Award-winning Angolan journalist, Rafael Marques's trial for exposing corruption through his watchdog website, Maka Angola, is proceeding despite criticism from the international community. Marques reported that the Law for the Repatriation of Capital which was passed by the government, will allow for money laundering to occur.
My Trial and the Law to Allow Money Laundering
Maka, 20 May 2018
I am due back in court on May 21 for exposing corruption. The corrupt former attorney general of the Republic, General João Maria de Sousa, is the plaintiff. He has failed… Read more »
Maka Angola Journalist Rafael Marques.
Rafael Marques de Morais Describes His Day in Court
Maka, 24 April 2018
Today I returned to court. The judge was in no mood for jokes, berating me for my public criticism of what was decided in the previous session. Read more »
An international media watchdog has issued a statement demanding that authorities end the legal persecution of journalists in Angola. This follows a decision by authorities to ... Read more »
The Angolan government is facing growing criticism for the June 20 indictment of award-winning investigative journalist Rafael Marques de Morais. The indictment follows publcation ... Read more »
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