Known as the province of the giant black antelope. Malanje is essentially an agricultural province. Tourism is diversified.
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Malanje - Brazilian military attaché, colonel Jonh Days Bezerra Dantas, on Monday in northern Malanje province, considered healthy the military cooperation between Angola and his country fruit of both nations? bilateral relations.
Moçâmedes - Namibe Forest Development Institute distributed 2,000 tree seedlings to residents of Aida and Boa Esperança districts in Moçâmedes municipality, southern Namibe province, on Tuesday, as part of the campaign to combat.
Malanje - Angolan head of State João Lourenço Wednesday assessed the works of Agro-Food Technology Institute of Malanje (ISTAM).
Malanje - President, João Lourenço, ended Wednesday the two-day working visit to northern Malanje province, where he presided over the Local Governing Council,
Malanje - Four thousand tons of rice were harvested and processed this year by the ?Lucky Man? farm, a private initiative located in Cambo Sunjinje, Cahombo municipality, northern Malange province.
Luanda - Angola’s workers Wednesday called for decent wages, better working conditions, swift settlement of labour disputes and the revision of the current General Labour Law (LGT).
Malanje - The acting Malanje Provincial Governor, Gabriel Pontes, reiterated on Saturday the need for young people to preserve public properties and denounce those who deliberately vandalize them.
Malanje - Angola needs to speed up its industrialization process through the adoption of more efficient policies that diversify its economy for this country to take advantages of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Free Trade Zone (FTZ) when the country joins it this year, said on Wednesday the head of the Customs Services of the Second Taxation Region, Arlindo Manuel Sacachimbe.
Malanje - The Ministry of Territory Planning and Housing intends to make more and more profitable the National Institute for Territory Planning and Urban Development (INOTU) and the Geographic and Cadastral Institute of Angola (IGCA), by charging fees for services provided.