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The first homes for the 105 families due to be removed from Nthoro village, located within the Namanhumbir ruby mine concession, will be ready by April.
According to the project’s managers, 43 of the 105 houses are already under construction.
“We are two weeks in the process of finishing, in 45 days the first group of houses will be ready. At the moment we have nine houses that can be completed in 45 to 60 days,” construction manager Jonatane Simango said.
There is still a lot of work to be done, but the project managers promise the work is within the expected timeframe.
According to the plan, Namanhumbir resettlement village, the first resulting from the extractive industry in Cabo Delgado, will be fully occupied by families relocated to make way for ruby mining in Nthoro by 2020.
By Hizidine AcháSource: O País
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