategies for strengthening actions to fight against malaria along the border of the two countries.
Ondjiva- The Attorney General's Office of the Republic of Angola and its Namibian counterpart aim to strengthen cooperation relations in criminal issues with the objective to protect both countries’ citizens.
Ondjiva - At least 3040 young people from Cunene province were trained from April to October this year in entrepreneurship and business management, under the Action Plan for the Promotion of Employability (PAPE) 2019/2021.
Four new lawyers joined on October 13 this year the eleven existing counterparts in the southern Cunene province after the completion of their internship, announced the Angolan Bars Association (OAA).
Luanda - Angolan President, João Lourenço, issued on Tuesday a decree that approves the contracts for the implementation of structuring projects in southern Cunene Province, as the result of a tender held for this end.
Sumbe - The chief Inspector of the Attorney General's Office (PGR), Luciano Cachaca, this Thursday urged citizens in Sumbe (Cuanza Sul) to denounce the misuse of money allocated to municipal administrations under the Integrated Plan for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM).
Luanda - The situation in drought-hit region of the southern Angola will be tackled soon, assured the State Secretary of Interior for Technical Assurance.
Ondjiva - The drought hitting the southern Cunene Province since October 2018 has gone worse and forced many underage boys and girls, some even younger than fifteen, to get involved in hard physical activities with a view to dealing with the phenomenon and its consequences, such as hunger and thirst.