The poll will mark the end of the 38-year rule of President Jose Eduardo dos Santos who is not running for reelection.
The lawyers accuse the Angolan president of nepotism and violating Angolan probity law
The court was acting in response to a case filed by 14 Angolan lawyers who accused the president of nepotism and violation of the Angolan probity law.
The appointment of President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law, Simba Chikore, as COO of the country's national airline is just the most recent controversy.
The opposition say the country's long-serving ruler is trying to become an "absolute king"
All in the family: Angola president picks eldest daughter to head state oil firm, western firms scramble for contracts
Isabel dos Santos, 43, is Africa's richest woman, while her brother already runs the country's sovereign wealth fund.
The reality is that the majority of small firms actually do not grow. In fact they fail.
Falling currencies, the plunge in oil prices and flagging stock markets conspire to push seven Africans off the list.
His daughter suspended him from the party, and his granddaughter is running against him in his constituency - can an African strongman stomach that?
Luanda is said to be the most expensive city in Africa-and the world. Here's how ordinary Angolans beat the odds
'To survive here you have to have more than one job and work really hard.'