AfDB Invested $1bn On African SMEs, Others - Adesina

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has so far invested about $1 billion on small businesses and infrastructure in Africa, president of the bank, Dr Akinwunmi Adesina, has said.Dr Adesina disclosed this on Monday in Malabo, Equatorial Gu...

Joburg Post·over 4 years ago

Past Trends Could Explain Why Senegal Scrapped the Prime Minister’s Office

Soon after Macky Sall was re-elected for a second, and final, presidential term he signed a decree that scrapped the office of the Prime Minister.The argument for this decision was that it would simplify the decision-making process and b...

Joburg Post·over 4 years ago

How Senegal Keeps Unique Balance between Religion and a Secular State

On 1 May this year the principal of a catholic high school in Dakar sent out an email informing parents that students would only, as of next year, be allowed to wear the usual uniform, with no headwear either for girls or boys. This spar...

Joburg Post·over 4 years ago

African Champions, Senegal down but not out after losing their World Cup opener to the Dutch

The 2002 World Cup Quarter-finalists, were clearly missing the prolific talents of their injured talisman, Sadio Manne, as they created good chances to win the match but were wasteful infront of goals

Joburg Post·over 1 year ago

President Cyril Ramaphosa Offers Condolences to Senegalese People and Government

 President Cyril Ramaphosa has offered condolences to the Senegalese government and people, following the tragic bus accident that took place in the early hours of 8 January 2023. The accident, which took place in Senegal’s central Kaffr...

Tshegofatso Makola·about 1 year ago