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Uíge - Three men of Angolan nationality were sentenced Friday by the Uíge Provincial Court to from three to four years in prison for aid to illegal migration.More about this news
Uíge - The governor of the northern Uíge, Pinda Simão, defended Saturday in the municipality of Mucaba, 66 kilometers from the capital city of the province, the need to focus on promoting coffee production and improving product quality to leverage the development of the economy in the region.
Uíge - Participants in the "Business Forum on the Economic Potential of the Province of Uíge, an Opportunity for Investments", held on Friday, asked the local and central government to provide more credit facilities and other financial offers, with a view to attract more investment to the region.
Uíge - At least seventeen new positive HIV / AIDS cases were reported in the city of Uíge during the Unitel Health Fair.
Uige - The Angola Press Agency (ANGOP)?s former Information Director, José Eduardo de Oliveira Xavier, was found dead on Wednesday in his residence, for reasons unknown yet, at Dunga neighbourhood, close to Uige City.
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).
Uíge - A cold store worth Euro 1.2 million designed for storage of fish was inaugurated Wednesday in the capital of the northern Uige
Uíge - The governor of the northern Uige province Pinda Simão has reaffirmed the government's commitment to continue to create the conditions to boost economy, reduce unemployment and provide technical and material means for the Interior organs to ensure security and public order in the province.
Uíge - The provincial governor of Uíge, Pinda Simão, praised the commitment of the heroes of February 4, who gave their lives and consented sacrificed for the achievement of the national independence.