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Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea

Population: 1.27 mn.
GDP: $12.49 bn.
Debt: n/a

news from Equatorial Guinea

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Teodorin Nguema Obiang is back home in Malabo, as the race to succeed his father, President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, heats up. As United States' oil companies and the Corpora...

Brothers Nguema

The latest intrigues among Equatorial Guinea's ruling family indicate the succession struggle is heating up in Africa's emerging oil emirate. The stakes are high: the country's cur...

Call the ex-marines

Washington's State Department has just approved an application by the Virginia-based Military Professional Resources Inc. (MPRI) for a licence to assess Equatorial Guinea's require...

Obiang's heritage

Succession talk could spark political change in Africa's newest emirate

The government goes on denying that the President is gravely ill but speculation continues. When President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo met his Nigerian counterpart, Olusegun Obas...

Border blues

Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon are falling out again over their boundaries in the Gulf of Guinea's oil-rich waters (AC Vol 40 No 9). President Paul Biya failed to dampen down the r...

Troubling the waters

President Obiang wants to be an oil sheikh but this stirs enemies at home and abroad

Investors are scrambling into Equatorial Guinea’s oil-fired economy, which has grown by over 40 per cent a year since 1995; now President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo wants ...

Fishy tale

A Malabo court on 18 August sentenced opposition leader Severo Moto Nsa to 101 years in gaol for high treason and plotting to assassinate the head of state. Luckily for the Partido...


Oil companies not diplomats are making the running after a bizarre presidential election

Blatant cheating, with no secret ballot, a disputed electoral roll and the refusal to allow opposition candidates to withdraw, gave victory – and another seven-year mandate &...

Fast one

One of Africa's most reluctant converts to multi-party politics has pulled a fast one on his critics. Sixteen years after he led a coup against his uncle, President Teodoro Obiang ...

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