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ⓘ 2019 in Angola. 2 July – The Angola national football team is removed after losing from the Africa Cup of Nations after a 1–0 defeat to Mali ends their chances ..




                                     

ⓘ 2019 in Angola

  • 2 July – The Angola national football team is removed after losing from the Africa Cup of Nations after a 1–0 defeat to Mali ends their chances of progressing beyond the group stage of the contest.
  • 21 August – Presidents Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda sign an agreement in Luanda to fix the bad relations between their respective nations after recent accusations of spying, murder, and harming trade.
  • 5 December – The International Monetary Fund allows for a $247 million loan to Angola after believing the governments efforts to lower state spending and change the ways in which money was earned in the national economy beyond oil as good.
  • 8 September – The mens national basketball team stops going to the 2019 FIBA World Cup in China with one win and four losses from five games.
  • 1 November – Aristofanes dos Santos, the provincial commander of the national police, announces that national firearms limiting campaigns over the past eleven years have resulted in the forced removal of more than 100.000 firearms, most of which were found to have connections to the Angolan Civil War.
  • 15 August – Former transport minister Augusto da Silva Tomas is found guilty by the Supreme Court of charges including theft of money, fraud, and abuse of power committed during his tenure in office from 2008 to 2017. He is sent to fourteen years in prison.
  • 31 December – The belongings of Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of former President Jose Eduardo dos Santos, are frozen by the government after she is accused of failing to repay $1 billion in goverment funds.
                                     

1. Deaths

  • 15 January – Jeronimo Neto, handball coach born 1967.
  • 9 January – Filipe Abraão, basketball player born 1979.
  • 15 April – Joaquim Alberto Silva, footballer born 1974.
  • 22 November – Eduardo Nascimento, singer born 1943.
                                     
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