Anglophones say French is being imposed in schools and court rooms in English-speaking regions.
Libreville has recalled its ambassador from Paris in a show of displeasure
The geopolitical and economic case for Africa: why Francophone Africa matters--and in surprising ways.
Africa can make its own fortune; it just needs to ‘get’ the Francophone region to the table (PART 1)
Much of the divide between Anglophone and Francophone Africa is being bridged, but it has not always been so.
A year ago Cote d'Ivoire Ouattara's shirt was on fire. Now he is sitting pretty, and the region breathing easier
The country goes into an election year that will define its future--and have a major influence on neighbours.
The small West African nation is nothing but tenacious and a pioneer in fascinating ways, from open data to taking the green lead.
French speaking countries on the continent, however, believe that connections are more valuable for success.