Thursday, 9 December , 2021

Nigeria

Argentina: ‘15% Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate Is Too Low’

 Martin Guzman pointed out that international negotiations should take as a starting point a rate of at least 21 percent. 29 June 2021 Argentina's Finance Minister...

Nigeria deepens security ties with Egypt to battle Boko Haram

By George Mikhail Feb.8, 2021 Egypt is concentrating on strengthening its economic and security influence in Nigeria and consolidating relations with the ruling regime there. On...

Malawi is Just the Beginning: How Israel Changed the Political Narrative...

The Palestinian cause was pivotal on the agenda of many African political parties in the 1970s and ‘80s. Over the last three decades, however,...

Fight the pandemic profiteers – Nationalise Big Pharma!

By Dora Dimitrova and Joe Attard 20 Nov 2020 Millions of people around the world are jubilant that a COVID-19 vaccine might soon be...

The African Continental Free Trade Area: What Kind of Pan-Africanism?

by NANGA Jean 21 January 2019 In Kigali, Rwanda, on March 21, 2018, five years after the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Organisation...

‘Instead of Coronavirus, the Hunger Will Kill Us.’ A Global Food...

By Abdi Latif Dahir April 23, 2020 Editor's Note: The world is reeling from the COVID-19 crisis and the vulnerable segments of our society are the...

World Food Programme warns: COVID-19 pandemic will cause “famines of biblical...

By Jean Shaoul 23 April 2020 The United Nations’ World Food Programme (WFP) warned Tuesday that without urgent action and funding, hundreds of millions of...

Coronavirus in Africa: COVID-19 leading the continent to disaster

03/25/2020 The whole world is taking action against the spread of the dangerous new virus COVID-19. After China’s tough and timely response to the pandemic,...

Sur Samir Amin, le Pan-africanisme et la Mondialisation

SOIR D'INFO - Français - Invité : AZIZ SALMONE FALL - Pr : PAPE DJIBRIL FALL 11 Février 2020

Réchauffement climatique : Lagos et Alexandrie risquent d’être submergées avant la...

Les villes de Lagos et d’Alexandrie, centres névralgiques des économies du Nigeria et de l'Egypte, sont en première ligne des risques de submersion en Afrique. ...