The 73-year-old Dos Santos has ruled Angola since 1979, is the second-longest ruler in Africa after Equatorial-Guinea's Obiang Nguema
Lagos-London is the eighth-fastest growing private-jet route in the world, and if you go to Wilson airport in Nairobi, it’s full of private jets.'
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It would crown a comeback from political obscurity after Thabo Mbeki outmaneuvered him to become deputy president in 1994.
Within the next 5 years two of Africa’s long-serving leaders - Angola's dos Santos and Zimbwe's Mugabe- will either leave us or step down from power.
Mugabe stuck a knife in Mujuru’s back, bundling her out as VP and having her kicked out of the party – supporters say she is not toast yet.
President Pierre Nkurunziza is expected to seek a third mandate, and the comment will have reverberated within the region.
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Zimbabwe, Zambia and Angola among those where successions are being closely watched and might throw up surprises.
You might actually be better off as an outsider if you are in a larger economy