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Seynabou Dia, CEO of GLOBAL MIND CONSULTING received, on the occasion of the sixth edition of Hub Africa held in

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Algeria: Nabil Djedjik, champion of hallal

When he launched his first sale unit in April 2004, Nabil Djedjik still did not know he was heading a

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Senegal: The Meeting of Entrepreneurs in full ascent

Senegal is continuing its economic development. While local authorities are mobilizing, civil society is also fully engaged. Rivolala Ratsimandresy is

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Mali: Diaspora draws the stakes of the presidential election

Mali will elect a new president on July 29, 2018. APUMAF, an organization in diaspora made mainly of academics, establishes

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Wizodia: immovable property made in Africa

Africa is experiencing a “brain gain”. Although very difficult to measure, the phenomenon of ‘the repats movement’ is observed throughout

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Abidjan at the time of cryptocurrency

Ivory Coast will host a brand new training. As part of its development, Ivorian computer coders will learn to manage…

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The blockchain: finance 2.0 in Africa, is it possible?

According to the reference site blockchain.info: 300,000 digital financial transactions have been carried out every day in the world since

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Cameroon: At the Italian school

Construction of the Yaoundé sports complex in preparation for the 2019 CAN, social houses; establishment of an urban transport network

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Africans Overseas: Can the Diaspora Improve Africa’s Economy?

No one really knows how big the African Diaspora is. The World Bank estimates Africans in the diaspora are spread