Lucapa - At least 120 vulnerable families in the commune of Camissombo, Municipality of Lucapa, in the north-eastern Lunda Norte Province, over the last weekend received basic food basket, under the contingency plan to support people in need.
Uíge - The traditional authorities of Ambuíla municipality, in the northern Uíge province, Friday asked the provincial government, the resumption of the construction of social projects namely the municipal hospital and a 24-room school halted for five years due to financial problems.
Saurimo - The expansion of the electricity grid in Txizainga I and II, Sacombe, Terra Nova, in Saurimo (Lunda Sul) will benefit 3,300 new customers, revealed Friday the director of Technical Service and Infrastructure, Claúdio Pemessa.
Luanda - Angolan minister of Telecommunications, Information Technologies and Media Manuel Homem announced Wednesday the sector’s plan to start working, in the next few days, through a public consultation, on improving the legislation on digital media.
Luanda - Nine of all 13 deaths from covid-19 reported in Angola since the first positive case of the disease was detected in the country in March this year occurred in June.
Luena - The governor of the eastern Moxico province, Gonçalves Muandumba, on Wednesday urged the newly appointed directors of provincial offices to work and lead the sectors for which they have been appointed, with union for the progress and welfare of the local population.
Luanda - Angola still has no community cases of Covid-19, but sees an increase in local transmission infections every day, currently estimated at 206, said Tuesday the Secretary of State for Public Health, Franco Mufinda.
Ondjiva - An overall 297.9 Kwanzas have been invested this year by the Cunene Provincial Government for the construction of a child protection and development centre to accommodate children victims of physical violence, abandoned, trafficked or sexually abused, said Wednesday the director of the Cunene Planning Office, Pelagio Pukulukeni.
Luanda - Angola will receive USD 82.6 million over the next three years from the Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.