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Shea butter: the secret of success of sisters Tawema.

They did not look far for raw materials of their industry. Sister Carole and Glwadys Tawema are producing shea butter, a rapidly growing economic activity. Both Beninese sisters created in 2005, Karethic Company specialized in Production, packaging, marketing of shea butter and its by-products. They also give trainings in this …

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«Fattéliku»: new album of Youssou Ndour full of memories

The Minister-adviser of Senegalese president Macky Sall never misses the opportunity to value the genius that slumbers in him. After he had brought out a  song peace in Central Republic of Africa, Youssou Ndour just launched on 4th April, historic date of Senegal « Fattéliku » (Memory in English), an album of …

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Employment of the Youth: PROVONAT, Togolese solution that works.

Victoire TOMEGAH-DOGBE, Minister of Basic Development, Craft industry, Youth and Employment of the Youth. 750 new national volunteers took oath last Thursday, 3rd April  in Lomé within the context of the program of National Voluntary service Promotion in Togo (PROVONAT). These graduate jobless young belonging to the 7th group of …

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Now official: Nigeria is the first African economic power.

Africa Top Success announced it. It is now official. Nigeria is the first economic power of Africa. The country of Goodluck Jonathan has just outclassed South Africa after the change calculation of its GDP. The Gross domestic product of Nigeria is estimated at 510 billion dollars against 384 billion for …

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Health: traditional medicine in Ivory Coast, a model for the sub-region.

In Ivory Coast traditional practitioners are no more considered as charlatans in several countries of Africa. Since one month, a new pavilion open at the Teaching Hospital of Treichville has accommodated doctors (of conventional medicine) and traditional practitioners who are working in collaboration. This established confidence is the fruit of …

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Made in Congo: robots to fight against corruption.

Thérèse Kirongosi is an industrial electronics engineer native of Democratic Republic of Congo. One year ago, she launched in Kinshasa the very first robot capable of regulating road traffic. The initiative was saluted by all and the city of Lubumbashi has just acquired its robot. Kirongosi is praising the merits …

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FEMUA: Magic System group launched the 7th edition of the festival.

Magic System, the international famous group of Ivory Coast, did not forget where they come from. A’salfo (Salif Traoré), the helmsman of the group launched on 4th April in Marcory (municipality of Abidjan), the 7th edition of Urban Musics Festival of Anoumabo (Femua 7). Ivory Coast Ministers of Culture and …

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Jackie Appiah: the Ghanean star is going to say yes to Bobby Obodo.

Rumor becomes persistent. The Ghanean artist Jackie Agyemang who lives a loving adventure with his prince, the Nigerian actor and musician Bobby Obodo, would be about to say yes to the latter. According to the site Nigeriafilms.com that revealed the news, the Nigerian artist made the preliminary steps at the …

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Kwasi Enin: the Ghanean desired by the US biggest universities.

He is 17 years old; he is of Ghanaian origin and is wooed by eight universities of Ivy League. The young Kwasi Enin when sending his candidature to the prestigious eight universities of the USA was not expecting such an answer. Universities of Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth College, Harvard, Universities …

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SIMA 2014: Dakar will welcome the African biggest music show from 20th to 22nd November.

The framework of reflection on African music promotion is getting shaped. After Yaoundé (Cameroon), the second edition of International African Music Show (SIMA) will be held in Dakar (Senegal) from 20th to 22nd November 2014. To reposition African music on international market, such is the mission assigned to this meeting …

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Barkhad Abdi: the original story of Somalian hollywoodian star!

Born on April, 10th 1985, Barkhad Abdi is an American actor and director of Somalian origin. At the age of 7 years, he escaped war that decimated his country for Yemen. In 1994, he landed with his family in Minneapolis. In America, he was at the same time a limousine …

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«Cocoa ‘na Chocolate» : 19 African artists sing agriculture

The African Union declared 2014, the year of agriculture. Several non-governmental organizations are leading various actions to incite decision-makers to invest in the sector. The NGO « ONE » succeeded in mobilizing about twenty African artists who sang for the cause. « Cocoa ‘ na Chocolate » is the title of the song that …

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Ollofindji Babatundé Rasaki: the boss of printing in Benin

Ollofindji Babatundé Rasaki is a self-taught Beninese businessman. Born in 1965, the Beninese launched himself into business sector after obtaining his high school diploma in 1984. He created a small unity of photocopy and sale of office automation equipment. His first attempt was a masterstroke. The small company attracted of …

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Samuel Esson Jonah: the Ghanaian laborer that has become a very influential businessman.

At the age of 20 years, Samuel Esson Jonah could not imagine the impressive career path for which he was intended. Laborer in a gold mine in Ghana, he won a scholarship to continue his studies in England. Samuel E. Jonas is one of the most influential businessmen of Africa …

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Employment of the youth: African countries defuse « the time bomb »

27 African countries were in reflection from 31st March to 1st April in Abidjan to find sustainable solutions to employment problem of young people. Introduced by inter-country quality pole in the domain of technical and professional skills development in association with the Association for Education Development in Africa (ADEA), this …

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Senegal: Experts announced the writing of the history of the country.

« No one is allowed to destroy a page of the history of people because people without history, it is a world without soul », said Alain Foka. The majority of colonized African countries inherited their histories drafted by colonists. Senegal wants to distance itself by launching the ambitious project of rewriting …

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«Loincloth in celebration» 2014: Togo is boosting its textile sector.

Between Wax loincloths and Togo, it is a love story. This small country in West Africa founded its reputation in 80s on prosperous business of Dutch loincloths held by women commonly called « Nana Benz« . After years of crises aggravated by fire on big markets of Lomé and Kara in January …

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Renewable energies: the solution for competitive Africa

Africa is not lacking raw material to become a giant of renewable Energy. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Africa and renewable energies are « the way towards sustainable growth. » Conscious of the potential that the continent has, the actors working in the domain made an appointment from 24 …

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John Dramani Mahama : Ghanaian president at the head of the ECOWAS

Officially since this Saturday 26th March 2014, Ghanaian president, John Dramani Mahama, 55 years old, was elected at the head of the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) during the 44th ordinary summit of the ECOWAS in Yamoussoukro. He succeeds to his Ivory Coast homologue, Alassane Ouattara. The outgoing …

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20 young builders of Africa of tomorrow: Magatte Wade at the top of Forbes’ list!

Forbes magazine adores rankings! And having revealed a few days ago, the biggest African fortunes , Forbes is interested in the ranking of « 20 young builders of Africa of tomorrow ». At the top of the list is the Senegalese Magatte Wade , business woman of 38 years and the founder …

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Jessica Colaço: «There are yet African Steve Jobs! »

Jessica Colaço is partnerships guiding at iHub in Kenya. She attended at Austin in Texas to South by South West (SxSW) world-famous festival dedicated to digital innovation. She is convinced that mobile is going to change everything in Africa. She said it to «Jeune Afrique magazine»: « Our main asset is …

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Twitter: Also successful in Africa! South Africa ahead!

Facebook, that just celebrated its 10 years anniversary as Africa Top Success reported, well took roots on the continent. Twitter is facing difficulties but the famous social network which allows 140 digits maxi to communicate becomes more and more successful in its turn. A recent investigation revealed that South Africa …

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AfricTalents: African graduates are meeting on 21st March in Dakar!

This event is always highly awaited and followed: Edition 2014 of AfricTalents forum will take place in Dakar on March, 21st and 22nd. The platform mobilizes the large companies which operate on the continent and the young graduates. AfricaTalents has for objective to help candidates all origins taken together, to …

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The 20 under 40 years old African «young leaders of the world»

They are 20 and they are less than 40 years old. They are already successful and a bright future still awaits them! The world economic forum has just revealed the list of the « young world leaders ». They were at first 214 to have aspired to this classification. 19 came from …

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Salaries of African Heads of state revealed! 19 765 euros for Jacob Zuma! 200 euros for Paul Biya!

How much can an African Head of state can then well earn? “Jeune Afrique” magazine has just realized a very great instructive investigation: who is the best paid? The most favored? The better accomodated? Answers with our interactive map. Here is the comment of the site: « Attacking salaries and official …

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Africa Buzz Sports: African sport has its program on “Télé Sud”! – Video

Here is the sports program that was missing, Africa Buzz Sports! It was launched on Friday, November 8th, 2013 by Africa Top Sports.com The program is entitled Africa buzz Sports. It is coproduced with “Les Dépêches de Brazzaville” broadcast on “Télé Sud « . It is repeated on “Télé Sud” on Sunday …

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Spencer Lopes: Miss West Africa 2014!

She is a Cape Verdean. Spencer Lopes, student in marketing-advertising became on Saturday, December 14th, in Abidjan-Cocody, the 17th edition of the beauty competition, Miss ECOWAS-2014 (Economic Community of West African States). « I think of my friends, my parents and my country to which I dedicate this victory. » Her measurements: …

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Facebook is celebrating its 10 years: Africa, the main growth driver for the social network!

10 years already! Facebook saw the light of day on February 4th, 2004. The success of this social network is purely amazing: we count today more than 1, 12 billion users in the world. The group has just published an annual net profit of 1, 5 billion dollars (1, 1 …

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