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Health: African States united to comply with WHO requirements.

Under the aegis of World Health Organization (WHO) and of African Union (UA), Ministers for Health of African States met in Luanda (Angola) to fine new strategies to reduce mortality rate of African populations. Participants in the high-level historic meeting decided the creation of an African Agency of medicine and …

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Angelique Kidjo: The most influential woman of Africa

The Beninese singer, Angélique Kidjo belongs to the list of the most famous African women who make move Africa. The success of her song artist career made of her a major personality on the continent. Forbes Magazine recently appointed her as the most influential woman of Africa. She is one …

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Ivory Coast: Five new rural localities supplied with drinking water

Access to drinking water in faraway zones in Africa is a current issue. Government of Ivory Coast, conscious of the situation set as goal to increase the coverage rate in drinking water of the country at 82,5 % in 2015. To achieve this they inaugurated last Saturday in the district …

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Togo vision 2030: towards accelerated growth.

After about twenty years of suspension of international community aid, Togo returns to growth. At the instigation of its president Faure Gnassingbé, several plans and programs are launched to attract investors and reduce poverty rate in the country. Government of Lomé, henceforth, goes up a gear with the ambitious project …

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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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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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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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«Our oath for Algeria»: the controversial video of pro-Bouteflika.

The video created discord. Entitled « Our oath for Algeria », the clip of campaign song for the candidate-president did not make unanimity on Internet. The video produced by Djaffar Kacem showed about sixty Algerian personalities supporting the candidacy of president Bouteflika. Those who set their voice for this music were: Cheb …

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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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Aminata Dramane Traoré: the Malian fighting against neocolonialism.

Aminata Dramane Traoré is a reference for African elite that aspires to a model of development other than those dictated by western countries. The Malian politician and writer is famous for her outspokenness and her fight against neocolonialism. Co-writer of « La Gloire des imposteurs– Lettres sur le Mali et l’Afrique » …

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Lindiwe Mazibuko: the thirty-year-old woman who dreams of becoming President of South Africa!

In 2015 or in 2019, she dreams of becoming President of South Africa. Vigorous woman and full of conviction, Lindiwe Mazibuko does not hide her ambition. Her rise is judged lightning. In 2009, Lindiwe Mazibuko was elected Member of Parliament for Democratic Alliance (DA) political party in Durban, the largest …

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Amara Konneh: African minister of finance of 2013!

According to the famous financial magazine, the African minister of finance of the year 2013 was the Liberian Amara Konneh. The magazine appreciated « his leadership in the maintaining of economic stability and growth in Liberia”. We can read: « this prize represents the vote of confidence on behalf of markets.” Thus, …

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