By BBC Panorama

Isabel dos Santos: Africa's richest woman 'ripped off Angola'

  • Jan 20, 2020

Image copyright Getty Images Leaked documents reveal how Africa's richest woman made her fortune through exploiting her own country, and corruption. Isabel dos Santos got access to lucrative deals involving land, oil, diamonds and telecoms when her father was president of Angola, a southern Afric

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