Luanda — Angolan young people will benefit from shopping card that will enable them to benefit from a discount rate ranging from five to 40 percent of the purchase.
The scheme, named "Cartão Jovem Angola" (CJA), enters into service from Thursday (28), with an initial investment estimated at AKz 200 million.
Seven thousand young people are said to have already joined the initiative, seeking to benefit from this service.
Speaking to Angop on the launch of the card, CJA's commercial and marketing manager, Mário Magalhães, said that in order to ensure the functioning of the project partnerships have been established with some institutions.
He pointed to shops, supermarkets, transport companies, pharmacies, children care services, clinics and universities, amongst other institutions.
Young people aged from 15 to 35 are eligible to join this service, also expected to cover other country's provinces with the support of the State, the manager noted.
Undertaken by services suppliers SGAR, the action is funded by various institutions, such as Bank Keve, Global Seguros, Grupo Zhara, music producer Clé, NCR, TBA and beverage firm Refriango.