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[wanabidii] Gabonese president continues to ignore multiple concerns about vote rigging (M&G Africa)
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Gabonese president continues to ignore multiple concerns about vote rigging
President Ali Bongo won't let his drum be banged.
Tanzania pushes for delay to regional EU trade deal amid concerns over their industry
'The trade deal with the EU gives East African Community member states duty- and quota-free access for their goods to the EU'
Zimbabwe: Protestors told not to get 'excited' after judge lifts ban on protests
State-owned media have called Justice Priscilla Chugumbu's overturning of a rule banning protests a "temporary hindrance".
Gabon's ex-justice minister claims 'attempts on his life' following his resignation
Justice Minister Seraphin Moundounga resigned on Monday over President Ali Bongo's refusal to recount ballots, amid allegations of vote-rigging.
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