2 May 2014

Angola: Lecturer Backs Investment in Education for Economic Development

Luanda — The economic growth of Angola, in long term, depends on technological development a fact that requires investment in teaching system, said on Friday in Luanda, the University professor Manuel Nunes Júnior.

Manuel Júnior said so while addressing a lecture, ahead of the World Press Freedom Day, 3 May.

The lecturer said that the quality of teaching at all level will provide the technology development and as result a permanent growth.

Manuel Junior defended the need of linkage between media and production knowledge centres ( Universities and other departments).

According to him, the institutions play an important role in creating institutional environment aimed at allowing the flow of new ideas ( Training and

information).

The workshop was attended by Media minister, José Luís de Matos, administrators of boarder of directors of others media outlets, journalists and guests.

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