Vuvuzelas – plastic horns – which blow loud monotone notes, shot to global attention seven years ago during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
The leader of Gabon’s main civil service union called for a boycott of the African Nations Cup (CAN) on Wednesday (January 12), saying the money the country is spending on hosting the tournament would
Gabonese President Ali Bongo has been sworn in for a second term.
Gabon’s Constitutional Court has upheld President Ali Bongo’s narrow election victory.
France’s foreign minister has said the constitutional court of Gabon must examine a challenge to the country’s presidential election by opposition candidate Jean…
Accused of cheating at the polls in Gabon, re-elected President Ali Bongo turned the tables on Wednesday, saying that if electoral fraud was committed it was by his challenger Jean…
Gabonese opposition candidate Jean Ping declared himself president on Friday (September 2), after a disputed election that triggered two days of post-election riots against President Ali…
At least three people have died and hundreds have been arrested in a second day of protests in Gabon following the announcement of President Ali Bongo’s re-election, amid accusations that the vote was
Over a thousand people have been arrested during two days of post-election violence in Gabon after the announcement of the results for the 2016 presidential election.
A spokesman for Gabon's main opposition leader, Jean Ping, has said the Gabonese people will not accept figures from the electoral commission suggesting that incumbent Ali Bongo was on course for a se
Gabon remains on edge ahead of official presidential election results in which both sides have declared victory and traded accusations of cheating.
Supporters of both Gabon’s president and of his chief rival have declared their candidate as the winner of Saturday’s election.
Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was named African Footballer of the Year ending Yaya Touré‘s four year stranglehold on the accolade. The
The New York Forum Africa 2013 is underway in Libreville in Gabon. It’s the second time the Forum has met in Africa since its beginnings in New York
Gabon’s administration has praised the “measured reaction” of police after clashes with anti-government protesters two days before the country
It is time to look at Africa with fresh eyes. There is a spirit of optimism on this continent of over a billion people. The World Bank says
An unprecedented gathering of global movers and shakers in Gabon have ended a conference recommending ways of boosting business opportunities in
Hundreds of policymakers and financial experts have converged on Gabon’s capital, Libreville, for a three-day conference aimed at boosting business
The New York Forum Africa will be held from June 8-10 in Libreville, the capital of Gabon. Hundreds of industry figures, entrepreneurs and political
The US city of Pittsburgh is welcoming world leaders, amid calls for tougher action to prevent a new economic crash.
The G20 gathering of major
Three days of unrest following disputed presidential elections have moved Gabon’s government towards declaring a state of siege in the city of Port
An uneasy calm has settled across Gabon’s capital Libreville following riots after presidential election results declared Ali Bongo the winner
Tension remains high in Gabon after a disputed presidential poll saw Ali Ben Bongo declared the winner.
Large parts of the capital Libreville