September 18



September 17

  • Nigeria/Gabon: Garba - Eaglets'll Overcome Gabon

    Daily Independent

    Former Golden Eaglets coach Manu Garba says he's very confident the team will reverse the 2-1 defeat suffered at the hands of Gabon over the weekend in a CAF U17 championship... Read more »



September 16

  • Africa: Tracing the Oil Money

    AfricaFocus

    From 2011 to 2013, the governments of [ten oil-producing African countries] sold over 2.3 billion barrels of oil. These sales, worth more than $250 billion, equal a staggering 56... Read more »



September 15



September 14

  • Nigeria/Gabon: Gabon Shock Eaglets 2-1

    Vanguard

    Golden Eaglets, were beaten 2-1 by Gabon Sunday in their final round first leg 2015 African U-17 qualifier at the Stade Augustin Monedan de Sibang in Libreville. Read more »

  • Nigeria/Gabon: Golden Eaglets Arrive Gabon After Ebola Harassment

    Premium Times

    The Golden Eaglets of Nigeria arrived Libreville on Saturday ahead of Sunday's final round, first leg 2015 African Under-17 Championship qualifier against their Gabonese... Read more »



September 13



September 12

  • Nigeria/Gabon: Gabon Stops Golden Eaglets' Flight Over Ebola

    Guardian

    GABONESE authorities yesterday disembark members of the Nigerian U-17 team, the Golden Eaglets, from a Gabon-bound ASKY Airline flight as a result of the Ebola virus disease... Read more »

  • Nigeria/Gabon: Eaglets Going for Goals in Gabon, Says Coach Amuneke

    Vanguard

    Nigeria's under-17 team, the Golden Eaglets, will go for victory when they confront their Gabonese counterparts on Saturday, the head coach of the team, Emmanuel Amuneke, has said. Read more »

  • Nigeria/Gabon: Gabon Denies Eaglets Entry Into Libreville Over Ebola

    Daily Independent

    The Nigeria Football Federation has protested to the Confederation of African Football (CAF) over Friday's unsavoury treatment of the Golden Eaglets delegation expected to play in... Read more »

  • Nigeria/Gabon: Eaglets Going for Goals in Gabon - Amuneke

    Daily Independent

    Nigeria's under-17 football team, the Golden Eaglets, will go for victory when they confront their Gabonese counterparts on Saturday, the head coach of the team, Emmanuel Amuneke,... Read more »

  • Nigeria/Gabon: Gabon Stops Nigerian Football Team From Entering Capital, Libreville, Over Ebola

    Premium Times

    The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, has sent a protest letter to the Confederation of African Football, CAF, after Gabonese authorities barred the Nigerian U-17 National Team... Read more »



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September 10



September 06



September 05

  • Angola/Gabon: Can2015 - Gabon Defend Honour, Angola Stand for Stay

    ANGOP

    The national football teams of Gabon and Angola will be playing Saturday afternoon in Libreville for the qualifiers of the African Cup of Nations of 2015 in Morocco. Read more »

  • Tunisia: Tunisia, Gabon Sign Six Co-Operation Agreements

    Tunis Afrique Presse

    Tunisia and Gabon signed six co-operation agreements in the areas of administrative assistance, health, higher education, vocational training, employment and post. Read more »

  • Tunisia: Gabon's President Begins Three-Day Visit to Tunisia

    Tunis Afrique Presse

    Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba arrived, on Friday afternoon in Tunis, for a three-day official visit to Tunisia at the invitation of Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki. Read more »

  • Angola/Gabon: National Team Hold Training in Libreville

    ANGOP

    Angola's national soccer team Friday afternoon conducted a training session in Libreville, Gabon, ahead of the Saturday game with the local counterpart. Read more »



September 04

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