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Who is Angola's next president João Lourenço?
Who is Angola's next president João Lourenço?
João Lourenço is considered to be a loyal party soldier - a man who has always been ready to take on greater responsibility in the governing...
Brutal crackdown fuels Angola rage
Brutal crackdown fuels Angola rage
Tensions are rising in Angola following the fatal shooting of an opposition party member and the use of tear gas and water cannons at an anti-government protest at which nearly 300 people were arrested....
Angolans wait for results after 'satisfactory' polls
Angolans wait for results after 'satisfactory' polls
Angolan state television Saturday broadcast images of the vote from across the country, praising the smooth conduct of the ballot – only the...
Angola: Unita claims poll is in chaos
Angola: Unita claims poll is in chaos
Augusto Joao tutted at the radio as it played yet another repeat of a speech made by long-serving president José Eduardo dos Santos.
Angola opposition says president trying to stall polls
Angola opposition says president trying to stall polls
Angola's main opposition party on Wednesday accused the government of seeking to delay a promised presidential election, calling any postponement...
EU says Angolan poll lacked transparency
EU says Angolan poll lacked transparency
Angola's parliamentary election results in September lacked transparency and were marred by serious organisational weaknesses, according to an EU...
Forty-two face trial over French 'Angolagate'
Forty-two face trial over French 'Angolagate'
Forty-two people including the son of late French president Francois Mitterrand and dozens of businessman, politicians and public figures go on...
Angola's ruling MPLA wins parliamentary poll
Angola's ruling MPLA wins parliamentary poll
Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos's ruling MPLA party scored a landslide parliamentary election victory on Wednesday with nearly 82% of...
Voting in Angola resumes amid controversy
Voting in Angola resumes amid controversy
Voting in Angola's parliamentary election resumed on Saturday for an unscheduled second day amid charges the poll had been chaotic and violated the...
Angola's new dawn
Angola's new dawn
On Friday about 8,3-million Angolans go to the polls, in the first election to be held under peaceful conditions since Angola won its independence...
Smaller parties vie for attention in Angola
Smaller parties vie for attention in Angola
About 8,3-million Angolans will go the polls on Friday in the first election since independence in 1975 to be held under peaceful conditions.
Angola prepares for landmark vote
Angola prepares for landmark vote
Angolan political parties were set to wrap up an intensive election campaign on Wednesday with mass rallies as Africa's biggest oil producer...

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