Witnesses said the stampede happened after fans found the gates to the Estádio 11 de Novembro stadium shut after the match. When police opened the gates, fans rushed out and some were trampled under police horses.
Dos Santos, Africa's longest-ruling president behind Equatorial Guinea's Teodoro Obiang Nguema, will step down after guiding the OPEC-member from Marxism to capitalism while embracing Chinese oil-for-infrastructure investment.
The son-in-law of Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos said on Thursday that a Congolese court had sentenced him in absentia to one year in prison for real estate fraud, a move that could further strain relations between the neighbouring countries.
TWO more Gujaratis,who were stranded in Angola after a dispute with the workers and the management of the cement company they were working for,returned home on Saturday after an ordeal that lasted for over a month.
Its homecoming for yet another Gujarati working at a cement plant in Angola,nearly a week after four of his co-workers returned after being stranded at the plant located 300 kilometres from Luanda,capital of Angola,following unrest on salary payment issue.
The condition of over 1,200 Indian workers held hostage by a company in Angola was grim and the government should take immediate measures to expedite their release,a Gujarati worker who was among those stranded in the African country said here on Saturday on his return.