Angola Renews Reforms, to Privatize More Than 70 State-Owned Companies 

  Angola Renews Reforms, to Privatize More Than 70 State-Owned Companies Angola plans to privatize 74 state companies over the next few years, predominantly those in the industrial sector, according to the prospectus sent to investors as part of the country’s Eurobond issuance. Africa’s second-largest crude producer has been battered by a fall in the price…

Post-Sanctions Sudan Dangles $10bn to Lure Back Investors: Will They Come?

    Post-Sanctions Sudan Dangles $10bn to Lure Back Investors: Will They Come? Post-Sanctions Sudan is hoping to entice investors to bring in about $10bn to the country, following the end of sanctions. The question is: Will they come? Sudan’s president is wanted for crimes against humanity, the economy has lost much of its oil…

Africa’s Richest Woman Making New Deals After Being Fired From Sonangol

    Africa’s Richest Woman Making New Deals After Being Fired From Sonangol Less than a month after being fired as head of Angola’s state-owned oil company, Isabel dos Santos says she is studying new deals. Dos Santos, Africa’s richest woman, said two major Angolan banks she has links to are preparing to sell shares as part…