Tag Archives: Maka Angola

Does Lourenço represent an end to Angola’s kleptocracy?

     

Even the toughest critics of Angola’s government say that in just more than a year, President Joao Lourenco has accomplished more to stop corruption than any previous Angolan administration, VOA… Read more »

Angola’s new regime ‘determined to enhance democracy’?

     

Angola is determined to enhance democracy, President João Lourenço told the European Parliament last week. His comments came shortly after the International Monetary Fund commended his administration for initiating reforms geared away… Read more »

Activist’s trial highlights Angola’s reputation for nepotism and corruption

     

Angola’s new government must tackle the country’s reputation for nepotism and corruption, both at home and abroad, analysts suggest. President João Lourenço has made a positive start in challenging the… Read more »

Angolan kleptocrat addresses Yale, as anti-corruption activist faces trial

     

Outspoken Angolan human rights activist and journalist Rafael Marques de Morais* will be tried in camera for a story he wrote two years ago exposing alleged corruption, according to news… Read more »

$500m fraud case roils Angola’s ‘oil-soaked kleptocracy’

     

One of the world’s most notorious kleptocracies is in the news again. The son of José Eduardo dos Santos, the former Angolan president, has been named as a suspect in… Read more »