Zap Viva resumes broadcasting in Mozambique and Portugal

Thursday 29 April 2021 | 17:31 CET | News
African telecom operator Zap announced that the Zap Viva channel has resumed broadcasting in Mozambique and Portugal, reports Angola 24 Horas. On 21 April, the Angolan government announced it would suspend the Zap Viva and Vida TV channels and Record TV Angola, as well as newspapers, magazines, websites and radio stations that had not been operating for the last two years, after detecting "legal inconsistencies."

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Viva
Countries: Angola / Mozambique / Portugal
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