New Headquarters of Public Radio and Television
Iconic building that represents the future of Malabo.
Signs of modernisation.
Despite having opened in recent years, the headquarters of Equatorial Guinea Radio & Television has become one of the most iconic buildings in the country. First, because it is the result of cooperation with the government of China, with which Equatorial Guinea has been strengthening political and trade links for several years. The giant structure also aims to become the symbol of Malabo 2, a further expansion of the capital which has not yet been completed. And above all, because the building is proof of the current oil-fueled economic strength of the country. Built in a record time of only 10 months, the project had an investment of over 2,900 million CFA francs (USD 5 million / GBP 3.2 million).