Côte d’Ivoire : on a new way

The COVID-19 pandemic has come and gone, but it has not dampened the resilience of the Ivorian economy, which is getting back on its feet with investments in strategic sectors. By Issiaka N’guessan, Abidjan The country can currently boast political stability after the serious military-political crisis of September 19, 2002...
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South Africa: GDP down by 0.7

South Africa's economy remains "fragile" with GDP falling 0.7% in the second quarter, after two consecutive quarters of growth. "The devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN, south-east) and (electricity) load shedding have contributed to this decline, weakening an already fragile national economy that had just returned to a pre-pandemic level," explains...
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Tribune Credit funds AND bankS: the perfect pair

The continually growing credit funds provide financing formulas likely to widen the range of possibilities offered to SMEs on the continent. It is a flexible and tailor-made approach which, far from competing with traditional bank financing, could on the contrary complement it, argues financier Sidoine Viagbo.     By Sidoine Viagbo, Deputy...

Algeria Hirak, Covid-19, and digital… A new era?

In Algeria, the constitutional referendum, organized last November and marked by a large boycott, revealed the gap between the government and the society. A failure, questioning the results of the hirak while the Algerian economy is facing its eternal problem: diversification. A little hope remains: entrepreneurship and digital development could...
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Ghana First contraction of GDP for 37 years in the second quarter

Ghana saw its economy, affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, contract by 3.2% over one year in the second quarter, a first since 1983, announced the national statistics service (GSS). Between April and June, "for the first time in 37 years, Ghana's economy contracted by 3.2%, Samuel Kobina Annim, the chief...
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