Regional Geological Institute of Angola completed in 2016

3 December 2015

The Regional Geological Institute of Angola, under construction in the town of Conjenje in Lubango, will be delivered to the authorities in January 2016, said Monday in Lubango the deputy governor of Huíla province for the technical and infrastructure area.

Nuno Mahapi Ndala said construction of the project, supervised by the Ministry of Geology and Mining, included four one-storey buildings, an area of ​​nearly 6,000 square metres, and was “well under way.”

The project, under construction by Chinese company CITIC Construction since January, includes preparation of laboratories for preparing samples of minerals, as well as restaurants, offices, research rooms and will serve the provinces of Huila, Namibe, Cunene and Kuando Kubango.

The Ministry of Geology and Mines is the central administrative body of the state that licenses, directs, coordinates and ensures the implementation of the national policy set by the Government in the field of geological and mining activities. (macauhub/AO)