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Rafael Marques de Morais

Date of Birth: 31 August 1971


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A dam for a daughter

The story of the dam contract was first reported by dissident blogger Rafael Marques de Morais on his Maka Angola website...


The bad loans bite back

BDA has focused financing in Kwanza Sul province, whose governor, General Brito Teixeira, has in recent years given away thousands of hectares of arable land to political figures, including himself, according to the website run by dissident journalist Rafael Marques de Morais, Maka Angola...


Fifteen on file

Fresh from his own high-profile courtroom battles, activist Rafael Marques de Morais launched a public attack on the group’s arrest...


Statoil on the spot

Last year, Angolan human rights campaigner Rafael Marques de Morais sued Vicente, accusing him of violating conflict of interest law by continuing to chair China Sonangol whilst acting as national Vice-President...


Luanda shouts back at Lisbon

Teixeira Parreira, who was in 2000 charged with embezzling money from embassy accounts in what some have said was an attempt by the regime to discredit him, has links to Angolan dissident and investigative journalist Rafael Marques de Morais (AC Vol 53 No 2, Marques takes them on)...

His evidence to the Portuguese prosecutors, which cites material also reported by Rafael Marques, is also understood to name two of the President’s children, Welwitschia dos Santos ‘Tchizé’ and Isabel dos Santos, who have extensive, diverse investments in Portugal, as well as several other high-up MPLA figures...


Vicente and China Sonangol

In the complaint filed on 8 August, journalist and human rights activist Rafael Marques de Morais accused Vicente of breaking Angolan law by engaging in business activities that conflict with his role as a senior government official...


Luanda’s crude power

In late 2010, thanks to investigations by Angolan journalist Rafael Marques de Morais, it emerged that Nazaki was 99...

According to Rafael Marques, Poliedro’s shareholders include Minister of Territorial Administration Bornito de Sousa; Ginga Isabel Neto, daughter of Ruth Neto and Da Graça Verissimo e Costa; and former Deputy Finance Minister Sebastião de Sousa dos Santos Jr...


Marques takes them on

A doughty campaigner, Angolan journalist Rafael Marques de Morais, has launched a formal complaint against three top officials close to the presidency for taking personal stakes in oil concessions and abusing their office...


Defying the democracy wave

Investigative journalist Rafael Marques de Morais has written extensively about claims that Vicente benefited personally from the restructuring of Sonangol in 2008...


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