Mr Ping goes to Washington
Jean Ping might be very touchy about his interaction with [...]
For the first time since Gabon's controversial presidential elections on August 27, Jean Ping is to have a meeting with [...]
Under intense pressure since his hotly disputed August 27 election [...]
With Gabon still in the throes of a fierce dispute about his election victory, the president’s security is very much a family affair.
The deputy head of Gabon’s autonomous election commission (Cénap), Paul-Marie Gondjout, 57, raised eyebrows when he suddenly resigned during the [...]
We’ve seen it all before, only daddy did it better. By obtaining an unfeasibly large number of votes in Haut-Ogooue, Ali Bongo tried to take a page out of his father Omar Bongo’s book. The late Bongo senior had no [.
Coming to an end of his seven year term in office on Aug. 27, president Ali Bongo will have certainly won the prize for political unpopularity in Gabon. Forsaken by his supporters in Haut Ogooue and a majority of the [.
With only six months to go before Gabon’s presidential elections, witch-hunts are the order of the day in Libreville. At the annual conference of the ruling PDG (Parti Democratique Gabonais) in the Gabonese capital on March 12, President Ali Bongo [.
The Chinese defence industry has been using Jacob "Jack" Hazout, a French consultant who is as ubiquitous as he is discreet, to snag defence deals in far-off places. Hazout, who in addition to his mother tongue speaks English, Arabic, Spanish [.