ANGOP - Angola Press News AgencyANGOP - Angola Press News Agency

Go to homepage
Luanda

Max:

Min:

Home » News » Society

Tue, 26 Nov 2019 13:20 - Updated Tue, 26 Nov 2019 13:20

Journalist Abel Abraão dies

Cuito - Angolan retired journalist from the National Radio (RNA) station (RNA) Abel Abraão died this Tuesday morning in provincial hospital of the central Bié Province.

Send by email

To share this news by email, fill out the information below and click Send

Correct

To report errors in the texts of articles published, fill out the information below and click Send

Journalist Abel Abraão (left) receiving his recent distinction

Photo: Leonardo Castro

The information was given to ANGOP by a family member without advancing the causes.

Abel Abraão was recently distinguished with the attribution of his name to the Digital Library of Bié, inaugurated under the celebrations of the 44th anniversary of the national independence, marked on 11 November.

  

The retired journalist from the state-owned Angolan National Radio (RNA) came to prominence in the period that he covered  the post-election war that broke out after the 1992 polls.

Tags Media   Mourning  

Read also
  • 16/10/2019 18:16:19

    Legislative Package review revolutionizes social communication

    Luanda - The revision of the Media Legislative Package, expected to be completed by December of this year, will revolutionize the country's communication system and open more to the emergence of more media organs in the sector.

  • 04/10/2019 17:38:46

    ERCA defends regulation of Angolan journalism

    Caxito - The chairperson of the Angolan Media Regulatory Authority, Adelino de Almeida, considers it urgent to establish ethical and deontological rules governing Angolan journalism, which has been ruled by cases of bad practice.

  • 20/08/2019 18:59:04

    Angola supports Congolese refugees

    Dundo - Exactly two years ago (2017), the Republic of Angola reached out to 35,000 refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), welcomed in Lunda Norte province, due to the extreme and widespread violence caused by political tensions in their country.