According the website of Radio Impala, this clandestine station is the voice of freedom for the East African Community. They provide live and recorded programmes from a studio based in London, UK, seven days a week, two hours a day. Programming includes talk show debates, opinions from listeners and music. Radio Impala is funded entirely by donations and sponsorship and is staffed entirely by professional journalists.
Radio Impala via MGLOB in Talata-Volondry, Madagascar was logged on 19 April 2014. A broadcast in the East African dialect of Kinyarwanda was heard briefly from17.50 to 17.55 UTC (broadcast time 17.00 to 17.55 UTC). A male singer with guitar was observed singing just before sign-off, without announcement of closure. Reception on 17.540 kHz was (SINPO): 35343 - fair signal strength with atmospheric noise, yet audible and discernible speech.
Reception report was emailed and submitted on-line to Radio Impala and MGLOB.