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Gabonese President Ali Bongo has made a first round of high-level new appointments in some key institutions. [...]
In July Libreville will ask to join the Commonwealth, West Africa Newsletter can exclusively reveal. [...]
Ali Bongo was kept on the fringes of power by his father, the late Omar Bongo, and today Ali Bongo is doing the same thing to his dozens of siblings and half siblings, whom he has been busy sacking from [...]
By teaming with opposition leader Pierre Mamboundou, who is expected to be appointed his Vice President at the end of April, Ali Bongo is trying to ward off the threat of defeat in September’s parliamentary elections. [...]
Whether it’s an official or private visit, Gabon president Ali Bongo Ondimba’s trips to Paris never go unnoticed. It’s always a family excursion- with a big crowd in tow. [...]
Members of the former Union Nationale who took refuge in [...]
Opposition leader Andre Mba Obame’s move to declare himself president, ahead of the country’s parliamentary elections later this year, has exacerbated political tensions. [...]
Ali Bongo has made some significant changes in his cabinet. Laure Olga Gondjout and Maixent Accrombessi emerge as the key figures. [...]
Prime minister Paul Mba kept his job in the January 14 reshuffle, but his circle of allies has shrunk considerably. [...]
Gabon’s first lady had to endure a luggage search at Paris’ Le Bourget airport during a visit mid-January, West Africa Newsletter can exclusively reveal. [...]
Gabon’s minister of communication Laure Olga Gondjout has been a zealous defender Omar Bongo’s name, amid growing media attention over the “Ill-gotten gains” affair. West Africa Newsletter has the inside track. [...]
Like its next-door neighbor Cameroon, Gabon usually appears to be fast asleep. Only cabinet reshuffles and elections seem to shake it out of its general torpor. As a result, next year’s legislative elections, the first time Gabon will be called [...]
In his bid to win the 2011 legislative elections, Ali Bongo is busily courting his political opponent, Pierre Mamboundou. [...]
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