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“The door to dialogue is open”

"The door to dialogue is open". This is according to a mediation initiated by the Platform for Regulators in WAEMU and Guinea with the authorities in Bamako, following the closure of RFI and France 24 in Mali since 17 March.…

Africa at the school for women according to Blick Bassy – RFI

Bikutsi 3000, June 2022 © Xavier Pierre / Branly-Jacques-Chirac Quay Museum The Cameroonian singer and artist, Blick Bassy, ​​signs Bikutsi 3000. In this "Afro-futuristic" and "feminist story", the African continent frees itself from colonialism and imperialism thanks to women's dance. Report on the preview of this show, which will take place from June 17 to 19 at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris.…

The “success story” of the Tanzanian Diamond Platnumz – RFI

We had been warned. In the face of the inflow of inquiries, the Tanzanian megastar with a shining nickname, Diamond Platnumz wouldn't give any one-on-one interviews throughout Femua in Abidjan. It can be obligatory to accept a press convention on the Pullman lodge. An hour earlier than the assembly, every little thing falls aside: the singer adjustments locations. The deal with can be offered to us by way of WhatsApp. Target a chic district within the Ivorian capital. And an…

Alune Wade – RFI Music

Senegalese bassist Alune Wade. © Chela Lamar In a world of constant chaos, unfortunately interrupted by warlike tendencies and international mistrust, benevolent impulses are a very noticeable oasis of comfort. Alune Wade is a Senegalese multidisciplinary bassist whose work has always brought peace and harmony between peoples. His latest project, The Sultan, is an encouragement to listen to the peaceful…

I am the CEO of my box

The very very democratic republic is a very pyramidal country ... There are pyramids in all sizes, from the smallest to the largest, like Russian dolls with, at the top, our beloved leader ...

young people and joy! – RFI music

In this small rainy season, the weather did not announce anything worthwhile. During the few days of the Urban Music Festival in Anoumabo (Femua), Abidjan, the venues predicted severe storms. In addition, the evening of Thursday, May 12, in honor of the Democratic Republic of Congo, with Viva la musica, orchestra of Papa Wemba, who died on the festival stage in 2016, and his sidekick Félix Wazekwa, turned to vinegar, canceled by a downpour. So, in order not to drink the cup…

Journalists’ independence and credibility

How painful it can be for professionals who sometimes risk their lives to inform well, to hear themselves suspected of being on orders, by people who should not allow themselves such exaggerations. To report fair and balanced information in some newsrooms, you…

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