Luanda - Angolan minister of Telecommunications, Information Technologies and Media Manuel Homem announced Wednesday the sector’s plan to start working, in the next few days, through a public consultation, on improving the legislation on digital media.More about this news
Luanda - Angolan Journalists Union (SJA) criticised Sunday the decision of the Media Nova Group to suspend the employment contract of some professionals in the State of Emergency (EE) period.
Luanda - The Minister of Telecommunications, Information Technology and Mass Media, Manuel Homem, Thursday reiterated the need to speed up the modernization of Edições Novembro, as part of the transformation process underway in that institution.
Cuito - Angolan journalists, in particular those from the province of the central Bié province, were encouraged to pursue the hard mission of informing and training with rigour, impartiality and responsibility, guaranteeing society this fundamental constitutionally enshrined right.
Ndalatando - The Angolan Government remains committed to strengthening the social conditions of journalists, through better salaries, training opportunities and dignifying the working conditions of professionals, reaffirmed last Friday in Ndalatando, Cuanza Norte, Mass Media minister, Nuno Anjos Caldas Albino “Nuno Carnaval”.
Luanda - Angola expects to create soon a National Agency of Digital Communication (ANCD) to regulate and standardize digital communication operators, the project coordinator, Domingos Simão, said at the Mass Media Consultative Council held last week.
Mbanza Kongo - The Mass Media minister, Nuno Caldas Albino, pointed out last Saturday, in the northern Province of Zaire, the lack of adequate facilities, means of transport, computer and technological equipment, as the main difficulties faced by the media in this region.
Cuito -Angola's Media minister Nuno Caldas Albino Tuesday reiterated as sector priorities the training of staff and expanding of signals of the Public Television of Angola (TPA) and Angola National Radio station (RNA).
Menongue - The modernization and regular training of staff are the priorities of the Angolan News Agency (ANGOP) Board of Directors, for 2020, reiterated Monday, in Cuando Cubango, its CEO Josue Salusuva Isaias.