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Rwanda: French could be returning to in school 

Rwanda replaced French with English as its language of education a decade ago, but French might be on a revival, thanks to a deliberate effort by the government and the Francophonie to bring back the language.  By Ange Iliza, at Kigali French was the most widely spoken European language in...
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France: Fourth edition of the Ambition Africa forum

The fourth edition of the Ambition Africa forum, the annual meeting for Franco-African economic and trade relations, will take place on October 4 and 5 in Paris. By the editorial staff Euro-African value chains, the business climate in Africa, the new African consumer, the agricultural and agri-food sector, health, urban...
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France-Algeria: rapprochement that smells of gas

The page of misunderstandings between Algeria and France seems to have been turned. French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent trip to Algeria marks a new beginning in the relations between the two countries. The fog lifted, giving way to a recovery and a warming of relations between the two countries. By...
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France: Emmanuel Macron visits Cameroon, Benin and Guinea-Bissau

The French president begins a new African tour on July 25 in Cameroon, Benin and Guinea-Bissau. A tour intended to ""keep the thread of the renewal of France's relationship with its African partners" according to the Elysée Palace. He will be accompanied by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, the Armed...
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Gas: Sonatrach renews its contract with Engie for three years

France will continue to receive Algerian gas via Spain for the next three years. The Maghreb country's state-owned energy company, Sonatrach, announced in a statement that it will renew the contract with the private French company Engie to supply the hydrocarbon through the Medgaz, the pipeline that crosses the Mediterranean...
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Portrait Pap Ndiaye  Back to school benches

The appointment of Pap Ndiaye as Minister of Education in France announced on May 20 has sparked many reactions; the historian has nevertheless a brilliant and committed career. By DBM Finally, he never left the school benches. Born in Antony to a Senegalese father and a French mother, he had...
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Nomination: Etienne Giros takes over as President of CIAN

Meeting in Paris on April 13, 2022, the members of the Board of Directors of the French Council of Investors in Africa (CIAN) have appointed Etienne Giros as President. He succeeds Alexandre Vilgrain, head of the organization since 2008. A graduate of Sciences Po Paris and Economics, Etienne Giros began...
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