Gabon official websites hacked
The Anonymous hackers collective on Sunday claimed it hacked into more than 70 Gabon government websites, as part of what it called a campaign against dictatorships. Government sites including the ministries of communications and the civil service were inaccessible on Sunday, as were the websites of at least 30 other institutions. The presidency website continued…
Gabon president hospitalized in Riyadh
Gabonese President Ali Bongo has been hospitalised in Riyadh, Saudi state media said, without giving more details.
Gabon votes for first time since violence-marred 2016 election
Oil-rich Gabon, ruled by the same political dynasty for nearly half a century, started voting Saturday in long-delayed legislative and municipal polls, the first since a presidential election two years ago that was marred by deadly violence and allegations of fraud.
Gabon holds first vote since violence-marred 2016 election
Oil-rich Gabon, ruled by the same political dynasty for nearly half a century, votes Saturday in long-delayed legislative and municipal polls after a presidential election two years ago that was marred by deadly violence and allegations of fraud.
Cousin appointed sole Gabon coach after Aubameyang's father rejects job
Former Gabon international Daniel Cousin has become the sole coach of the national team after Pierre-Francois Aubameyang, father of Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, refused an offer to join the set-up.
Master-Of-The-Forest Pygmies Tackle Tough Lifestyle Changes
Ebona is one of the ethnic Baka Pygmies in Gabon whose profound knowledge of the forest is their sole source of income. Just back from the hunt with a choice selection of plants, Ebona feels at home in the endless forest where many Gabonese fear to tread. "Townsfolk paid me to find these leaves," the…
Nigerian returnees lament Gabon ordeal
Three hundred and ninety returnees from Gabon have decried the ill treatment that was meted out to them by the government of the Country throughout their stay. Of the 390 returnees, 48 of them are Nigerians.
Gabon arrests dozens in knife attack that wounded two Danes
Police in Gabon arrested dozens of people Sunday over a knife attack that wounded two Danish nationals working for National Geographic, apparently in retribution for "US attacks against Muslims," officials said.
Ten hurt as Gabon police end rally for opposition figure
Ten people were injured in Libreville Tuesday as Gabon police broke up a rally organised to mark the return of opposition leader Jean Ping following a trip to Europe.
Gabon TV host suspended after Bongo 'death' blunder
A newsreader for Gabon state television has been taken off the air after mistakenly announcing the death of President Ali Bongo, the channel said on Saturday.