The province has a considerable range of minerals. It is receiving great national and international investments.
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Dondo - The Cambambe District Court, province of Cuanza Norte, Wednesday sentenced 23 national citizens in Dondo from one to two months in prison for the crime of disobedience to the Decree on the State of Emergency, which aims to prevent coronavirus (covid-19).More about this news
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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.
Ndalatando - Seven new buses for interurban routes are in circulation since last Monday, in the northern Province of Cuanza Norte, to improve mobility in the region.
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Ndalatando - Angolan Government spends USD 30 million each month to import 10,000 tons of palm oil, according to the Secretary of State for the Economy, Mário Caetano João.
Camabatela - The Angolan government will invest 100 million US dollars in the purchase of cattle for restocking in the Camabatela region, covering part of the northern provinces of Cuanza Norte, Uige and Malanje.
Ndalatando - The minister of Education, Ana Paula Elias, last Tuesday in Ndalatando, northern Cuanza Norte Province, pointed out her sector's focus on teachers training as the main key to improve the quality of education in the country.
Camabatela: Five hundred tonnes of mabuba coffee were harvested in the municipality of Ambaca, northern Cuanza Norte Province, during the 2019 agricultural year, representing an increase of 250 tonnes compared to the previous year.