Mouamba tiptoes into presidential territory
Previously confined to economic issues since he was named in 2016, the prime minister is now having his say in other key areas.
Ngondet gains a lot in sway
Unlike his predecessors, prime minister Emmanuel Issoze Ngondet is being pampered by the Bongo regime. Here’s why.
Roch Kabore stiffens his military posture
Accused of being too easy-going on defense and security issues the president has shaken up the military leadership.
Touadera in Tel Aviv in bid to safeguard diamond trade
Central African Republic president Faustin Touadera flew to Israel in hopes of bolstering the diamond business that’s vital to reviving CAR’s economy.
Samuel Marechal pops up in Abidjan
The father of Marion Marechal-Le Pen, a major figure in France’s National Front party until only recently, is back in business after a fallow period.
Sall has the "Y’en a Marre" movement in his cross-hairs
With legislative elections set for July 30, Senegal’s Y’en a Marre has begun to seriously annoy Macky Sall.