authorities on Friday announced the opening of an inquiry into ill-treatment and sexual assaults against members of the under-20 national women's team by their managers.Accounts and images on social networks have drawn attention to the experience of the young Panthers at the Sud Ladies Cup in Marseille last week.
The memorandum of understanding was signed in Libreville between Director General of the ICAO Regional Aviation Security Training Centre in Tunis Hassen Seddik and Gabonese
Minister of Transport and Logistics Justin Ndoundangoye, said a statement issued Thursday by the centre.
Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al-Assaf received at his office in Riyadh today the Gabon's Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation, Regional and Francophonie Integration and Gabonese
Expatriates Abdulrazag G.
football has been thrown into a state of mourning after midfielder Hermam Tsinga collapsed and died on Saturday on the pitch.
Libreville: A player in the Gabonese
first division, Herman Tsinga, has died after collapsing during a game in Libreville, local media reported on Monday.
8 (Saba) - Officers of the Gabonese
army on Monday morning, controlled the national radio and banned the broadcast of President Ali Bongo's speech on the New Year.
On Monday, gunshots were heard around state television offices in the Gabonese
capital at 6:30 am (local time), apart from the Gabonese
Army which stopped the traffic movement surrounding the site.
are questioning the validity of their government's narrative over the health of President Ali Bongo who was reportedly hospitalized three weeks ago in Saudi Arabia after suffering an illness.
Derderri Mohammed Ahmed, on Friday, two messages from the President of the Republic to Gabonese
President Ali Bongo and Congolese Denis Sassou Nguesso relating to the efforts of the President of the Republic in the framework of the African initiative for peace and reconciliation in the Central African Republic.
source: tradingeconomics.com During the meeting, Ismail and Ondimba are set to discuss increasing the number of Egyptian businessmen in the Gabonese
market, mainly in the fields of energy and infrastructure.
Title 1, article 4 of the Gabonese
labor code criminalized forced labor and prescribed penalties of one to six months imprisonment or a fine of 300,000 to 600,000 CFA ($530 to $1,060).