AU President Parties to the Libyan Crisis Will Meet in Malabo for the Formation of a Unified National Government
[SNA] Khartoum -The President of the African Union, president of Guinea professor Alpha Conte, said the parties to the Libyan crisis are meeting in the Equatoria Guinean capital of Malabo to form a unified national government.
Judge Gbeisay Hits Back At Prosecution in Sable Mining Bribery Trial
[FrontPageAfrica] Kakata -In what appears to be rare move in the Judiciary, Judge Yarmie Gbeisay, now presiding over the 13th Judicial Circuit Court in Kakata, Margibi County has hit back at critics of his recent ruling in the Sable Mining bribery case, saying those who come to equity must do so with clean hands.
Did Museveni Get Useful Advice On Oil From 'Deal Maker' Obiang?
[Observer] What expert advice could Uganda possibly get from Equatorial Guinea, a small oil-rich West African nation with a dodgy leadership record, on how to manage our oil resource well?
President Appoints Ambassadors to Angola, Equatorial Guinea
[ANGOP] SÃ£o TomÃ© -The president of SÃ£o Tome and Principe, Evaristo Carvalho, has appointed ambassadors to Angola and Equatorial Guinea, following a proposal from prime minister Patrice Trovoada.
'Dealmaker' Equatorial Guinea's Nguema Reaches Out to Museveni, Signs Oil and Gas Deals
[East African] Just weeks after linking an oil exploration company to South Sudan and signing an oil information sharing agreement with the government in Juba, Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo flew to Kampala to sign a memorandum of understanding with Uganda on oil and gas.
Ugandan Army in Equatorial Guinea to Build Capacity - Museveni
[Monitor] Entebbe -President Museveni on Wednesday restated that the UPDF is in oil-rich central Africa nation of Equatorial Guinea on a capacity building mission, but not to involve in any war.
Equatorial Guinea's Obiang Tells Museveni to be Careful With Oil
[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda is looking to tap into Equatorial Guinea's experience of oil production, in order to build its own capacity before oil production starts.
Equatorial Guinea's Nguema Blames Africa's Woes On Disunity, Hails Gaddafi
[Monitor] Entebbe -The Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, said on Wednesday night that the African continent has potential to transform from its current state of hopelessness into a modernized part of the world but disunity among the 55 states was among the key problems limiting its progress.