|Gabon: Immigrants Forced to Leave Gabon|
[VOA]Gabon has released 100 of some 500 Cameroonian, Chadian and Central African illegal immigrants detained for 10 months for unlawful mining. Some of the freed people say they were simple refugees from the CAR.
32 Called For African Airtel Rising Stars National Select
The crusade towards the pan African Airtel Rising Stars (ARS) in Gabon next month has begun. 32 players, comprising 16 girls and 16 boys, have been shortlisted into the national select squad. According to Airtel’s Emmanuel Kaunda, the national select is expected to go into camp as soon as (...)
[Malawi Voice] 02/07/2014
Tunisia: Marzouki Arrives in Niamey, Niger
[Tunis Afrique Presse]Niamey -Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki arrived, on Sunday in Niamey, capital of Niger, second stop in an African tour he began from Mali and that will also take him to Chad and Gabon.
Kigali terrorism trial suspects deny evidence
Prosecutors sought to prove that Jean Marie Vianney Ngabonziza, Aminadab Ndyambaje and Innocent Kalisa worked with Lt Mutabazi to threaten state security and plan terror attacks inside Rwanda.
[East Africa News Post] 21/06/2014
Gabon starts talks on massive Belinga iron ore mining
Gabon has opened initial talks with companies to develop the 1 billion tonne Belinga iron ore deposit and will launch a formal tender process in 2016, the chief executive of the state mining firm told Reuters. Read more ...
[Africa Report] 28/05/2014
IOM Helps Malians Fleeing CAR Conflict to Return Home
GENEVA, Switzerland, March 4, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- This weekend IOM organized four evacuation flights from Cameroon at the request of the Malian government for 672 Malians stranded by the conflict in Central African Republic (CAR.) Malian Ambassador to Gabon, Dagnoko (...)