According to Angop, the jobs were mostly filled by young people who perform positions such as cashiers, clerks, cleaning, among other functions.
The newest supermarket occupies an area of 200 square meters.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Pedro Mateus, chairman of Kibabo's Board of Directors, took the opportunity to announce that the group will, in the coming weeks, open three supermarkets, including one in the district of Samba, writes to Angop.
He also said that stimulating employment for young people is integrated into partnerships with the Government.
Taking the opportunity to thank the authorities for the help to open the supermarket, the official stressed that the jobs are part of the group's plans to achieve, in the capital, more than 2000 jobs in 40 supermarkets, in a decade.
It should be noted that the company currently has 37 stores in the capital, directly employing more than 1800 employees.
Furthermore, the group's intentions also include the expansion of the network to other provinces.