The latest press coverage on corruption, human rights abuses, violations of freedom of the press and socio-economic exclusion in Angola:
Iafrica: Chiefs want diamond probe
January 10, 2013: Four Angolan traditional leaders on Wednesday petitioned a court to re-open investigations into the “blood diamonds” case of seven former army generals they [...]
In two years of operations in Angola, Pumangol has become a leading player in the marketing of Angolan oil, as well as in the distribution of oil products in the country.
This company is a joint-venture between multinational Puma Energy, a subsidiary of Swiss based company Trafigura, and its Angolan counterpart Cochan.
In August [...]Read more
The latest press coverage on corruption, human rights abuses, violations of freedom of the press and socio-economic exclusion in Angola, every Wednesday on Maka Angola:
Global Voices: Angola’s Sophisticated Censorship
November 28, 2012: Angola celebrated the 37th anniversary of its independence on November 11, 2012. But, in reality, how independent [...]
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