After nearly 40 years in power, Jose Eduardo dos Santos handpicked his successor, João Lourenço. He was deemed a pushover, but may chart his own political course against party directives and the interests of the Dos Santos family.
On the morning of August 23rd, I voted for the first time in my life. It
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When Forbes, who used to celebrate them, starts asking questions about the wealth of Angola's ruling family.
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For the past two weeks, most Angolans that frequent Facebook and other social media sites viewed
Like many Angolans on Sunday I was forced to eat my share of humble pie and
Angola has never made it past the quarterfinals at the African Cup of Nations. This year’s