updated Wed. September 7, 2022
M&G Centre for Investigative Journalism
March 8, 2018
Its satellites cover 99% of the world's population, allowing cellphone and Internet providers to offer phone calls, Internet and television. In 2013 ... New Dawn Distribution Company, for services in countries including Sierra Leone, the Republic of Congo, Chad, Gabon, Madagascar, Niger and the DemocraticÃâÃÂ ...
February 16, 2018
Additionally, the project will focus immensely on educational resource improvement by building new schools and universities, as well as providing Internet education. These are just five of the development projects in Gabon that are aiming to improve and strengthen Gabon as a nation. The assistanceÃâÃÂ ...
January 16, 2018
Gabonese government has decided to equip colleges and high schools with computers rooms with broadband internet, reports Ecofin. In this framework, the related school's buildings will be restored. They will also purchase and distribute computers in the schools, implement a security and maintenanceÃâÃÂ ...
September 14, 2017
Gabon's telecom regulator Arcep announced the official launch of a new Universal Service programme aiming to connect 2,700 villages still without internet and mobile services. According to a study carried out by the regulator, around 200,000 people in the country (approximately 15 percent of theÃâÃÂ ...
September 16, 2016
... help citizens avoid outages. It monitored bandwidth in Gabon and noticed it was operating at a fraction of its normal capacity in the days leading up to the vote. Owono said citizens shared photos and videos of election "irregularities" on platforms like Periscope and Facebook before the internet shutdown.
September 15, 2016
Since early September, the government of Gabon has instituted systematic nightly internet blackouts across the country, a move web analysts say is “unprecedented”. The internet curfews last for about 12 hours, starting from early evening to the early hours of the morning, according to Doug Madory, theÃâÃÂ ...
September 2, 2016
The government of Gabon shut down the internet on Wednesday (Aug. 31) following the announcement president Ali Bongo was re-elected by a slim margin for a second seven-year term in office. The move showcased the tensions already gripping the country, with the capital Libreville experiencing a nightÃâÃÂ ...
December 31, 1999
The envisaged large internet broadband will boost regional integration with Gabon endowed with the largest ICT hub in Central Africa and able to attract international companies within the central free trade zone with innovations in various sectors. Digital innovations that can be derived from the project willÃâÃÂ ...
December 31, 1999
The CAB-Gabon project is considered to be among the most innovative digital projects that the Bank plans to implement. Sponsors will be identified to participate in the project under a win-win collaborative partnership with global players to invest in the best ICT technologies. The envisaged large internetÃâÃÂ ...