Angolan government

 
Dos Santos exit plan but a ploy
Dos Santos exit plan but a ploy
On March 11 this year, Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos, in power since 1979, announced his intention to step down in 2018. The statement...
Angola's rival spy agencies on trial
Angola's rival spy agencies on trial
Almost three years after two Angolans disappeared following a street protest, seven men – including police officers and state security agents –...
Brutal crackdown fuels Angola rage
Brutal crackdown fuels Angola rage
Tensions are rising in Angola following the fatal shooting of an opposition party member and the use of tear gas and water cannons at an anti-government protest at which nearly 300 people were arrested....
China digs deeper into Africa with bank deal
China digs deeper into Africa with bank deal
China has served notice it is accelerating its investment drive in Africa towards full throttle with the planned $5,6-billion cash purchase of a...
Africa plans many oil refineries, only one likely
Africa plans many oil refineries, only one likely
A new refinery in South Africa is likely to be the only one to go ahead in the short-term from a slew of projects proposed in sub-Saharan Africa,...
Zim govt to open 'people's shops'
Zim govt to open 'people's shops'
The Zimbabwean Ministry of Industry and International Trade will within the next 40 days open "people's shops" countrywide after the Cabinet last...
Angolan soldiers accused of 'systematic' rape
Angolan soldiers accused of 'systematic' rape
Medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said this week that Angolan soldiers have raped, beaten and tortured illegal Congolese migrant...
Report: Angolan police still violate human rights
Report: Angolan police still violate human rights
Angolan police still violate human rights ranging from brutal slum clearance to torture, with no investigation or disciplinary action, Amnesty...
Controversial Chinese arms arrive in Harare
Controversial Chinese arms arrive in Harare
A controversial shipment of arms from China and destined for Zimbabwe has arrived in Harare, the Weekender newspaper reported on Saturday --...

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