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Grand Opening of State-of-the-art Car Manufacturing Facility in Jigjiga, Somali Region

In Jigjiga, Ethiopia, a brand new vehicle assembly plant has opened, with an investment of 250 million Birr, marking a significant milestone in the country's industrial growth. The factory, capable of producing up to 10 cars per day, was launched amidst great excitement and hope. Somali Regional President Mustafe Mohamed, leading the event, commended the collaborative work that brought the project to life. "This plant shows our progress in industry and the increasing role of the private sector in our economy," President…

Sudan ‘defends’ Ethiopia towards second filling of Grand Renaissance dam

Sudan 'defends' Ethiopia against second fill of Grand Renaissance Dam as Egypt expresses concerns NAIROBI, Kenya - Khartoum authorities may have changed their minds over controversial Grand Renaissance dam infill along the Blue Nile in Ethiopia, which could give the conflict a new dimension. A Sudanese official said on Sunday that no drop in the water level of the Blue Nile had been detected…

the reservoir of the Grand Dam of the Renaissance

Ethiopia announced this Monday, July 19, the end of the filling of its controversial large pond called the "Renaissance" (GERD). This replenishment had begun discreetly at the beginning of the month, despite warnings and concerns from Sudan and Egypt and despite the lack of agreement between the three major coastal countries on the exploitation of water from the Nile. But now the dam will be prepared…

The Grand Marché of Niamey reopens its doors

The front doors to the Grand Marché of Niamey have reopened since this week. An event because it had been more than two years since they were closed due to work on the highway. While the Covid-19 pandemic and the violence in the post-election crisis have hit the capital's economic lung hard, traders are hoping to reopen their doors.…

the cattle still sent to the Grand Magal in spite of the difficulties

For the largest pilgrimage of the Mouride fraternity, which takes place this Tuesday, October 6, there is no party without the distribution of beef dishes. Every year, tens of thousands of cattle come from Senegal and neighboring countries. This year, organizers and believers had to deal with the closure of the borders linked to Covid-19 and the coup on 18 August in Mali. as reported from Dakar Touba has its Magal, its great mosque, its innumerable followers and its Bérndé. This Wolof word denotes the festivities, the…

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