Equatorial Guinea (GQ) is a small country located in Central Africa, bordering Cameroon, Gabon, and the Gulf of Guinea. It has an area of 28 thousand square kilometers and a population of over 1 million people. The official language of Equatorial Guinea is Spanish with other languages such as French and Portuguese also spoken by some due to its diverse population. The capital city is Malabo and its largest city is Bata. The official currency is the Central African CFA franc (XAF). Equatorial Guinea has a vibrant culture influenced by both African and European cultures, with traditional music including genres such as makossa, bikutsi, and highlife, as well as traditional instruments such as the balafon and xylophone. Equatorial Guinea has a tropical climate due to its location near the equator; temperatures range from hot year-round with high levels of humidity. Its economy relies heavily on exports such as oil being important exports for the country. Other industries include agriculture from its vast reserves of arable land as well as manufacturing for products such as textiles and electronics. Tourism also plays an important role in Equatorial Guinea’s economy with attractions such as Luba Crater Lake being popular destinations for visitors from around the world. See a2zdirectory for Equatorial Guinea Old History. The major newspapers in Equatorial Guinea are El Correo, Radio Nacional and La Voz de Guinea Ecuatorial. El Correo is the oldest newspaper in the country and was founded in 1975. It is published daily and focuses on national news with an emphasis on politics, economy, culture and sports. It also has a digital edition which can be accessed online. Radio Nacional is another major newspaper in Equatorial Guinea that was founded in 1977. It covers national news as well as international news from Central Africa and around the world. Its main focus is on politics, economy, culture and sports with a special emphasis on investigative journalism. La Voz de Guinea Ecuatorial is a daily newspaper founded in 2007 which focuses on national news with an emphasis on politics, economics, culture and social issues. Finally, El Correo Online is an online newspaper that covers local news from Equatorial Guinea as well as regional news from Central Africa. Check simplyyellowpages for other media in the country of Equatorial Guinea.