Luanda - Generals Leopoldino do Nascimento "Dino" and Hélder Vieira Dias Júnior "Kopelipa" were heard at the National Directorate of Investigation and Criminal Action ( DNIAP), the Attorney General's Office (PGR) has announced.More about this news
Soyo - The Attorney General's Office (PGR) in Zaire province said that it is working on setting up magistrates across the municipalities in the region, mainly on border districts with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Sumbe - Provincial Prosecutor of the coastal Cuanza Sul Province , Joaquim Macedo da Fonseca, announced last Thursday, in Sumbe City, that investigations are underway as a result of some complaints about alleged mismanagement of 75 million kwanzas granted by the central government for covid-19 prevention programme in the region.
Luanda - The Attorney General's Office (PGR) announced last Tuesday the seizure of more than 1,000 unfinished properties, buildings, shipyards and lands in the satellite city of Vida Pacífica (Zango Zero ward) and in Kilamba satellite town, all in Luanda Province, built with public funds and which were in possession of Chinese companies.
Luanda - Attorney General's Office (PGR) denied Sunday allegations of negotiations with businesswoman Isabel dos Santos or her representatives on the criminal and civil lawsuits against her.
Lubango - The Attorney General Hélder Pitta Grós said last Wednesday, in the southern Huila Province, that some imprisonment involving minor crimes should be turned into fines or compensation to the harmed party.
Luanda - The Attorney General of the Angolan Republic, Helder Pitta Grós, admitted last Wednesday, in Luanda, the possibility of issuing an arrest warrant against the Angolan businesswoman Isabel dos Santos, who has been accused of embezzlement and money laundering, among other malpractices, while she was at the helm of the public oil company Sonangol.
Luanda - The Angolan Attorney Office (PGR) will, from January 2020, test a regional coordination management model, for greater effectiveness in promoting democratic legality and defending state interests.
Luanda - Aenergy has filed with the Luanda Provincial Court to challenge what it considers to be the "illegal and unfounded" seizure of the company's four turbines, parts and consumables, in the course of an injunction filed by the National Asset Recovery Service General Attorney of the Republic (PGR).