Luanda - The trial of the former chairperson of the Angolan Sovereign Wealth Fund, José Filomeno dos Santos "Zenú", begins Monday (9) in the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court.
Luanda - The Supreme Military Court on Friday sentenced to three years in jail the former head of the Military Intelligence and Security Service (SISM), António José Maria "Zé Maria".
Luanda - The Supreme Court has postponed sine die the beginning of the trial of former Angolan Sovereign Fund Chairpersont, Jose Filomeno dos Santos "Zenu", initially scheduled for September 25.
Luanda - The former Angolan Transport minister, Augusto Tomás, was sentenced this Thursday to 14 years in jail over embezzlement and misappropriation of public funds, a lawsuit known as the CNC Trial.
Luanda - Nelson Alberto Gimbi, inspector-general of Nova SOMILS firm (owned by the ex-Transport minister), a witness in the trial implicating several ex- officials of the National Shippers Council (CNC), said the former minister did not know about the contract his company had with the Higher Institute of Logistical Management and Transport (ISGEST).
Luanda - The National Shippers Council (CNC), which operates under the umbrella of the Transport Ministry, provided a cash injection of USD 9.5 million for ASGM firm and USD 7 million for CIMMA company, that produced no return to the Angolan State.
Luanda - The Former director-general of the National Shippers Council (CNC), Manuel Paulo, accused on Thursday, in court, the then deputy for financial and administrative matters, Isabel Bragança, of failing to justify 40 banking movements out of the 100 transfer letters conducted via bank.
Luanda - The former general director of the National Shippers Council (CNC), António Manuel Paulo, last Wednesday in court disclosed that 40 out of the 70 firms that rendered services to the CNC had double contracts that were also fraudulent.