There are 3 comments on the Panapress story from May 15, 2007, titled Society. In it, Panapress reports that:

The Mozambican government on Tuesday appointed a former director of AIM, Ricardo Malate, as chairman of the board of directors of Radio Mozambique.

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sergio clinket

Rotherham, UK

#1 Jun 25, 2007
i understand that the former chairman was there for long time,but as far as i am concerned he has done a wonderfull job.lets all together say thank you for your dids dr manuel veterano.keep up your comittement whatever role you take after this.once again thank you

Pretoria, South Africa

#4 Jun 26, 2007
Ur people r inconsidered.

So long black people have tried to be like whites, but they can't be like us.

So yes, they will shout nasty things at you because white is beutifull.

They even want hair like ours so they use hair straightening crap.

It feels good to be admired like this yes!

Don't worry about them
carlos cipriano

Leeds, UK

#5 Jun 27, 2007
lets hope mr malate does a good job as dr veterano welcome mr malate and thank you so much dr veterano.

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