DAKAR, Senegal – “We don’t want it to be a nostalgia museum. We want a museum that knows how to enhance the self-esteem of each actor connected to the African world through a perspective of openness and dialogue”. Hamady Bocoum is the director of the Museum of Black Civilizations (MCN) in the Senegalese capital, Dakar
DAKAR, Senegal – It’s an arm-wrestling competition. Politicians, military, businessmen, civil society, and foreign powers inside and outside the African continent. Everyone wants Mali for its resources and its geopolitical importance. This vast territory that forms a belt between the Sahel and the Sahara is known for its strategic and human potential
Lome (TOGO) - The professional hell for Akouvi (not her real name) lasted five years. The devil was his new head of Financial Risk Management at a bank in Togo. "At first he seemed to want to go out with me as a friend," Akouvi tells me with a certain reticence.
The African Executive
MILANO, Italy – “There is a war on drugs, and many of our family members are the enemy. I don’t know how you wage war on your own family.”
NewAfrican – Magazine
“IT MAKES NO SENSE TO STAY HERE ANYMORE”
Puntland, oil, Terrorism and Chaos
JONGLEI, June 14, 2013 (CISAnews) -Ethnic cleansing.
DAKAR, Senegal - The future of Africa is female. Or so it would seem, judging by the various projects launched within a diversity of sectors thanks to African and international institutions during the last few years.