Angola bus firm opens Namibia route


By ARNALDO VIEIRA
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Angolan bus operator Macon has launched a route linking Luanda and Namibian capital Windhoek.

Macon’s commercial coordinator Armando Macedo told reporters in Luanda that 47 seater buses would ferry passengers from Luanda to Windhoek three times a week; on Saturdays, Mondays and Wednesdays.

The Windhoek to Luanda journey would take place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Mr Macedo said further.

Mr Armando disclosed that passengers would pay $79 (Kwanzas 24.400) for the Luanda to Windhoek trip, with stopovers at several Angolan cities such as Sumbe, Benguela, Lubango and Ondjiva.

Macon has operated buses in Angola for 17 years, linking the country’s 18 provinces.

Angola shares a 1,100km border with Namibia in the provinces of Cunene, Namibe and Cuando…

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