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Gabon advised to repeal 2001 media law and draft new legislation

Reporters Without Borders wrote to the Gabonese government today with its recommendations for the government’s planned reform of the 2001 (...)

Published on 2 May 2013 Read


RWB meets President Bongo, urges him to promote media freedom

A Reporters Without Borders delegation led by secretary-general Christophe Deloire met with President Ali Bongo Ondimba in Libreville during a (...)

Published on 8 February 2013 Read


Journalists harassed for violating taboo on ritual killings

Reporters Without Borders condemns journalist Olivier Ndembi’s interrogation by the General Directorate for Investigation about his research into (...)

Published on 24 October 2012 Read


Suspended prison sentence and fine against journalists on L’Union

Reporters Without Borders today voiced astonishment at a three-months suspended prison sentence handed down yesterday for libel to a journalist (...)

Published on 10 June 2010 Read


New temporary ban on newspaper Ezombolo

Reporters Without Borders today strongly condemned a new six-month ban slapped on the newspaper Ezombolo by the National Communications Council (...)

Published on 27 May 2010 Read


Letter to President Nicolas Sarkozy on eve of talks with President Ali Bongo

Reporters Without Borders wrote to President Nicolas Sarkozy on 19 November 2009 on the eve of his meeting in Paris with his visiting Gabonese (...)

Published on 20 November 2009 Read


Communications council punishes nine media

Reporters Without Borders today condemned what it called Gabon’s “persistently repressive impulses” after the National Communications Council (CNC) (...)

Published on 13 November 2009 Read


Fear in Libreville after leading daily’s editor is arrested and questioned for several hours

Reporters Without Borders deplores the climate of fear that the authorities have created among the Gabonese media by arresting Albert Yangari, (...)

Published on 25 September 2009 Read

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