Saturday Feb 22
Medical cooperation experts to visit Sao Tome and Principe
Taipei, Feb. 23 A group of Taiwanese medical experts will be sent to Sao Tome and Principe to explore the possibility of helping the African country to construct a hospital, a foreign affairs official said.
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Sao Tome names new military chief amid army unrest
Sao Tome and Principe's president swore in a new military chief on Wednesday to try to quell growing unrest within the army and head off potential instability in the tiny Central African island nation.
Equatorial Guinea: Big plans of a developing country
In early February of this year, the capital of Equatorial Guinea , Malabo, hosted a symposium dedicated to economic diversification; quite relevant following the government's implementation of the Horizon - 2020 state program aimed at driving Equatorial Guinea on the course of becoming a developing country.
President says discontent in Sao Tome army, plays down fears of uprising
Sao Tome and Principe's president warned of discontent in the island nation's military after striking soldiers boycotted his presidential guard in protest at rising prices, but played down fears of a new uprising.
ERHC Energy Inc. Completes Farm-Out to CEPSA
ERHC Energy Inc. , a publicly traded American company with oil and gas assets in Sub-Saharan Africa, is pleased to announce the completion of its farm-out agreement with CEPSA , an international integrated oil and gas company.