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meetings in July 2022

On July 1, in Brazzaville, 27 choirs created the Federation of Congo Choirs (FCC). "We thought of creating a federation to discuss, share and participate in the development of Congolese music. Because we are always spared and even almost abandoned. The 7th edition of the Francophone Prize for Innovation in the Media was launched on July 1 jointly by the International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF), RFI and Reporters Without Borders. Candidates have until 31 August to compete for prizes gifted with 15,000 euros (1st…

which law can depose Nigeria?

The African Women's Cup of Nations (CAN 2022) takes place in Morocco July 2-23. The Nigerians, who win in eleven editions of thirteen and triple defense champions, will be arch-favorites in this CAN 2022. Will a selection succeed in stopping the supremacy of…

CAF announces the nominees for their 2022 trophies

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has unveiled a list of thirty names for the title of African Player of the Year, as well as for the trophies for the trophies for best players in CAF interclub competitions, best young players, best coaches, best clubs and best national teams. The nominees for the women's trophies will be announced on 5 July. The award ceremony will take place on July 21 in Rabat.…

First flight for Air Côte d’Ivoire to

On Wednesday, June 29, Air Côte d'Ivoire made its maiden flight to Johannesburg. The I3RC A320neo arrived in the South African metropolis around 07:40 (05:40 UTC). From now on, the company will operate this destination, with a short stopover in Kinshasa, 4…

South Africa is facing a power outage

Since Tuesday, June 28, South Africans have been without electricity for at least six hours a day. While the country is subject to regular power outages due to aging and poorly maintained infrastructure, these are the worst load reductions in almost three years…

Cape Town Tavern teenage deaths leave parents distraught and confused

In tonight's edition: Authorities in South Africa are searching for clues after the death of 21 teenagers in a crowded bar. The United States will mobilize $600 billion in investment in global infrastructure projects over the next five years, including in Africa, to counter Chinese moves. Finally, we will talk with DJ and curator Mo Laudi about the Globalisto exhibition of African artists. in Saint Etienne.

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