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IMF delays Angola meeting on bigger loan to allow for more talks
The International Monetary Fund’s executive board postponed a meeting on Angola until at least the second half of August to allow more time for work with authorities in the southern African nation who have asked for a bigger loan.
Angola's oil exploration evaporates as COVID-19 overshadows historic reforms
The coronavirus pandemic has done in a handful of months what even a 27-year civil war did not: It has brought oil drilling to a halt in Angola, Africa’s second-largest oil producer.
How Angola's Isabel dos Santos stole a fortune: ICIJ documents
Isabel dos Santos, Africa's richest woman and daughter of Angola's former president, allegedly siphoned hundreds of millions of dollars of public money into offshore accounts, according to leaked documents.
IMF approves $247 million reform loan to Angola
The IMF has approved a second tranche of a $247 million loan to be paid to Angola under its Extended Fund Facility following a review of the southern African oil producer’s progress under the program.
Angola will only scrap subsidies when cash transfers are ready
Angola and the International Monetary Fund have agreed that the oil producer won’t scrap fuel subsidies before a new cash-transfer program is in place to protect vulnerable households from the impact of higher prices.
Zika in Africa: Rare birth defect on the rise in Angola
Emiliano Cula starts to cry as his tiny fingers, curled into a tight fist, are stretched by a physical therapist to stimulate motor control.
Angola's former president steps down as party chief after 4-decade rule
Angola's former President Jose Eduardo dos Santos has handed his position as the leader of the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (PMLA) party to incumbent President Joao Lourenco after more than four decades of political rule.
A guide to Africa's key markets in 2018
from Angola to Zimbabwe
For bond investors, Africa was a happy hunting ground last year.
Angolan flash flood claims at least two dozen lives
Flash flooding has left at least 24 people, many of them children, dead and dozens of others missing in a market in southern Angola.

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