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Benin: cities soon light up by solar lampposts

University Campus as well as the main roads of Beninese big cities are going to twinkle soon at nights by means of solar lampposts. A project occurring within the framework of the development program of renewable energies in Benin, will soon enter its active phase. According to a communiqué from …

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Joint loan: the concept of Aimée Tenu to relieve Togolese

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-V3v_vZ4Bw[/youtube] Africa Top Success visited Vlisco Togo new ambassadress, Aimée Abra Tenu. As announced on 29th March during her evening of consecration, the executive director of the NGO Sainte Thérèse de l’Enfant Jésus (STEJ TOGO), continues her actions in favor of the poor populations of Togo. Africa Top Success’ team, …

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African Banker awards 2014: the list of the nominees

African Banker, the quarterly magazine dedicated to bank and finance in Africa published the list of 36 financial institutions nominated for its Awards 2014. We should note a strong presence of English-speaking banks. Nigeria and South Africa, the first two economic powers of the continent, are the most represented. According …

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Loincloth festival in Lomé: Alphadi wants to make of fashion a development tool

The stylist designer of Niger Alphadi, called on Tuesday in Lomé economists as well as bankers to reconsider their opinions on African fashion. The report made by the latter is that African decision-makers do not consider textile industry as a market regarding business and development. In the contrary, Alphadi esteemed …

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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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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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