MTN Uganda « invited » to join Kampala Stock Exchange

MTN is facing increasing pressure from the Ugandan regulator to list its local subsidiary on the Kampala Stock Exchange.   This is the question that is...

Moody’s assigns a B3 to Togo and notes a « very weak » soundness of public...

The rating agency Moody's followed suit with Standard & Poor's, giving its first rating to Togo. This is a B3 with a stable outlook...

Liquidation of the Samir: the patrimony of the members of the board of directors...

This is one of the major conclusions heard in court this October 15 in the long record of liquidation of the first refinery in...

Encouraging economic outlook for CEMAC Zone

The Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) Supervisory Board points out in its report that the economies of the subregion will be better...

Senegal-Insurance: François Bakou, alone against all

Of the 27 leaders of insurance companies to have approved and signed the proposed constitution of the oil pool in Senegal, he is the...

DRC: Kabila sees himself in future gentleman farmer

President Joseph Kabila, who will not run for his own succession in the presidential, legislative and provincial elections on December 23, has some idea...

Impacted in English-speaking area, MTN Cameroon saved by Mobile Money

The year 2018 ended on a positive note marked notably by a strong growth in the 4th quarter of the year, MTN Cameroon having...

The G20 is worried about Africa’s debt

Meeting on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 July in Buenos Aires (Argentina), the 20 most powerful economies of the planet have been concerned about...

Louise Mushikiwabo at the gateway to La Francophonie (OIF)

Rwanda is pursuing quiet diplomacy to place Louise Mushikiwabo, 56, her foreign minister since 2009, at the head of La Francophonie. According to our information,...

ART fined FCFA 3.5 billion to mobile operators

The Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ART) imposed a global fine of 3.5 billion FCFA to mobile operators for "recurring shortcomings" in the operation of their...

Oil discovery in Zimbabwe: a presidential hoax?

"Invictus informed us that the findings are positive and indicate oil and gas deposits in the region. The result communicated by Invictus is an...

Chad: The sugar company on the brink of bankruptcy

The Chadian Sugar Company (CST) threatens to put the key under the mat because of the slump in its production due to fraud, smuggling...

Barrick and Randgold Merge to Become World’s Number One Gold

South African Randgold finally merged with Canada's Barrick Gold. The transaction, which represents $ 18.3 billion, excluding debt, gives birth to the world's number...

Dangote Cement on the London Stock Exchange in 2019

This is an old dream caressed in recent years, the Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote: see his cement company listed on the London Stock Exchange,...