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BOTSWANA – One of the largest diamonds ever discovered

A new diamond was discovered in Botswana on 1 June 2021. This is the announcement made this Wednesday, June 16 by...

COOPERATION – Libya and Tunisia have a trade and transport partnership

The Tunisian and Libyan governments intend to relaunch their cooperation in the field of transport and trade. Tunisian Prime Minister Hichem...

SENEGAL – New presidential command aircraft received in July

GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENT - On July 16, Senegal will receive a new nine A320neo presidential command aircraft acquired from the Airbus company,...

CRYTOCURRENCIE – U.S. Federal Reserve Report Ranks Cryptocurrencies as Threats to Financial Stability

In recent months, cryptocurrencies have seen tremendous growth. As these highly volatile assets evolve, concerns about the current financial system grow....

SENEGAL – Towards a new administrative division, which will now change

As announced by the Head of State after his visit to Keur Massar badly affected by the floods in November 2020,...

IVORY COAST – Transport company lays off 20% of its staff

Socotra (Société de Commerce et de Transit), is the name of one of the largest transport companies in Côte d'Ivoire. It has just...

SENEGAL – ZIRCON: 90% for France and 10% for Senegal

Lompoul, is a small desert area located in the northwest of Senegal, halfway between Dakar and Saint-Louis. It will be the...

ETHIOPIA – Country receives two offers for new Telecoms licenses

Ethiopia announced on Monday that it has received two offers for the award of two licences that will put an end to...

ARICA – Tax evasion in Africa: International trade, even worse than GAFA

L'actualité du jour, c'est comment Google a réussi en 2019 une évasion fiscale de 75 milliards $ (!) taking advantage of...

AFRICA – Cleaning the grid: Electricity generation in Africa

The imperative to respond to climate change is clearer than ever. At the same time as our technological horizons expand and...

EGYPT – Even Given ship owners to pay $900 million to Egyptian authorities

Egypt sued for $900 million in damages from the Japanese ship Ever Given, which disrupted Suez Canal traffic at the end...

AFRICA – 22 countries import their currency from England and Germany

Several decades after their independence, Guinea, Ethiopia, Rwanda and 14 other African countries continue to have their banknotes printed in the...

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