The New Yorker - janvier 2020
The New Yorker – 27/01/2020
Earlier this month, news organizations around the world, including the Times, the BBC, and Le Monde, began publishing stories about corruption involving Isabel dos Santos, Africa’s richest woman. Dos Santos has always maintained that she is a self-made billionaire, but her father, José Eduardo, was the President of Angola between 1979 and 2017, and the bulk of dos Santos’s fortune derives from stakes in Angolan banks, diamond companies, a telecom company, and a cement business. From 2016 to 2017, dos Santos was the chair of Sonangol, Angola’s state-owned oil company.