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CÔTE D’IVOIRE – Applications open for the 11th Edition of the Orange Social Entrepreneur...

Since 2011, the Orange Social Entrepreneur Award in Côte d'Ivoire (POESCI) rewards technological projects with a positive impact allowing the improvement...

MADAGASCAR – A project to build two cable car lines before 2023

The Malagasy government has an ambitious plan to build two cable car lines before the 2023 Islands Games. The project, unveiled...

IVORY COAST – Public Treasury Gets Seven Smart ATM’s

The Directorate General of the Treasury and Public Accounting, through its Treasury Deposit Bank, has inaugurated seven new ATMs, two (2)...

SOUTH AFRICA – Towards the removal of 63,000 illegal taxis from traffic

The South African Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula, wants to withdraw 63,000 illegal taxis from circulation over three years. This project is...

SOUDAN: Sudanese pound devalued to reduce the country’s debt

The Sudan Central Bank devalued the Sudanese Pound on Sunday, 21 February. The currency will now align with the currency market exchange...

SENEGAL: Makhtar Diop heads IFC

On Thursday, 18 February 2021, the World Bank (WB) announced the appointment of Makhtar Diop as Managing Director and Executive Vice...

MARROCO: 34 approved projects with a total cost of more than $1.2 billion

A total of 34 projects were reviewed and approved by the Investment Committee in Morocco, meeting on Wednesday under the chairmanship...

ANGOLA: US$1.3 billion invested to supply water to Luanda

Angola received a total of US$1.3 billion in funding for a drinking water project in Luanda from Bita. The announcement was made...

MAURITANIA: €9 million for food security and agriculture

On Tuesday, 09 February, Mauritania signed two financing agreements worth €9 million with the Agence Française de Développement (AFD). These funds...

NIGERIA: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala heads WTO

Nigerian economist Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala was brought to the head of the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Monday, February 15, 2021. With...

IVORY COAST : Former slave children accuse chocolate makers

March, Nestlé and Mondelez are among the seven multinationals questioned by eight former illegal workers for “complicity in forced labour” on...

GABON: A fisheries agreement with the EU

The Ganonaise authorities intend to make good use of its fishing resources to boost its economy in this context of health...

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