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Monica Jiman “Women’s entrepreneurship, a daily reality”

Monica Jiman, Executive Director of Pentalog Software Factory is President of the first Francophone Women Entrepreneurs' Network (Refef). Interview by Bilkiss Mentari, in Paris How did you join Pentalog and then progress in the company? As soon as I finished my university studies, I had my first entrepreneurial experience. At...

Parcours Faty Ly Le design pour montrer l’Afrique autrement

Poussée vers des études scientifiques, Faty Ly, Sénégalaise, a redécouvert sa passion pour l’art en vivant à Londres. Elle retourne alors sur les bancs de l’école, à la prestigieuse Central Saint Martins of London pour se former à l’art de la céramique, avant de fonder, à Dakar, sa marque,  Fatyly… A...

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 group that currently generates several million euros. By Zahra Rahmouni, Algiers For the young entrepreneur, it all starts when his father-in-law stopped working as a butcher and graciously gave him his...

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 one of these players.   Rudy Casbi All ideas are good for structuring entrepreneurship in Senegal. As investment funds multiply in Terranga, some actors of Senegalese civil society are making...

Jigeen Tech: ICT queens in Senegal

Launched in 2012, the Jigeen Tech Hub movement continues to make a name for itself. This women's collective wants to participate in the emancipation of other women and girls through computer literacy in Senegal. Rudy Casbi   Located near the Blaise Senghor cultural centre in Dakar, Jigeen Tech Hub (Jigeen...

Dieuveil Malonga: the playmaker of African cuisine

Relaxation and reassuring gait, Dieuveil Malonga knows the right star above him. Discreet in appearance, this Congolese chef sets the fire in the kitchen as well as on our taste buds. Rudy Casbi met him for the Africa News Agency.   Born in Congo-Brazzaville and then adopted by a German...

Pascal KAFANDO, the electrical engineering

Pascal Kafando who was interested in crafts in his childhood , has made from his passion a solid professional activity. Focus on the young general manager of the New ELECtric Technologies Company (NET-ELEC). By Ibrahima SANOU   To well-born souls, value does not wait for a number of years. An affirmation...

William Elong launched the new drone “made in Cameroon”

After his successful ‘DroneAfrica’ application, with various professional applications, William Elong, in the top 10 of the ranking of young entrepreneurs by Forbes Africa, launched, through his start-up Will & Brothers, a 100% Cameroonian drone. His latest fundraising in early April ensured a promising future for a company that wanted...
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