Luanda - The media coverage “Luanda Leaks” case on Angolan businesswoman Isabel dos Santos wealth might have as the source the Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto, according to his lawyer, Willian Bourdon, who was quoted by the New York Times as saying.More about this news
Cuito - The former administrator of Chinguar Municipality, Beatriz Napende Diniz was sentenced last Monday, by the Provincial Court of Bié Province, to nine years and 11 months in prison, for crimes of embezzlement, money laundering and criminal association between the years 2011 and 2018.
Luanda - Studies from the Catholic University's Scientific Research Centre (CEIC) estimate that about USD 80 billion for investments were lost by the Angolan State between 2002 and 2014, said the Angolan expert on anti-money laundering and corruption, Benja Satula.
Luanda - The National Police arrested on Friday an agent of the Criminal Investigation Service (SIC) and an unidentified driver, accused of facilitating the escape of two inmates from a prision, in Luanda.
Luanda - At least thirteen buildings, six vehicles and a football training center in the Sequele district of Luanda, belonging to former director of the Angolan National Roads Institute (INEA), Joaquim Sebastião, were ordered to be seized by the Public Prosecution Service magistrate. from the National Asset Recovery Service, ANGOP learned from an authorized source.
Uíge - Three men of Angolan nationality were sentenced Friday by the Uíge Provincial Court to from three to four years in prison for aid to illegal migration.
Luanda - The trial of the ex-Transports minister, Augusto da Silva Tomas, who is being accused of embezzlement, violation of the norms on budget execution and continued abuse of power, is to kick off on Friday (May 31) at the Supreme Court.
Luanda - Luanda's "4 de Fevereiro" International airport pledges smoothness and inviolability despite the high daily flow of migrants - an average of 5,000 passengers - in view of appropriate technical and technological means to combat criminal practices.
Uige - Two former members of northern Uíge Provincial Government, former justice and human rights delegate Miguel Kutoca and the former director of Commerce, Industry and Hotel, Boseke Mayamona Mansony, have been detained since last Monday in this city, accused by the Attorney General's Office (PGR) in the practice of various crimes.