Angolan President, João Lourenço, re-appointed Wednesday Lando Sebastião Teta as CEO of the National Printing Press, a public company.
According to the decree issued Wednesday, the President appointed Leonel Pires Magalhães as Executive Director for Technical and Technology Area and Manuel António as Executive Director for the Administrative and Human Resources Area of the same public company.
The president also appointed Manuel João da Fonseca and Rodeth Teresa Mákina Gil as non-executive directors of the National Press.
Earlier, in another decree, the President of the Republic terminated the mandate of the members of the previous board of directors of the said public company.
The National Press is a public company that operates under the supervision of the Secretariat of the Cabinet Council, the activities of which are focused on the graphic field, with emphasis on the production of publications of the State Gazette, official forms, books and other graphic products.
Created in 1845 by the Portuguese colonial regime, its status has evolved over time, following the historico-political development of the Angolan State.
In the 1990s the National Press underwent a restructuring and modernization process, which continues today, allowing it to present itself as a reference in the national printing industry
Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)