Gabon News


Monday, 10-20-14, 14:33Gabon Goes to BEAC Money Market[Cameroon Tribune]The government of Gabon has offered treasury bonds for sale at the Bank of Central African States (BEAC) counting for the last quarter of 2014 with the aim of raising between FCFA 100 to 110 billion for the public treasury by the end of 2014, Gabon Eco reported on Saturday, October 18, 2014. In this connection, it is offering seven bonds in the market in order to raise the needed finances before the year ends. read more...
Thursday, 10-09-14, 4:37Gabon's Private Media - Senators Advocate Increase in Public Assistance[Cameroon Tribune]A private members' bill was examined in the House with proposals for the proper organization of the assistance. read more...
Wednesday, 10-08-14, 14:51Hookworm Vaccine Passes in Brazil, to Be Tested in Gabon[SciDev.Net]Sao Paulo -A vaccine for parasitic intestinal worms has been shown to be safe in Brazilian clinical trials, according to its US developer. read more...
Tuesday, 09-30-14, 12:51Why We Massacred Gabon - Eaglets Captain[Daily Trust]Golden Eaglets captain Kelechi Nwakali has said Saturday's 5-0 drubbing of Gabon at U.J Esuene Stadium in Calabar which confirms Nigeria's qualification for the African Junior Championship in Niger next year is a payback for the humiliation they suffered in Libreville. read more...
Monday, 09-29-14, 11:14Gabonese Opposition Demands Two Terms for Presidency[Cameroon Tribune]The Union of Forces for Alternance « L'Union des forces pour l'alternance » (UFA), that brings together many radical opposition parties in Gabon, have been calling for a constitutional amendment that will limit the mandate of the President of the Republic to two terms. The opposition party leaders organized a press conference in the capital, Libreville on Friday, September 26, local press reports said. read more...
Monday, 09-29-14, 10:34Eaglets Pummel Gabon 5-0, Qualify for Niger 2015[This Day]Nigeria's Golden Eaglets yesterday thrashed Gabon 5-0 in Calabar to qualify for the African Junior Championship in Niger on a 6-2 aggregate. The Eaglets lost 2-1 in Libreville a fortnight ago.Following the victory in Calabar, the Nigerian team has booked a ticket to next year's Championship to be hosted in Niger between February 15 and March 1. read more...
Monday, 09-29-14, 8:02Eaglets Wallop Gabon 5-0, Qualifies for U-17 African Championship[Vanguard]Calabar - Nigerian Golden Eaglets on Saturday at the UJ Esuene Stadium, Calabar, defeated Gabon 5-0 to qualify for the 2015 Confederation of African Football (CAF) U-17 Championship holding in Niger Republic. read more...
Monday, 09-29-14, 6:04Golden Eaglets Beat Gabon to Qualify for African U-17 Championships[Premium Times]Nigeria's U-17 team, the Golden Eaglets, are through to next year's African U-17 Championships scheduled to take place in Niger Republic as the Eaglets thrashed their counterparts from Gabon 5-0 on Saturday at the UJ Esuene Stadium in Calabar. read more...
Friday, 09-26-14, 11:55China Offers Gabon Medical Materials for Battling Ebola[Focac]Libreville -Chinese ambassador to Gabon Sun Jiwen on Wednesday handed over medical materials meant for prevention of Ebola contamination to the Libreville hospital. read more...
Wednesday, 09-24-14, 8:06CAF Picks Moroccan Officials for Nigeria-Gabon Duel[Vanguard]Moroccan referee, Noureddine El Jaafari licensed by FIFA in 2013 would be in the centre when Nigeria's Under-17 side, Golden Eaglets host Gabon this weekend in their second leg-final round decisive qualifier. read more...


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