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Isabel Dos Santos

Date of Birth: 1973


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Bank scandals hit MPLA hard

ZAP's key shareholder is none other than presidential daughter Isabel dos Santos, who also heads the state oil company Sonangol (AC Vol 57 No 12, The Sonangol is you)...


The bad loans bite back

OverwhelmingAnother concern is the overwhelming dominance of Isabel dos Santos, the billionaire daughter of the President, in the banking sector...

Teixeira's largesse include Isabel dos Santos's husband, Congolese-born businessman Sindika Dokolo...


Dos Santos picks his man

Zenu will have to content himself with running the US$5 billion sovereign wealth fund, the Fundo Soberano de Angola, much as his sister Isabel dos Santos, a reputed billionaire, is in charge of state oil company Sonangol and a vast business empire with strategic investments in Angola and Portugal (AC Vol 53 No 22, Sovereign wonga fund)...


Hangover cures in Lusaka

After Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos announced last week that his daughter Isabel dos Santos would run the state oil company, a consultant at Sonangol claimed that over $50 bn...


The Sonangol is you

The surprise appointment of Isabel dos Santos, the billionaire daughter of President José Eduardo dos Santos, to chair the state oil company Sonangol has been greeted with dismay by reformers and with muted acceptance by the oil industry...


Hair shirts of the Atlantic

Many of these involve Angola's top businesswoman, Isabel dos Santos, daughter of President José Eduardo dos Santos...


Diamonds’ best friend

More energy seems to be going into negotiations over setting up a state diamond-marketing company with interests close to Isabel dos Santos, daughter of the Angolan President...

The Angolans involved, including Isabel dos Santos, have pledged 7 billion CFA francs (US$11 million) in investment...


Good banks from bad

A BNA statement in October said that Geni Holding Company, which is linked to Isabel dos Santos, the billionaire daughter of President José Eduardo dos Santos, has a shareholding in the new bank alongside the state oil company, Sonangol (AC Vol 49 No 14, Daughters and Generals)...

Given the complex web of cross-ownership between the main Angolan and Portuguese banks, mixed with players such as Isabel dos Santos and Sonangol, Banco Económico's fate may well be decided in a wider consolidation process...


Princess Guebuza weds

Isabel Dos Santos, another super-wealthy daughter of a Lusophone head of state with a liberation struggle past, has also been invited, we hear...


Toxic loan fears grow

These are said to include the President's daughter Isabel dos Santos, Gen...


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