An African country resorts to bartering gold for fuel with a Gulf oil company

Ghana is in talks with “ENOC” company UAE, on a barter arrangement that will enable the West African country to buy fuel with gold. Vice President Muhammadu Baumea’s economic advisor, Kabiru Mahama, said the government had reached an “interim” agreement with the UAE oil company. This comes as Ghana, Africa’s second largest gold producer, last … Read more

On the sidelines of COP27, Orange is committed to supporting African governments in the energy transition

(Ecofin Agency) – Global players in the telecom sector are increasingly concerned about the impact of their energy consumption and their activities in general on the environment. In an exclusive interview with We Are Tech on the sidelines of COP27, the Director of Sustainable Energy & Partnerships of Orange Middle East & Africa, Mr. Jean … Read more

Aïssa Laïdouni elected best African player of the 1st day!

©[:fr]Foot Africa[:] Foot Africa fans have decided! After more than 50,000 votes, the Tunisian metronome Aïssa Laïdouni, has just been elected best African player of the 1st day of the 2022 World Cup.he warrior of the Eagles of Tunisia ahead Andrew Ayew et Yassine Bounou. Establishing himself as a true centerpiece of the Tunisian selection, … Read more

Ministerial meeting of the EU and the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States

The most important agenda items After three years of focusing on the future of relations between the EU and the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (ACP), ministers from both sides will meet in Brussels on 29 November to exchange views on the many issues of importance to the partnership. The current geopolitical situation … Read more

Independence Wednesdays bring great African leaders back to life

Every Wednesday, from November 23 to December 21, the Africolor and Vladimir Cagnolari festival resuscitates the architects of African independence, from Lumumba to Lalla Fadhma N’Soumer. « And if the time of a story, the father of Malian independence Modibo Keita came back to life? What if Patrice Lumumba, national hero of the Democratic Republic … Read more

Oil: upheaval at the head of African producers and confirmation of the continent’s decline

After supplanting Nigeria as the leading African oil producer during the 3rd quarter of 2022, Angola has also just lost this rank last October, supplanted in turn by Libya. According to data from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) based on secondary sources, Libyan oil production stood at 1.163 million barrels/day (b/d) in … Read more

Sues museum to keep African art in US

A major American museum would make amends for historical wrongs and send looted art back to Africa. Now they are being sued by African Americans who want “access to their heritage”. Thousands of such objects were looted from Nigeria and sold to museums. The picture shows art exhibited in Germany. Photo: Michael Sohn, AP/ NTB … Read more

Japan’s weekly increase in confirmed cases has topped the world for two consecutive weeks, and many African countries have entered a new wave of epidemic peaks|Africa|Japan|Epidemic peak_Sina News

China News Agency, Beijing, November 18th. Comprehensive news: According to data from the WHO website, as of 17:42 Central European Time on the 17th (0:42 Beijing Time on the 18th), the number of confirmed new crown cases worldwide increased by 188,389 compared with the previous day. Cases reached 633,263,617; deaths increased by 544 to 6,594,491. … Read more

Faced with climate challenges in Africa, African Risk Capacity partners with IBM

November 16, 2022 – 3.55 pm | @ Pixabay At COP27, the African Risk Capacity (ARC) group entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the American IBM to improve the capacity of African governments to respond to extreme weather events and natural disasters through technologies advances in climate change mitigation and adaptation. ARC will … Read more