Congo and OPEC: A marriage of mutual need

By NJ Ayuk (CEO), CEO of Centurion Law Group The Republic of the Congo has suffered dearly during the oil collapse; and Congolese President Denis...

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%...

Xi Jinping in Africa: a Sino-African reset?

By Adama Gaye It is never by chance that the Chinese President, now considered the most powerful man in the world *, leaves his country....

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...

Should we expect developing nations to own their vaccine rollouts?

By Charles Njoroge, Advisory Board Member of World Mobile  African vaccine rollouts have been deficient, to say the least. Not only are the roll outs...

Maroc: King Mohammed VI reiterates his extended hand to Algeria

In his 22nd speech on the Feast of the Throne, His Majesty King Mohammed VI wishes to take Morocco to a new stage. Internally,...

Cameroon: Accompanying the Bank of Communes to Municipalities

The Bank of Commune paid FCFA 108.8 billion to the country's decentralized territorial communities (CTD) in fiscal year 2018. By Achille Mbog pibasso The bank of...

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...

COP26: I’m speaking to you from Grand-Bassam

By Jean-Louis Moulot *, Mayor of Grand-Bassam (Ivory Coast). As we know, Africa contributes less than five percent of total global greenhouse gas emissions and...

Terrorism and violent extremism in the Sahel: what role for Morocco?

By Khalid Cherkaoui Semmouni, Professor at the Faculty of Law in Rabat and at ISIC Terrorism is one of the most serious threats to peace,...

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...

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,...

Senegalair crash, a dependent investigation

Former Senior Legal Officer of the Agency for the Safety of Air Navigation in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA), Djibril Birasse Bâ disputes the conclusions...

[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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