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Angolan and Mozambican Politicians Among Most Influential Africans

Brazilian blogger Marcio Pessoa comments [pt] on personalities from Portuguese language countries who have been featured on the list of the world's most influential Africans of the magazine The Africa Report: the Angolan Manuel Vicente, former president of the state oil company (Sonangol), and the Mozambican Daviz Simango, the founder and President of the Democratic Movement of Mozambique (MDM) and the current mayor of Beira.

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