Cameroon: 200 billion FCFA of public securities issues planned

Cameroon plans to issue 200 billion CFA francs of issues of government securities for the second quarter of the current year, according to the...

The CFA and the competitiveness of the Franc zone economies

By Amath Ndiaye, Associate Professor University A. Diop Dakar In the current debate on the CFA franc, the argument of an overvaluation of the CFA...

The new book by Cédric Mbeng bends his neck to alarmist visions of African...

Unlocking the Potential of Africa - Ideas by Alexander HAMILTON, Cédric Mbeng Mezui's new book, was presented at the Palais Brongniart, Place de la...

Lee Kuan Yew, an enlightened booby father (what is needed in Africa?)

Died on March 23, 2015 at the age of 91, Lee Kuan Yew was anything but a Western Democrat, a term he opposed to...

Bouteflika is Algeria, the revolution in less

What is this old man on a wheelchair that young people today reject so well to Algeria. Bouteflika is this country rich but unable...

Cameroon: 19 million Cameroonian mobile subscribers

The identification process imposed by the authorities resulted in the deactivation of hundreds of subscribers, increasing the number from 90% in 2017 to 76%...

Arab League in Tunis: salamalecs, duel and hooligans

Held on March 31 in Tunis under the cover of a wheel (some emirs had not turned off the engine of their aircraft), the...

The case Sibeth Ndiaye can not arrive in Africa

The appointment of Franco-Senegalese Sibeth Ndiaye as spokesperson for the French government was unanimously hailed by the French press. Born in Senegal in 1979,...

In Mali, the sum of the forces is zero

160 dead and looping images in social networks and TVs around the world. In the aftermath of a massacre coldly planned and executed without...

Senegalese presidential elections: Moubarack Lô’s cold statistics

With or without Karim Wade and Khalifa Sall, President Macky Sall would get 58%. This observation is from the statistician and economist engineer Moubarack...

Actuarial tables: history of redemptions, episode 2

Written by Eric MANIABLE and Raissa FOTIA SANTSA. In the previous episode, our actuaries had built surrender rate tables based on the seniority of the...

The woman, a long way to freedom

In the secular conservatism of the Arab-Muslim world, Tunisia has broken an old taboo. Everything went in August 2017 when Beji 90 year old...

Cryptocurrency: The great illusion

By Pierre Delval, chronicler.   On April 15, 2018, in issue 49 of Financial Afrik, I devoted a full column on the criminological deciphering of cryptocurrency. I...

Africa: The Democratic Peril …

The democratic horizon is moving away while the time of the retreats of the civil and political liberties settles everywhere in Africa. Who does...