By the Observer|Written by OUR REPORTER In the dry, warm Angolan autumn of 2014, billionaire Isabel dos Santos and her husband, Sindika Dokolo, dreamed of beer. Lots and lots of beer. Dos Santos, the Angolan president’s favorite daughter, had long pined for a brewery of her own to break into the southern African country’s lucrative…

By Friends of Angola We have become aware of the complaint that the daughter of former President of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos, Isabel dos Santos has launched against Mrs. Ana Gomes in the court and as such Angolan citizens and the NGO Friends of Angola, express solidarity and full support to Mrs. Ana Gomes,…

NOTA PARA A IMPRENSA Cidadãos angolanos e a ONG Friends of Angola vêm, por meio desta nota, manifestar solidariedade e total apoio à senhora Ana Gomes. Tomamos conhecimento do processo que corre os seus trâmites em tribunal, como consequência da queixa de Isabel dos Santos, filha do ex-presidente de Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos. Talvez…

By fn24|Henrique Almeida and Candido Mendes Africa’s richest woman is set to be ousted from the helm of Angola’s biggest telecommunications company as shareholders meet Tuesday to discuss corporate governance in the wake of legal action by one of its biggest investors. The meeting at Unitel SA, whose chairwoman Isabel dos Santos owns 25%, comes…

LUANDA (Reuters) – The daughter of a former president of Angola failed to respond to her first summons from state prosecutors to answer questions about her time running Sonangol, the state oil company, Angola’s state news agency reported. Isabel dos Santos is allowed to provide reasons for not appearing three times, state news agency Angop…

LUANDA – Angola has offered investors diamond exploration licenses that previously belonged to Isabel dos Santos, daughter of the former president, according to a video clip of a closed-door meeting with mining companies seen by Reuters. During the meeting at a mining conference in Cape Town last month, president of state diamond company Endiama, José…

By DW No one believed the new president of Angola, Joao Lourenco, when he promised thorough reforms. But the man once considered to be a puppet of the old regime has turned out to be as good as his word. Or has he? A few days before Christmas, President Joao Lourenco struck again: he replaced…

By africanews Angola’s state oil company (Sonagol) has announced an investigation into “possible misappropriation” of funds by Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of the former president, during her time as the company’s chief executive. “We have established an internal commission of inquiry to investigate the information published,” Sonangol spokesman Mateus Benza said on Tuesday. “We…

By Reuters LUANDA/LONDON (Reuters) – On Oct. 6, with the dust still settling on Angola’s first change of power in 38 years, new President João Lourenço sat down with international oil majors at the presidential palace in Luanda. The top executives in Angola of Chevron (CVX.N), Total (TOTF.PA), BP (BP.L), Eni (ENI.MI) and Exxon (XOM.N)…

By Allafrica Luanda – President João Gonçalves Lourenço Wednesday in Luanda fired the CEO of the State-owned Oil Company (Sonangol), Isabel dos Santos. In a press release from the Civilian Affairs Office to the Presidency of the Republic that reached Angop on Wednesday, João Lourenço relieves Carlos Saturnino Guerra Sousa e Oliveira from secretary of…

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