New court ruling confirms half a billion in state funds swindled from Angola

By Lisa VIVES THE Netherlands-based International Court of Arbitration has affirmed that money transfers to a company controlled by the...

Independence is at the heart of the African Development Bank’s ability to be effective

By Kalu Ojah, University of the Witwatersrand INDEPENDENCE is a cardinal pillar for organisations that are set up to deliver...
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Vodacom unit to sell operations in Nigeria and four other African markets

VODACOM Group on Friday has announced a strategic repositioning of its Vodacom Business Africa(VBA) operation as it set to...

Facebook bans accounts owned by Israeli firm targeting Nigeria, other African countries

About 265 accounts were shut down by Facebook for ‘coordinated inauthentic’ accounts that originated in Isreali focused on Nigeria,...
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After Almost 38 Years In Office, Angolan President Won’t Seek Re-Election

Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos has said that he will not seek re-election this year, marking an end to nearly 38 years in power.

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