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Tunisia: The state of exception extended “until further notice

The Tunisian head of state, Kaïs Saïed, had decreed the suspension of Parliament on July 25 for one month. On August 24, through a communiqué from the Presidency of the Republic, he announced the extension of the state of exception. The text specifies that the "exceptional measures" taken on July...
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Cart’Afrik : CCI, a lever to boost the post-Covid African economy

African cultural and creative industries must reinvent themselves to successfully transition into a post-Covid world. This challenge is also a unique opportunity to strengthen the contribution of these sectors to the economy of the continent, according to the Rwandan cultural entrepreneur Raoul Rugamba.  By Raoul Rugamba, CEO of the communication...
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ANA’s Best Places to Visit

For this special tourism feature, ANA's editorial staff suggests 5 “Best” Places to Visit in Africa. Overview.   Mindelo, cultural capital of Cape Verde Vert  As the soul of Cesaria Evora is omnipresent in Mindelo, the cultural capital of the Cape Verde archipelago, where the "Barefoot Diva" was born, it is...
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Botswana: Access Bank acquires BancABC

Access Bank Plc has reached an agreement with Atlas Mara to acquire a majority stake in African Banking Corporation in Botswana, sources close to the matter reported on Monday 19 April. The amount of the transaction was not disclosed, but the sum will include a deferred portion payable 24 months...
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Tunisie : Kaïs Saied en Egypte pour une visite de 3 jours

Le président égyptien Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi a reçu Saied à l'aéroport international du Caire, a déclaré Bassam Rady, porte-parole de la présidence égyptienne, dans un communiqué. Un sommet égypto-tunisien se tiendra samedi au palais Al-Ittihadiya au Caire, a ajouté le porte-parole. Le sommet abordera un certain nombre de questions régionales et...
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Tunisia: Eni to cease hydrocarbon activities (ministry)

The Italian giant Eni, the main foreign oil operator in Tunisia, will cease its hydrocarbon activities in the country, notably because of recurrent social unrest, the Tunisian Energy Ministry said, at a time when a storage site is blocked. Eni, which has been present in Tunisia since the 1960s, will...
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