Cuito - The city of Cuito, capital of the province of Bié, is deprived of the normal supply of electricity from the public grid in the period between six and 14 hours on Saturday, due to maintenance work, a situation that will be repeated on Sunday at the same time.More about this news
Cuito - National Police (PN) in central Bie province Wednesday presented a life insurance and social support plans to the local staff.
Cuito - Bengula Railway has announced that one of the central Bie province’s Cuito-Cuemba branches obstructed due to collision of the two locomotives in Camacupa has been cleared and the train circulation may resume this Tuesday.
Cuito - A collision between two trains of the Benguela Railways (CFB), in the Cuito (Bié)-Luena (Moxico) branch, caused, this Wednesday, three injured and material damages to be evaluated.
Cuito - Central Bié province received Tuesday 30 tonnes of mackerel fish for distribution to the economic agents, as part of distribution plan of 1,200 tonnes of fish seized from Ukrainian vessel "Olutorsk", last August, in coastal Benguela province.
Cuito - The governor of the central Bié province, Pereira Alfredo, has called on demining operators to redouble their efforts in clearing off areas still suspected of having landmines and other explosive devices, with a view to boosting agricultural activity and the movement of people and goods.
Andulo - Four hundred and six million and a hundred and twenty five Akz (Equivalent to US $750K) is the total amount that the government of Bié Province, located in the country's central region, is to invest in the execution of seven social projects, in the Municipality of Andulo, in the ambit of the Integrated Intervention Programme for Municipalities (PIIM), whose works were launched last Saturday, in acts chaired by Governor Pereira Alfredo.
Cuito - The governor of central Bié province, Pereira Alfredo, Thursday, in Cuito, asked his most direct collaborators to be more involved in the fight against the new coronavirus (Covid-19).
Cuito - Angolan journalists, in particular those from the province of the central Bié province, were encouraged to pursue the hard mission of informing and training with rigour, impartiality and responsibility, guaranteeing society this fundamental constitutionally enshrined right.