Rádio Clube de Moçâmedes

Rádio Clube de Moçâmedes, Angola, began broadcasting in November 1945, initially on the premises of the Trade Employees Union. The most popular programme was: Ofertas Musicais (musical offerings), of requested records, which earned the station a lot of money (five escudos for a member and 20 escudos for a non-member).

Original text with images, at https://radio.hypotheses.org/4151.

Author: Rogério Santos, 2021.

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