RDP África

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RDP África
Type terrestrial, cable, digital, and satellite Radio
Branding RDP África
Country Portugal and Lusophone Africa
Availability International
Owner RTP
Launch date
January 7, 1998
Official website
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RDP África is a terrestrial radio station owned by Rádio e Televisão de Portugal broadcasting to Lusophone African countries with programming such as Lusophone African music, as well as Portuguese music and Brazilian music, with update reports from the Lusophone African recording world.

The station broadcasts on FM in Portugal (Lisboa 101.5 MHz, Coimbra 103.4 MHz and Faro 99.1 MHz), but also on most African Portuguese-speaking countries: Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and São Tomé and Príncipe.

RDP África was introduced to Lusophone Africa when RDP Internacional stopped its broadcast on January 6, 1998 and launched RDP África the next day. The radio station also serves the Portuguese populations of Lusophone Africa and African populations of both black, white, and mulatto blood of Portugal.

RDP África logo from 2004 to 2016.

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