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Boardroom coup results in Africa's richest woman being sacked

Boardroom coup results in Africa's richest woman being sacked

A President. A Boardroom coup. Africa’s richest woman. A state-owned oil company. The major players in this case could form the plotline of a decent action movie.

However, this case is steeped in fact. Reporting by The Telegraph has revealed that Angola’s new President has sacked Africa’s richest woman from her position as Chair of Sonangol, the state-owned oil company, in a Boardroom cull.

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