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François Bozizé Yangouvonda

Date of Birth: 14 October 1946


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Regional risks rising

The background to the diplomatic round and the key decisions to be taken is the governmental vacuum left by President François Bozizé over several years and failure of the current government to replace it with anything stronger...


Lords of misrule

The African Union and the United Nations, both heavily criticised for their bias in favour of President François Bozizé Yangouvonda, maintained a hard line, refusing to reward his successor with easy recognition...


Séléka takes power

On 25 March, President François Bozizé fled to neighbouring Cameroon via Congo-Kinshasa, stopping in a border town after arriving by helicopter, accompanied by bodyguards, a nephew and several large suitcases...


South African troops under fire

Defence Minister Nosiviwe Noluthando Mapisa-Nqakula will be feeling vindicated, as her disquiet at the military deployment and the reputation of CAR President François Bozizé were already known (AC Vol 54 No 2, With Zuma to Bangui)...


Bogged down in Bangui

While leading opposition figure Nicolas Tiangaye is to lead the Government of National Unity, President François Bozizé insists on Finance Minister Albert Besse keeping his post (AC Vol 54 No 2, Bozizé back from the brink)...


Bozizé back from the brink

President François Bozizé Yangouvonda will serve out the rest of his term until 2016, while a government of national unity will implement reforms and oversee parliamentary elections...


With Zuma to Bangui

’ President François Bozizé’s former advisor Sylvain Ndoutingaï (see Feature, Bozizé back from the brink), who in 2009 was still the potential heir to Bozizé as well as Minister of Mineral Resources, was the architect of the connection to South Africa...


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