Angola: Angop CEO Highlights Staff Training

Luanda — The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Angola Press Agency (ANGOP) Josué Salusuva Isaías Tuesday highlighted the commitment to training staff to face the modernisation process of the only news agency in Angola.

According to the official, who was speaking at the opening ceremony of the 5th Consultative Council, the intention is to provide the company's professionals with the necessary tools for the production of quality content.

Josué Salusuva Isaías said that in the context of the commitment to incorporate a pre-payment system for multimedia products, of its own initiative, to be made available to traditional customers, the company's gaze passes through the production of quality content.

Josué Salusuva Isaías also stressedd the need to identify best practices to manage this business, creating a culture of efficiency, which aims to make the interaction between the headquarters and the provincial delegations increasingly fluid, as well as standardise procedures to facilitate administrative operations and financial.

As part of the strategy to improve coverage, at municipal and commune level, of the 2022 general elections in the country, he said that a strategy is being implemented to bring the mission to a successful conclusion.

Regarding the company's look, he highlighted the materialisation of the agency's profound change, which changed its visual identity, opting for a redesign and modernisation of colours, as a way to better convey the message to the client about the company's current situation.

The three-days event will take stock of the execution of the actions planned during the IV Council and outline strategies to improve the coverage of the general elections, scheduled for 2022, and of the daily agendas.

The agenda also includes an approach to the importance of telecommunications and information technologies for journalistic work, and lectures on labor legislation and on ethics and professional deontology.

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