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Employment and work

A transport firm that’s suspected of getting abused

51 workers of Socotra, certainly one of the biggest freight transport firms in Côte d'Ivoire, have simply been laid off, or 20% of the corporate's workers (which has a whole of 251 workers). At the tip of March, the employees demanded the best to kind a commerce union inside the firm. They declare to have been rejected, main them to file a strike discover. The administration, which confirms these…

the unions present notebooks on complaints to

In Senegal, no march to have fun Labor Day for the second yr in a row ... However the central unions have been capable of lodge their employees' complaints on the Republican Palace within the presence of Macky Sall, who noticed that 1,236 employees have been laid off and 16,500 have been laid off in a dark financial context linked to the pandemic. represents the casual sector.…

Senegalese youth presented their complaints

How to improve employment and integration of young people in Senegal? The issue was debated all day on Thursday, April 22 during a presidential council. Around the head of state Macky Sall were representatives of young people, trade unions, funding structures, educators and financial partners. as reported from Dakar, Charlotte…

Congo-Brazzaville: the bankruptcy of the cement factory

A single bag of cement has not left the Diamond Cement plant since December 2019. This Togolese and Indian capital company went bankrupt for various reasons. Until its closure, it was considered the flagship of Pools' economy, a nearby region of Brazzaville that was shaken more than once by armed conflict. Business agents and cement traders suffer from this situation.…

The Democratic Republic of Congo lists its officers to combat

The Democratic Republic of Congo has not had a digital database of its officials since independence in 1960. To remedy this, public administrations have for several weeks been asked to declare their workers to the Ministry of Public Services. In addition, the state primarily wants to sort out fictitious employees or cumulators who seal the accounts.…

inflation and unemployment threaten the primary economic system

Unemployment reaches 33% of the working population, inflation 17%, the statistics for February 2021 reflect in all their severity the serious economic crisis that Nigerians are going through. Africa's largest economy - in terms of GDP - is facing several crises, food products are rising dangerously and extreme poverty is rising. Pandemic, agricultural crisis and oil rent decline, the picture is bleak…

In Senegal, the youth of Saint-Louis are with out

The demonstrations and riots that shook Senegal in early March were not only concentrated in Dakar. They had broken out after the case of Ousmane Sonko, the leader of the opposition party the Senegalese patriots for work, ethics and fraternity (Pastef), who is accused of rape and death threats. Other regions have been mobilized to "defend democracy", such as Saint-Louis, in the north of the country, a…

the roots of unrest in Saint-Louis

In Senegal, demonstrations and riots were not only concentrated in Dakar after the affair with Ousmane Sonko, leader of the opposition party Pastef-Les patriotes, who is accused of rape and death threats. Other regions mobilized and rose up to "defend democracy". A struggle that goes beyond the person of Ousmane Sonko, as in Saint-Louis in the north of the country, a city particularly affected by youth…

healthcare professionals claim requisition supplements

In Madagascar, paramedics are unhappy. They are still waiting to pay their requisition surcharges during the Covid-19 epidemic. For just over seven months, they were obliged by the state to fight the virus across the country. But none of the island's 7,265 nurses, nurses and midwives received these benefits, says the healthcare association, which has repeatedly challenged the Ministry of Health.…

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