23 January 2013

Angola: Govt Builds Over 30 Homes in 2012

Kuito — The government of the central Bié province built 34 houses in 2012 to accommodate the local staff.

The information was released by the Director of Public Works and Urbanisation Fernando Tchatuvela.

Fernando Tchatuvela added most of those homes are called collective, because they have the capacity to accommodate 12 staff in their communes.

The central Bie province has nine districts, 30 communes and a population estimated at over two million people, mostly peasants.

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