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Mbanza Kongo - Angola-based representative of the United Nations System, Paolo Balladelli, praised the authorities for the measures they adopted in the fight against the covid-19 pandemic.More about this news
Soyo - Three hundred health professionals, including doctors, nurses and diagnosis technicians in Soyo Municipality, northern Zaire Province, concluded last Thursday a training course on the handling of Covid-19 cases and bio-safety equipment.
M'banza Kongo - At least 1.2 million square metres of land plot are being demined since last April, in the Municipality of Soyo, northern Zaire Province, for the construction of a future gas production plant.
Soyo- The governor of the northern Zaire province Pedro Makita Armando Júlia, has reiterated the call on reinforcement of the fight against the growing wave of illegal immigration, smuggling of goods and other crimes on the border with the Democratic Republic Congo (DRC).
Mbanza Kongo - At least 192 heads of cattle have died of an unidentified disease that broke out early this month on the Kinkanka farm located in the municipality of Nzeto, northern Zaire province.
Mbanza Kongo - A universe of a thousand vulnerable families residing in the Municipality of Nzeto, in the northern Province of Zaire, as of the end of the current month will benefit from 8.500 kwanzas per month, within the scope of the social cash transfer programme and the reinforcement of the Angolan Executive's social protection system.
Mbanza Kongo - At least fifty nine people were arrested last Monday by defense and security forces in Zaire province over disobedience.
Luanda - About 32 national citizens out of a group of 135 were on Monday, sentenced by the Court of Luanda to 60 to 120 days in prison converted into fines, for the crime of disobedience.
Luanda - The Union of Angolan Journalists (SJA) praised, last Sunday, the effort of media professionals in the fight against the pandemic of covid-19.