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Shoprite opens supermarket in Cabinda and creates more than a hundred jobs

The South African group Shoprite opened this Friday a new store in Cabinda. The supermarket, which sells food and non-food products, will create more than a hundred jobs.


The undertaking had a cost of US $ 50 million, creating 102 direct jobs and 147 indirect jobs.

The commercial area includes butcher, fishmonger, steakhouse, pastry shop, liquor store, fruit and vegetables and many others.

With the opening of the Cabinda store, the group has a total of 25 supermarkets across the country, in the provinces of Luanda, Uíge, Zaire and Cabinda, and there is also a forecast for opening in the city of Luena.

Salvador Tavares, general manager of the group, said that the company intends to continue to contribute to the effort to diversify the economy that the Government has been carrying out, fighting poverty and unemployment.

The vice-governor for the economic area, Romão Macário Remember, highlighted the contribution of investment to boost commercial activity, in increasing employability and tax revenue.

The official also appealed to the national and foreign business class to invest in the province, especially in commercial infrastructure. Cited by Angop, he confirmed the existence of space and political conditions conducive to this effect.

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