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Tunisia: Worrying Economic Indicators

The latest figures published by the Central Bank of Tunisia show a worrying development of the Tunisian public debt whose amount reaches 63.18 billion dinars. In one year, the total

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Coopération Cameroun-Chine: de nouveaux accords de 81 milliards de FCFA

L’enveloppe, d’un montant global de 81, 300 milliards de FCFA, est destinée à la réalisation de trois projets d’envergure au Cameroun. Fruit de la coopération Cameroun-Chine, elle permettra de réaliser

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Burkina Faso : La Banque mondiale offre 30 milliards pour appuyer la décentralisation

L’accord signé le 22 septembre entre les deux parties, va permettre de financer la phase additionnelle du Programme d’appui aux collectivités territoriales (PACT), à travers lequel la Banque mondiale met

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Gulf of Guinea: France brings its expertise in the fight against port crime

Abidjan is hosting a seminar on “Combating port crime” in the Gulf of Guinea, hosted by African and French experts, with their auditors at the General Directorate of the Port

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INTERVIEW « Africa Meetings, an enormous logistic, technical and human challenge »

The Africa Meetings will be held from 2 to 6 October. A manifestation wanted as a partnership between French and African companies. And for the second edition, the event will

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Africa Time For A New Deal believes in inclusive solutions

Training, financing, the role of the states and the private sector, social entrepreneurship … All themes addressed in the framework of the Africa Time For a New Deal (ATND) forum,

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Junior NDONG NDONG: “Rethinking our training model”

Founded five years ago, Junior Achievement is an alternative to youth unemployment in Gabon. A country that displays, among other paradoxes, a graduate youth that does not meet the needs

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Vodafone Cameroon out of service

Antoine Pamboro, CEO of  Vodafone Cameroon signed on Friday, September 14th , a press release confirming the shutdown of the company’s activities. The suspension of the Internet service provider is

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Cameroon:  Cosaco promises a scientific and technological revolution

Former students of the Sacré-Cœur secondary school in Makak (Cosaco), have made every effort to make a new school program  in the country.

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STEM has taken South Africa’s education sector forward

Farai Diza
South Africa’s education sector had been under heavy scrutiny ever since the World World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Competitiveness Report  for 2014 – 2015 was released.
This report carried unpleasant