The newstands in Angola already have for sale the first issue of weekly financial newspaper ‘Mercado’, published by Media Rumo company. The Angolan newspaper has a newsroom composed by 10 journalists led by Aylton Melo. In tabloid format, ‘Mercado’ has 48 pages and will be sold on newsstands and by subscription in all Angola, Portugal and remaining Portuguese-speaking countries.
“The ‘Mercado’ team of reporters wants to focus on news to support the dissemination of Angolan companies, financial markets, and the emerging industry that is a strategy to reduce imports” according to site MacauHub.
“In addition, ‘Mercado’ is intended to change the way readers see Angola in the world: newspaper and opinion articles want, based on world news, to make Angola the focus and to look at the world from an African point of view”.
The weekly will be in tabloid format, with 48 pages and will be sold on newsstands and by subscription in Angola, Portugal and remaining Portuguese-speaking countries.
“This is the first publication of Media Rumo, created by a private group of Angolan investors led by Domingos Vunge, formerly of Score Media and one of the businessmen who founded Angolan newspaper Expansão, with which, however, he no longer has links”, MacauHub adds.