The Fall of Africa's Richest Woman
In the past month, with a stroke of a pen, General João Lourenço - the man her father personally chose to replace him - has annulled four contracts worth over US $22 billion. The former "princess" is crying foul, and is threatening to sue the Angolan state however, the state is calling out her bluff, writes Rafael Marques de Morais for Maka Angola.
Maka, 23 July 2018
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