African governments must digitize in order to become more innovative, more inclusive and more...

African governments must digitize in order to become more innovative, more inclusive and more resilient   By Ryno Rijnsburger, Director of New Technologies, Microsoft 4Afrika initiative More...

Better relaunch thanks to communication

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization officially declared the coronavirus crisis a pandemic. In March 2021, a year later, Janssen's single-dose vaccine...

Malagasy President mobilizes against the pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic is still wreaking havoc around the world. In Madagascar, the country is fighting to save lives. President Andry Rajoelina has acted...

Morocco-France cooperation: When security serves diplomacy

By Khalid Cherkaoui Semmouni, Lecturer at the Faculty of Law in Rabat and at ISIC In recent days, we have seen a new impetus in...

Top Employer: our talents at the service of the digital revolution in Africa

By Mr. Richard Cao, Human Resources Director of Huawei Northern Africa We are proud to have received Top Employer 2020 certification from Huawei in 13...

Covid-19: in France, a study shows that the second confinement was not necessary

By LAURENT MUCCHIELLI, Sociologist, research director at the CNRS (Mediterranean Laboratory of Sociology). A study by Public Health France shows that the increase in the...

Burkina Faso: the telecoms match between Orange and Onatel

By Brice Kouao, Abidjan Stock Exchange School. Arrived in 2016 after having bought the local subsidiary of Airtel, Orange took the leadership from Onatel Burkina,...

Cameroon: BEAC call to order to mobile phone operators

The Bank of Central African States (BEAC) has just called on mobile telephone operators to end the use or operation of telephone credit units...

The sad fate of African works of art

The imminent restitution of works of art to Africa, voted in the French National Assembly, is a reminder that the looting of cultural property...

Editorial by Dr Cheikh Kanté, Minister to the President of the Republic, in charge...

Digital and economic growth, the African perspective With digital technology, we are experiencing a new revolution that concerns the whole planet and without a doubt,...

Africa’s decisive choice

With Africa rocked by multiple crises this year, governments in the region will need to orient their policy responses not only to short-term recovery,...

CEMAC is looking for funds for integrative projects

The Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC) is organizing an international round table in November in France, with a view to mobilizing...

Op-Ed: 60 Years After Independence Nigeria’s Energy Industry Hasn’t Realized Its Promise — But...

Par NJ Ayuk  On Oct. 1, 1960, everything seemed possible for Nigeria: After nearly 80 years of colonialism under Great Britain, it was finally an...

Côte d’Ivoire , the first African country with a poor subsoil to surpass a...

After having succeeded in the feat of overtaking Ghana and Nigeria, two countries full of natural resources, Ivory Coast, a francophone country in West...
X