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International half marathon of Cotonou: the Beninese Bentille Allassane winner

Absent from tracks during a year, Beninese athlete Bentille Allassane lost nothing of her flexibility and her speed. The young mother was imperturbable last Saturday during the 6th edition of international half marathon of Cotonou. She arrived before her Nigerian competitor Mikael lydi (1H24’40) and won the envelope for 2 …

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Ali Bongo and Alassane Ouattara: «becoming champions South-South cooperation»

Gabonese president Ali Bongo made on Friday, 11th April 2014 a working and friendship visit to his homologue Ivorian Alassane Ouattara. Both heads of states evoked several subjects among which, strengthening of South-South cooperation. At his exit of audience that lasted for three hours, Gabonese president indicated that at this …

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Foufoumix: the invention of Togolese Logou Minsob to easy up houseworks

He is making the happiness of households of west and central Africa. Foufoumix, invention of Togolese electronics engineer Logou Minsob helps obtaining foufou (African dish made from tubers) in 8 minutes. Before the creation of this small machine, tubers (yams, manioc…) were generally pounded by women in painful conditions and …

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Innovation Prizes for Africa 2014: the 10 finalists listed!

African Foundation Innovation published on Thursday, April 10th, the list of 10 finalists in competition for the prestigious  Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA). The best ten inventions chosen over 700 presented will substantially improve lifestyle of Africans. From cooking including ICTS and medicine, everything is made up to facilitate everyday …

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Ciné Droit Libre: « Mandela, a long walk to freedom » shown last Monday in Dakar

Dakar will host from 14th to 19th April 2014, the fourth edition of the film festival committed to the cause of human rights and freedom of speech, « Ciné Droit Libre » (Movie Free right). As its name indicates it, the festival essentially shows films and documentaries that defend human rights and freedom …

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Fashion and media: Togolese journalists will make show on 3rd May

It belongs to cultural events the most mediatized in Togo. “T of media”, this original concept that consists in making of media professionals, models, evening time, will be at its third edition on 3rd May 2013. Introduced by DBD Com and Parteners, the event is within the framework of press …

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Aimes-Afrique: the NGO carries hospital towards populations.

The NGO « Doctors’ International Association for Education and Health promotion in Africa » (AIMES-Afrique), is committed « to carry hospital towards populations. »It is what explains this new trip of the NGO to deep Togo. Dr Michel Kodom chairman of Aimes-Afrique and his team have been staying since 6th April in the prefecture …

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Fight against unemployment: Senegal is creating 600 green jobs.

Africa Top Success reported it earlier that unemployment rate in Africa is a time bomb. Senegalese government, conscious of the danger, opted for green employment which answers not only to a social need but also participates in environmental protection. Senegalese Minister of Environment and Sustainable development, Mor Ngom announced on …

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Ivory Coast: making of pupils, eco-citizens

The initiative is praiseworthy and could be extended to other regions of Ivory Coast. The town of San Pedro, in order to incite pupils to environmental protection, launched a competition called « Competition of the cleanest school ». The competition gathers 11 schools of the town and received the support of the …

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Francophony 8th games edition: Ivory Coast signed specifications.

Ivory Coast is hurrying up for the organization of the 8th edition of Francophony Games. Having received in September 2013 a mission of International Organization of Francophony (Oif) led by Mahman Seriba, the country has just signed on 7th April in Paris, the specifications the aforementioned Games. The ceremony saw …

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Eleni Gabre-Madhin: agricultural grants for the development of Africa

Initiator of the first agricultural grant of Ethiopia, the economist Eleni Gabre-Madhin is planning to extend the project to other countries of Africa. This grant conceived for small traders of informal sector allows farmers and traders to be connected to the global economy, by modernizing Ethiopian agriculture. The success of …

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Sub-Saharan Africa: meeting with growth in 2014

Sub-Saharan Africa will get 5,2 % growth in 2014. It is what Africa’s Pulse of the World Bank published on 7th April. In 2013, the growth of this region of Africa was estimated at 4,7 %. This jump is due to household consumption, to investment in infrastructures and in natural …

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Infrastructures: Niger on rails.

The president of Niger inaugurated on Monday, 7th April in Niamey, the first railroad station of the country. Awaited 80 years ago, the station of Niamey is the first stage of the vast railroad network Cotonou – Niamey – Ouagadougou – Abidjan (2 728 km). The project, carried out by …

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Léna Sène: Making Africa Attractive to big investors.

The news hits the headlines of Senegalese press. Léna Sène, the campaign director of Idrissa Seck during the presidential election 2012, put an end to her political career. In an interview granted to Senegalese newspaper Quotidien, she decided to dedicate herself to her family and her professional activities. Léna Sène, …

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Farmers’ National Day 2014: Burkina Faso honors its producers.

The 17th farmers’ national day is luxuriously getting ready by public authorities of Burkina Faso. This event planned from 10th to 12th April 2014 coincides with the year of agriculture decreed by the African Union. For this year, the meeting is placed under the theme: « Win food-processing challenge in order …

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End of the 4th EU-Africa summit: What is the share of Africa?

Placed under the theme « Invest in human resource for prosperity and peace », the fourth summit European Union – Africa came to an end on 3rd April 2014 in Brussels on a note of satisfaction from participants coming from Africa. Since the creation of this event in 2007, Africa has benefited …

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M-Pedigree: the Ghanaian Bright Simons’ application that saves lives.

In Africa, in spite of government actions to stop the phenomenon, marketing and consumption of imitated medicines remains current events. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 100.000 persons die every year in Africa by taking these products which identity and / or origin is deliberately and fraudulently falsified. A …

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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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Cameroon: two housewives that has become solar engineers!

Francesca Moki and Helen Ntuengue, two less educated Cameroonian women took advantage of solar energy project of RUWDEC to take a training course of 6 months in an Indian school specialized in renewable energies. Since their return, they are profoundly changing the habits of Cameroonian populations deprived of electricity. Both …

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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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Anne Amuzu: among 10 Tech women founder to be followed.

The Ghanaian Anne Amuzu belongs to the list rare African women who refused to leave information and communication technologies market to men. Graduate of entrepreneurial school of technology Melwather, Anne Amuzu launched in 2010 with her class mates, Nadimobile Company. She developed a platform to facilitate exchanges with customer via …

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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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