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...

The Malian franc: from the jump to the ups and downs

By Cheikhna Bounajim Cissé, author of “FCFA - Face Cachée de la Finance Africaine” (BoD, 2019), analyzes the challenges and contours of the future...

Françafrique is 60 years old and all its teeth: Jean-Yves Le Drian, the new...

Since joining the Government as Minister of Defense under François Hollande then Minister of Foreign Affairs under Emmanuel Macron, Jean-Yves Le Drian, the current...

Internet in Africa: a condition for entering the 4th industrial revolution

As Africa is busy making its entry into the fourth industrial revolution (4RI), that of digital transformation, it is faced with the triple problem...

Africa’s Pandemic Response Calls for Reclaiming Economic and Monetary Sovereignty: An Open Letter

Economists Fadhel Kaboub from Denison University in Ohio, USA; Ndongo Samba Sylla from Université Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar, Senegal; Kai Koddenbrock from Goethe...

OP-Ed of Prof. Emmanuel NNADOZIE Executive Secretary: « We are all in it together »

For economics professor Emmanuel NNADOZIE, Executive Secretary of the Foundation for Capacity Building in Africa (ACBF), the Covid-19 pandemic poses a serious challenge to...

Black Lives Matter between Africa and Asia: from the statue of Gandhi to that...

By Darwis Khudori (Indonesian architect and historian, director of Master’s Degree in Exchanges with Asia at the University Le Havre Normandy, France). Monday, July 20, 2020,...

Europe is 75, what relationship to Africa for the next 75 years?

By Gérardine Mahoro, CEO ACT05 (www.act05.com). Public and private african affairs expert, in Africa and between Africa and Europe.   Europe celebrates its 75th anniversary, the opportunity...

[The Tribune of Creditinfo] The evolution of retail credit in the banking sector...

By Adamou Sambaré, Managing Director of Creditinfo West – Africa. Covid – 19 has hit the world with a “double shock”: an unprecedented contraction in...
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