Angola : le gouvernement récupère plus de cinq milliards de dollars détournés

Le gouvernement angolais retrouve enfin son trésor pillé ou perdu. Depuis le début de cette année, plus de cinq milliards de dollars reposent désormais dans les caisses de l‘État. « I want my money (...)

Germany : Harmonized inflation rises in November

2019-12-13 16:26

France : Harmonized inflation edges down in October

2019-11-06 08:50

Slovakia : Industrial production rebounds in July

2019-09-10 16:10

Costa Rica : Government proposes tightening the belt in 2020

2019-09-10 10:51

Poland : Business sentiment at 19-month low in July

2019-07-24 15:35


African Agricultural Technology Foundation News

Sierra Leone : ACC Sensitises Staff of Agric. Ministry

[Concord] The North-West Regional office of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has on Thursday 16th January 2020 held a sensitization meeting on corruption with staff of the Ministry of (...)


RFP/INCLUSIVE FINANCE/2019 Synopsis of the Request for Proposal (Individual Consultant) Solicitation Reference No. RFP/INCLUSIVE FINANCE/2019 Title of Solicitation Technical Assistance to Uganda (...)

A Market Correction : Helping a Farming Association Rebuild

Stefano Gaspirini, Country Director of iDE Mozambique, discusses how a farmer association in Mozambique is helping its members to overcome poor market access through more information and better (...)

Index-based livestock insurance : Reflecting on success


Potato production in Africa can be increased by 140% – Find out how !

A new paper describes an innovative new methodology tested on potato for the first time, combining modelling and a comprehensive online survey.

Burkina Faso making progress with GMO research

By Joseph Opoku Gakpo January 19, 2018 Agriculturalists in Burkina Faso say their country is still open to using the tools of biotechnology, despite the decision to stop growing genetically (...)

CGD Africa

CGD – Africa "CGD conducts research and analysis on a wide range of topics related to how policies and actions of the rich and powerful affect poor people in the developing world. Examples include (...)

To save the company, Telkom says it must cut jobs

Last week, ITNA reported that Telkom has faced gloomy share-price performance on top of dwindling earnings in the last few months – leaving the South African network provider in big trouble. With (...)

GM's Cruise unveils its first driverless vehicle

The launch comes six months after Cruise delayed its self-driving vehicle service in San Francisco.

ACCF grants $4.7m to support projects in African countries

The Africa Climate Change Fund (ACCF) recently approved seven new project proposals amounting to around $4.7 million.

São Tomé and Principe PRIASA Project


MTN Zambia appoints new chief fintech officer

MTN Zambia has today announced the appointment of Mr. Komba Malukutila as Chief FinTech Officer effective 1st February 2020.

Alistair Mokoena to head Google South Africa

Google South Africa today announced that Alistair Mokoena will take up the role of country director.

Business Maverick : Foreigners Dump Indian Bonds Fearing Widening Budget Deficit

Global funds have turned net sellers of India’s sovereign bonds for the first time in four months, as expectations grow of a wider budget deficit.

Zitamar Daily Briefing, 21 January

Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for Tuesday, 21 February 2020 Zitamar Daily Briefing Jan 21 Zitamar News is excited to announce the creation of our sister company: Zitamar (...)

Gugulethu Residents Accuse Taxi Drivers of Crime

[GroundUp] Gugulethu residents have accused drivers of amaphela taxis of committing sexual assaults, house break-ins and robberies in the area.

Several months after his death, Nipsey Hussle’s legacy inspires ‘The Marathon Book (...)

Nipsey Hussle left behind a list of books he considered required reading. That has inspired a multi-city book club targeted at Black and Latino men who want to learn what he knew The post Several (...)

Newsdeck : Man United’s Shaw spreads festive cheer with hampers for staff

Dec 16 (Reuters) - Manchester United full back Luke Shaw has shown the Christmas spirit by buying hampers from London department store Harrods for the club's support staff, the Daily Mail (...)

KZN MECs to visit affected areas after storm

Mop-up operations are under way across KwaZulu-Natal. The province's MECs will visit the affected areas including hospitals and schools, after Tuesday's heavy rains damaged (...)

Laundering Isabel dos Santos

The news broke across international media late on 19 January 2020: Isabel dos Santos’s fortune appears


The ‘Night of Ideas’ is an annual event, initiated by the Institut Français, the French Agency for International Cultural Relations, to share ideas and knowledge around topical issues and across (...)

Who was the woman behind Lumumba ?

Fifty-nine years ago today, on January 17, 1961, Congolese prime minister and independence leader, Patrice Lumumba,

Transforming Research Excellence

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Sacred Songs

by Bill F. Ndi


If one thinks about it the whole thing goes back to amaQheya; the cultural proletariat... a proletariat with a cultural history that has taught it to be careful of an African (...)

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Comcast offsets video losses with business, wireless and broadband

Comcast continues to add customers even as the traditional bundle shifts dramatically.

Intensifying cooperation on Libya – Maas visits Algiers and Tunis

Following the Berlin Libya Conference, the priority now is to implement the decisions adopted there. To achieve this, it is important to involve Libya’s neighbouring countries and the region. That (...)

Lagos state government opens relief camps for victims of pipeline explosion

Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Lagos State governor, on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, ordered the opening of Igando Relief Camp of the Lagos State Emergency Management Authority (LASEMA), to persons (...)

Desert locust invasion threatens food security in Ethiopia.

The recent invasion of desert locusts in Ethiopia has become a huge threat to food security in the Horn of Africa country. The post Desert locust invasion threatens food security in Ethiopia. (...)

The White House implausibly claims meetings weren’t withheld from Ukraine. Adam Schiff offered a (...)

We got new allegations and insights into the episode last week from Lev Parnas. Adam Schiff tied it all together Wednesday.

Schiff offers compelling rebuttal to a spurious White House claim

We got new allegations and insights into the episode last week from Lev Parnas. Adam Schiff tied it all together Wednesday.

Burundi parliament approves “golden parachute” for president despite economic (...)

The parliament of Burundi passed a legislation on Tuesday, January 21, 2020, which offers a one-off sum of $530,000 to President Pierre Nkurunziza as he prepares to leave the office. The post (...)

Minister of Foreign Affairs meets with Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, (...)

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, met in Rabat today, with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans residing abroad, Mr. (...)

Your manager, or 69% of what that person does, will be automated, says Gartner

Bots, intelligent assistants and automation are going to take over most of what your manager currently does.

Tanzanian president sacks home affairs minister over fraud

Head of state says the ministry was leading in undertaking fraudulent projects.

KICOTEC to offer ready market for Kitui cotton farmers

The county government of Kitui is banking on the Kitui County Textile Centre-KICOTEC to offer a ready market for cotton farmers in the area as well as lift more residents out of poverty. County (...)

2020 Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) launched

Download logo The 2020 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) partners plan to support 6.1 million of the most vulnerable people in Sudan, which will require US$1.4 billion. Due to the current fragile (...)

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Al-Shabab attack at Dusit complex in Nairobi, Kenya

al-Shabab claimed the attack
Al-Shabab attack at Dusit complex in Nairobi, Kenya

Al-Shabab attack at Dusit complex in Nairobi, Kenya

Kenya : au moins 15 morts dans l’attaque djihadiste à Nairobi (16/01/2019) Le Parisien “The Inspector-General Joseph Boinett said that at about 3pm, a group of assailants attacked the DusitD2 (...)
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