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Kenya “We are still the Hub!”

For the top management which includes, the president Uhuru Kenyatta (56 years old) and his golden boy, the course is maintained. Nothing needs to slow down the process until 2030, when the country is expected to become an emerging country. Report from Nairobi by Dounia Ben Mohamed "We are still...
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AGM cafés: another way of thinking about Africa

Platform dedicated to agribusiness in Africa, Africa Grenier du Monde, innovates with AGM Cafés. A concept away from the big forums a dozen participants gathered around a personality to debate a theme that invites to reflect on the challenges of the continent. To issues related to agriculture in particular. An...
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Gambia: Tourists bounce back after political impasse

Gambian tourism is picking up again with many European tourists returning to the country after the recent political impasse which drove thousands of holiday makers away from the “smiling coast of Africa.” Gambia is very popular as a tourist destination and tourism plays a key role in the country's economy....
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Ivory Coast: The youth sets out aspirations

In a context of social unrest, the new cabinet of Amadou Gon Coulibaly, the Ivorian Prime Minister, is expected on many projects by the whole population. But it is first and foremost the Ivorian youth, jobless or not, that looks at what should be the Ivorian government’s priority areas. Public...
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South African entrepreneurs brace for profitable 2017

Emerging South African entrepreneurs, just like most African entrepreneurs, endured a very frustrating 2016 as turbulent economic times spread across the continent. May they brace for profitable 2017. The South African economy took a backward knock that was mainly headlined by political and higher education instability. 2016 saw the local...
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ECCAS 2025: Racing Against the Time

The member countries of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) adopted in 2007 a strategic integration plan dubbed the Vision (2025), which fundamentally look up to transform the region into a sanctuary of peace, balanced development, solidarity and free movement of goods, people and services. The essential objective...
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ECCAS 2025: Racing Against the Time

The member countries of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) adopted in 2007 a strategic integration plan dubbed the Vision (2025), which fundamentally look up to transform the region into a sanctuary of peace, balanced development, solidarity and free movement of goods, people and services. The essential objective...
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