19 December 2012

Angola: Nation to Have First Regional Campsite in Benguela

Luanda — The first regional campsite in Angola is being built in the central Benguela province to cater for the youths and others.

The fact was disclosed Wednesday in Luanda by the Angolan minister of Youth and Sports, Gonçalves Muandumba.

According to the minister, who left for the southern Huila province to watch the friendly match of Angolan national senior males football team against Cameroon, the project will serve as model for the others to be built in other regions of the country.

The multipurpose project will comprise over 2000 lodges and will be built between Catumbela town and Benguela city.

The undertaking is the first of this kind in the country.

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