Angola: Squeezing the Country’s Private Media

On 4 June an unknown group called Media Investments announced that it was buying three private newspapers in Angola. The purchase of A Capital, Semanario Angolense and 40 per cent of the stakes in Novo Jornal was allegedly solely motivated by ‘market factors’. Angola’s media landscape is largely dominated by the state, which owns two national television stations, the national radio broadcaster, the daily national newspaper and the national press agency. All these outlets operate country-wide. The Catholic Radio Ecclesia and private newspapers, which are all perceived to be quite critical of the government, are only accessible in the country’s capital, Luanda. More………


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