Tue, 12 Mar 2019 19:59 - Updated Tue, 12 Mar 2019 19:58
Journalist-translator Paulo Bunga dies
Luanda - The journalist-translator of Angola Press Agency (ANGOP) Paulo Bunga died Monday at one of the hospital s in Luanda of a disease.
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Journalist - translator of Angop Paulo Bunga
Photo: Angop, Arquivo
Paulo Bunga was born in Nambuangongo, northern Bengo province, on June 21, 1962, and he joined Angop on February 2, 1995, where until the date of his death worked as Sub-Editor of the French Desk of the International Newsroom.
He recently suffered from a lung disease, which has taken him away from the workplace since January, 2019.
Paulo Bunga is survived by his wife and two daughters.
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