Category Archives: Ivory Coast

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

Source: Rising Tide Foundation

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

28 Dec 2021

In this Rising Tide Foundation lecture, Africa Agenda editor in chief PD Lawton takes you through a definitive history of Africa with a look to the future. PD introduces ancient African renaissance traditions that Read the rest

Le nucléaire : une part de la réponse à la pénurie d’électricité en Afrique sub-saharienne ?

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Le nucléaire : une part de la réponse à la pénurie d’électricité en Afrique sub-saharienne ?

Dans cet article d’opinion, Isabel Bosman, du think tank SAIIA (South African Institute of International Affairs), soutient que, malgré ses écueils, le nucléaire reste une voie à Read the rest

Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Corridor project

Source: The New Africa Channel

Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Corridor project

Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Project – Investment in africa by country is at all time high. Ethiopia, Kenya, and South Sudan have recently reaffirmed their adherence to moving forward Read the rest

The Silent Revolution in African Rail

“The real friends of Africa now are those trying to bridge the infrastructure deficit…..China has done it. It has pumped billions of dollars into the Belt and Road Initiative. Now, whatever critisism they have on that initiative, it has helped Africa. It has opened up Africa and it has challenged Read the rest

Laurent Gbagbo is Back in Cote d’Ivoire

Gbagbo’s only crime has been to love his country and his people too much, and want dignity for them!

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Laurent Gbagbo is Back in Cote d’Ivoire

Laurent Gbagbo

Joy and tears

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Laurent Gbagbo Returns Home to Cote D`Ivoire

Laurent Gbagbo Returns Home to Cote D`Ivoire

Despite the media`s efforts to downplay it, there appeared to be a rapturious welcome for the former president, Laurent Gbagbo, as he returned to his country for the first time since he was extradicted to The Hague in 2011. Which is where he … Read the rest

U.S Sanctions on Ethiopia are an Attack on Regional Development

U.S intervention in Ethiopia is undermining regional development in the Horn of Africa as Ethiopia will become sub-Saharan Africa`s second largest producer of electricity through the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam ( GERD) which will supply 6.2 GW for Ethiopia and for neighbouring states including South Sudan, Kenya and The Sudan… Read the rest

RTF Dialogues with Lawrence Freeman: Transaqua, the New Silk Road and a New Vision for Africa

an unmissable interview rich in insights

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RTF Dialogues with Lawrence Freeman: Transaqua, the New Silk Road and a New Vision for Africa

10 April 2021

In this episode of RTF Dialogues, Matt Ehret and Cynthia Chung talk with international Africa expert Lawrence Freeman on the rise
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