3 December 2012

Angola: Menongue, Cape Town Authorities Study Gemination

Pretoria — The cities of Menongue (Angola) and Cape Town (South Africa) will set from 2013 a gemination accord on Monday here announced the general consul of Cape Town, Apolinário Pereira.

He said that for the materialization of this project was already analyzed some preliminary matters with the Governor of Kuando-Kubango province, Higino Carneiro.

"If everything is well we think that in 2013 we can see the two cities closer", he said.

It is the intention to set bilateral relations, providing to the inhabitants of Menongue city, better living conditions, both at the economic and social fields, said the diplomat.

He also announced the holding of a business forum on December 08, in Menongue city, with the participation of South African businesspeople.

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