The New Life of Isabel dos Santos at Unitel

Isabel dos Santos is an Angolan investor, businesswoman, the richest woman in Africa and the eldest daughter to the former president of Angola, Jose Eduardo dos Santos. She was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, in April 1973 and later joined the all-girls school in Kent, Cobham Hall. Her higher education entails pursuing an electrical engineering course at King’s College in London, England, and venturing into business working for several companies listed under the European stock exchanges. As an investor, the businesswoman is involved with multiple holdings in Portugal, Germany, Gibraltar, and the Netherlands encompassing different sectors.

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Quando temos equipas que realmente se empenham em fazer a diferença e melhorar a vida dos outros, os resultados estão à vista. Uma comunidade inteira que é ajudada por nós Sodiba. São quase 150 pessoas que fazem parte da Zona 3 do Bairro do Bom Jesus e que nós Sodiba apoiamos com o todo o amor. O verdadeiro ganho está em melhorar a qualidade de vida da nossa comunidade. Aqui, as mamãs e papás falam das actividades que fazemos com as crianças. De encher o coração… ❤ #SharingbyIsabeldosSantos #ResponsabilidadeSocial #Sodiba #Angola #DiadaCriança When we have teams that really strive to make a difference and improve the lives of others, the results are undoubtable. An entire community that we Sodiba are taking care. There are almost 150 people in Zone 3 of “Bairro do Bom Jesus” and that we Sodiba support with all our heart. The real achievement is in improving the quality of life in our community. Here, parents talk about the activities we promote to the children. Amazing … ❤

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From Chairman of the Board to the Company Administrator

Unitel, the leading telecommunications company in Angola, replaced the firm’s chairman of the board held by Isabel dos Santos. She lost the leadership of the board at the company after allegations concerning financial management while in the position. However, the businesswoman remains in the company’s executive team but will be under restrictions. According to her statement, she praised the committee members from their work and dedication for furthering the company goals hence improving on growth and profits.

The move to lower her position from the company president to an administrator comes after several changes were made at Unitel. The proposal recommended by PT Ventures (Oi) and supported by Sonangol witnessed significant changes and replacement. Some of them include the appointment of the new director general, Miguel Geraldes replacing Englishman Anthony and a new finance supervisor, Joao Boa Quipipa. The events come after a Paris court ruled out that some Unitel shareholders are required to pay about six hundred million euros to Brazilians as compensation on dividend payments.

In a statement released by an anonymous source, Isabel dos Santos will seize from making company decisions unless authorized by the PTV and Sonangol. She is also banned from making statements on behalf of Unitel as well as determining the company destiny. Unitel comprises of four shareholders each with an equal share of twenty-five percent of the total assets. They include Sonangol; PT Ventures; Vidatel, a company owned by Isabel dos Santos; and Geni, owned by Leopoldino Nascimento who is also the chairman of the board of vice president meetings.

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