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Algeria celebrates reminiscence for the primary time

It is a first in Algeria. The nation celebrates the memorial this Saturday, Might 8, the nationwide memorial day. This memorial day, determined by President Abdelmadjid Tebboune a yr in the past, will now honor all of the victims of the bloody repression launched on Might 8, 1945 by France towards independence protesters. It…

PDCI celebrates its 75th anniversary and begins a reflection

The oldest party on the Ivory Coast celebrates its 75th anniversary. During the launching ceremony for the memorial service at the party's headquarters, Executive Secretary Maurice Guikahué and President Henri Konan Bédié insisted on the need to "question" the functioning of the governing bodies. as reported from Abidjan,…

Senegal celebrates 100 years with Amadou Mahtar

Amadou Mahtar Mbow celebrated his centenary at the Museum of Black Civilizations in Dakar on Saturday, March 20th. Teacher, activist for independence, minister, director general of Unesco and president of the National Assembly under Abdoulaye Wade ... Personalities paid tribute on Saturday to the rich career of this wise man from the continent.…

Pope Samba Kane celebrates love “for the drag”

After a career in satirical journalism, the Senegalese Pape Samba Kane returned to his first literary and artistic love. With two collections of poems and a novel published over a decade, the 60-year-old has established himself as one of the greatest voices in African literature. "I am the fruit of you / Of your laughter that makes me eat / You guava my nostalgia /…

Nigeria celebrates 60 years of independence

In tonight's edition: Nigeria started the month celebrating six decades of self-government. We look back at the watershed moments that led up to and followed the African giant's independence from Britain. Also, Cameroon's sand divers risk their lives to plunge into the Sanago River in search of sand for the construction industry, and we visit one of Algeria's open secrets in hopes of getting away from…

Senegal celebrates 18 years of Joola drama

In Senegal, it is the 18th anniversary of Joola's sinking this Saturday, one of the deadliest in history. On September 26, 2002, the ferry connecting Casamance in the south of the country to Dakar sank off the coast of Gambia. Nearly 2,000 people died, only 64 survived. With our correspondent in Dakar, Charlotte idrac In the context of the pandemic, the memorial is marked with sobriety this Saturday: no large gatherings, the victims' associations call for a minute of silence at. 12 UT. But for the survivors and…

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