Angola’s Constitutional Court rejected on Wednesday an appeal by the largest opposition party to annul the results of last month’s election, which gave a landslide victory to the ruling MPLA party. In a...
Angola’s ruling MPLA party has won a general election by taking 61.07 percent of the vote, the electoral commission said on Wednesday, making João Lourenço the next president of sub-Saharan Africa’s third-largest...
UNITA said the numbers had not been gathered transparently and did not tally with their own count.
The People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola is expected to remain in power but with a reduced majority.
An Angolan opposition party, CASA-CE, said on Monday it will use a computer program to minimize the chances of ballot-rigging in next Wednesday's election. The country's main two opposition parties, National Union for...
After 38 years at the helm dos Santos prepares to step down, this is the man who could be Angola’s next President
There are hopes among reformers that Lourenço can bring change, But he is undoubtedly of the old-guard.
The presidential candidate of Angola’s ruling MPLA party, Joao Lourenco, closed his electoral campaign on Saturday.
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