The challenge of universal access to electrical energy is about to be won in Togo. The Head of State Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé proceeded on April 26, 2021 to the commissioning of the “Kékéli Efficient Power” power plant.
Built in the port area of Lomé, this electrical infrastructure will initially produce … Read More
In September 2020 Cim Métal Group’s CEO Inoussa Kanazoé started marketing cement from its Togolese subsidiary. Already active in Burkina Faso with CimFaso and Cimasso, as well as in Côte d’Ivoire with CimIvoire, CimMetal is now turning attention to Togo.
The establishment of the Lomé plant with a cement capacity … Read More
IFC—a member of the World Bank Group—is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector in emerging markets. We work in more than 100 countries, using our capital, expertise, and influence to create markets and opportunities in developing countries. In fiscal year 2020, we invested $22 billion … Read More
Tolantongo pools is a famous hot spring resort.
It is located in the State of Hidalgo, which is approximately 3 to 4 hours northeast of Mexico City. The holiday resort consists of heated tolantongo pools close to the bottom of a steep box canyon and three hotel complexes. Located at … Read More
Info on the Togolese Republic as its marks its 58th Independence Anniversary today (27th April, 2018).
Togo officially known as Togolese Republic is one of the smallest countries in Africa with an estimated population of 7.6 million. From the 11th -16th century marked the migration of various tribes into the … Read More
Togo releases detained protesters,drops 2013 case against opposition leader
Togo’s government has further appeased the opposition by releasing 42 protesters detained since September and dropped a 2013 arson case against opposition leader Jean Pierre Fabre.
The announcement comes as the first of three protests by the opposition slated for this … Read More
president must resign immediately – Gambian Foreign Minister
On the 23 October 2017; Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe should resign immediately and the African Union and West African regional bloc ECOWAS should persuade him to step down, Gambia’s Foreign Minister Ousainou Darboe told Reuters.
The West African country faces a political … Read More
President Kagame today received Eric Duval, CEO of Duval Group, and his team who are in Rwanda to discuss ongoing investment projects.
Groupe Duval is a player in the real estate market thanks to wide-ranging expertise and numerous successful projects. They invest in regional projects, while building a sustainable society. … Read More
Through its subsidiary Arise Infrastructure Services, the Singaporean Olam expressed its intention to build the Lomé-Cinkassé highway in partnership with the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC). This was disclosed last Friday by Togo’s minister of finance, Sani Yaya, in a meeting with the parliament for the adoption of the 2021 … Read More
Kieran Whyte discusses the impact of COVID-19 in Africa. He is a Partner and Head of the Energy, Mining and Infrastructure Practice, at Baker McKenzie Johannesburg
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has resulted in mass production shutdowns and supply chain disruptions due to port closures in China, causing global ripple effects across … Read More
Ethiopia plans to commence building Africa’s largest airport at $5 billion within six months.
The new airport will be 70 kilometers from the existing Bole International Airport in the capital Addis Ababa, and can handle as many as 100 million passengers yearly. This expansion would elevate Ethiopia to compete … Read More
President Issoufou plans to use ECO as a single currency after elected as ECOWAS leader
ECOWAS has elected Niger President Mahamadou Issoufou as its new leader. President Issoufou who will be in charge for a one year period has adopted ECO. This ECO will be the name for a single … Read More
Remittances from Nigerian Diasporas hits US$24 billion in 2018
Remittances from diasporas of Africa’s most populated country – Nigeria in 2018 reached US$24.3 billion. This is the highest figure across Sub-Saharan Africa and it is also US$2 billion higher than the inflows in 2017.
World Bank’s latest Migration and Development … Read More
African leaders join President Macky Sall of Senegal as He takes his oat for a second term in Dakar.
Following a successful re-election in March, President Macky has spared no expense in inviting African leaders to witness His investiture. See pictures of African leaders at the investiture in Senegal. … Read More
Ethiopia becomes 18th country to ratify the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). This comes ahead of the 32 Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union. Which will hold on the 10 – 11 of February 2019 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is … Read More
Plans underway for the construction of a fishing port in Buchanan city as delegates arrives Liberia
Fishery is part of Liberian way of getting funds but over the last years the nation has loss huge revenues. This is because the nation does not have a good place to store its … Read More
The Paris Peace Forum is neither a summit nor a conference. It is a new annual event based on a simple idea: international cooperation is key to tackling global challenges and ensuring durable peace.
To support collective action, it gathers all actors of global governance under one roof for three … Read More
African economies rank least competitive in World Economic Forum (WEF) 2018 report .
World Economic Forum (WEF) 2018 report says various African Economies have remained uncompetitive. The reason its says is especially due to weak institutions and inadequate public policies.
In the WEF 2018 report; US Economy topped the world … Read More
The Republic of Benin became independent from France on the 1st August, 1960
Benin is a narrow, key-shaped, north-south strip of land situated in West Africa; it’s officially the Republic of Benin and was formerly called Dahomey. Around it you would find Togo to the west, Bight of Benin … Read More