[This Day] The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted that inflation rate in Nigeria will rise to 13.5 per cent in 2019.
[ANGOP] Mbanza Kongo -National Police in northern Zaire province have reported 92 offenses at border with Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in the last seven days, an increase of two cases compared to the previous week.
[Deutsche Welle] One year ago, the dos Santos family handed the Angolan presidency over to Joao Lourenco. The new president promised to tackle corruption which crippled the oil-rich nation.
[Maka] The woman who once styled herself as Africa’s first female billionaire, controlling a complex empire of companies registered around the world, is discovering that all those overseas registrations make her vulnerable to legal action in multiple jurisdictions.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -José Filomeno dos Santos, the former president of the Angolan Sovereign Fund and son of former Angolan president José Eduardo dos Santos is barred from leaving the country, VOA’s Portuguese Service reports.
[Deutsche Welle] 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
[ANGOP] Pretoria -Angolan and South African presidents are due to sign several agreements, marking a new era in both countries’ bilateral relations.
[Deutsche Welle] Angola’s Joao Lourenco has been sworn in on Tuesday as president replacing Jose Eduardo dos Santos, who ruled the oil-rich country with an iron grip for 38 years.
[Deutsche Welle] Angola’s president-elect Joao Lourenco has promised to stamp out cronyism and corruption.
[Deutsche Welle] Because of his 36-day hunger strike, Luaty Beirao became the most famous of 17 activists detained in Angola. He was released under an amnesty earlier this year but told DW he cannot feel really free.