Luanda — The Angolan Social Communication minister, José Luís de Matos, Tuesday visited the Production Centre of the State-run "Televisão Publica de Angola (TPA) in the locality of Camama, Luanda, to assess its functioning.
The official, who would not speak to the press, toured the various studios and other departments of the centre.
José Luis de Mato was briefed by the members of the Board of Directors of TPA on the operational level of the institution.
The minister was informed on the progress recorded in the works underway at the referred centre for better comfort and condition of the TPA professionals.
At the end of the event, José Luís de Matos, who was accompanied by the secretary of State of the sector, Manuel da Conceição, met with members of the TPA's Board of directors, led by Hélder Manuel Barber Dias dos Santos.
The infrastructure houses four main blocks: administrative services, two studios and restaurant.