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The princess lost her locket (jewel sticker stories) - The Princess Who Lost her Hair - Tololwa Mollel



Luanda/London - On October 6, with the dust still settling on Angola's first change of power in 38 years, new President João Lourenço sat down with international oil majors at the presidential palace in Luanda.

The top executives in Angola of Chevron, Total , BP, Eni and Exxon said the oil sector was being devastated by delays in project approvals at Sonangol and a backlog of payments owed by the state oil company, according to four oil industry sources with knowledge of the meeting.

They warned Lourenço that Angola's production would decline from 2019 unless swift action was taken to tackle problems at the firm, which was headed by Isabel dos Santos, daughter of his presidential predecessor, the sources said. They declined to be named because the discussions were confidential.

LUANDA/LONDON (Reuters) - On Oct. 6, with the dust still settling on Angola’s first change of power in 38 years, new President João Lourenço sat down with international oil majors at the presidential palace in Luanda.

The top executives in Angola of Chevron ( CVX.N ), Total ( TOTF.PA ), BP ( BP.L ), Eni ( ENI.MI ) and Exxon ( XOM.N ) said the oil sector was being devastated by delays in project approvals at Sonangol and a backlog of payments owed by the state oil company, according to four oil industry sources with knowledge of the meeting.

They warned Lourenço that Angola’s production would decline from 2019 unless swift action was taken to tackle problems at the firm, which was headed by Isabel dos Santos, daughter of his presidential predecessor, the sources said. They declined to be named because the discussions were confidential.

Luanda/London - On October 6, with the dust still settling on Angola's first change of power in 38 years, new President João Lourenço sat down with international oil majors at the presidential palace in Luanda.

The top executives in Angola of Chevron, Total , BP, Eni and Exxon said the oil sector was being devastated by delays in project approvals at Sonangol and a backlog of payments owed by the state oil company, according to four oil industry sources with knowledge of the meeting.

They warned Lourenço that Angola's production would decline from 2019 unless swift action was taken to tackle problems at the firm, which was headed by Isabel dos Santos, daughter of his presidential predecessor, the sources said. They declined to be named because the discussions were confidential.

LUANDA/LONDON (Reuters) - On Oct. 6, with the dust still settling on Angola’s first change of power in 38 years, new President João Lourenço sat down with international oil majors at the presidential palace in Luanda.

The top executives in Angola of Chevron ( CVX.N ), Total ( TOTF.PA ), BP ( BP.L ), Eni ( ENI.MI ) and Exxon ( XOM.N ) said the oil sector was being devastated by delays in project approvals at Sonangol and a backlog of payments owed by the state oil company, according to four oil industry sources with knowledge of the meeting.

They warned Lourenço that Angola’s production would decline from 2019 unless swift action was taken to tackle problems at the firm, which was headed by Isabel dos Santos, daughter of his presidential predecessor, the sources said. They declined to be named because the discussions were confidential.

This folktale adapted from the Akamba people of East Africa is about a vain princess who refuses to show kindness to a bird building her nest. She says no when the bird asks for a strand from the princess’ long hair. This refusal brings drought and famine to her kingdom and a loss of the princess’ beautiful hair. In the midst of this famine, a beggar boy called Muoma sets off to find the bird. For sharing his food, water, and strength with an ant, a flower, and a mouse, respectively, he is rewarded. He is enabled help to assist in bringing the drought to an end and to help the princess to regain her hair. In gratitude, the chastened princess marries Muoma.

There once was a king who had one daughter. She was his pride and joy for this princess had the loveliest hair in the world. Every night singing maidens wove her hair into magical plaits to make it grow longer and lovelier still.

Each morning, with the plaits undone and her hair adorned with gold, her handmaidens held her hair up off the groung as the princess strolled from the place to be admired by her subjects.

Luanda/London - On October 6, with the dust still settling on Angola's first change of power in 38 years, new President João Lourenço sat down with international oil majors at the presidential palace in Luanda.

The top executives in Angola of Chevron, Total , BP, Eni and Exxon said the oil sector was being devastated by delays in project approvals at Sonangol and a backlog of payments owed by the state oil company, according to four oil industry sources with knowledge of the meeting.

They warned Lourenço that Angola's production would decline from 2019 unless swift action was taken to tackle problems at the firm, which was headed by Isabel dos Santos, daughter of his presidential predecessor, the sources said. They declined to be named because the discussions were confidential.


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