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UN Office, Moroccan Agency to foster South-South Cooperation

The Moroccan Agency of International Cooperation (AMCI) and the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC), have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote South-South cooperation in Africa. Morocco, a founding member of the African Union has made South-South cooperation an instrument for the advent of a new Africa that believes in its potential. […]

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King Mohammed VI, Emblematic Figure of Pan-Africanism, Latin-American Centre

King Mohammed VI is an “emblematic” figure of Pan- Africanism, said Antonio Yelpi, President of the Latin American Centre for Democracy Studies. Morocco, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, is striving to develop a set of strategies aimed at consolidating Morocco’s relations not only with all the countries of the African continent, within the […]

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Theresa May in Africa to boost post-Brexit fortunes

British Prime Minister Theresa May is traveling to South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya this week on her first African tour to “deepen and strengthen” partnerships as the UK prepares to leave the EU in 2019. The trip “comes at a time of enormous change across Africa with a unique opportunity, as the UK moves towards […]

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Beijing Summit to Boost Sino-African relations

The upcoming Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) will be an important opportunity to deepen Sino-African cooperation, officials said on Monday. The summit themed: “China and Africa: toward an even stronger community with a shared future through win-win cooperation”, will be convened in Beijing in Sept 3–4. African leaders, representatives of African […]

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Africa’s World Cup Dream Ends

The 2018 World Cup dream ended Thursday night for Africa, after a particularly destructive first phase for the participating five African nations. No African team will participate in the knockout stages, a first since the 1986 World Cup. Senegal, Africa’s last hope in the tournament, was eliminated from the World Cup after it lost 1-0 […]

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Europe should stop exploiting Africa- Pope Francis

Europe should stop exploiting Africa and invest in ways that benefit the continent more, Pope Francis said in an interview while discussing the migration of Africans to Europe. According to the Supreme Pontiff of the Universal Church, European countries must invest in Africa, but invest in an orderly way and create employment, “not go there […]

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Africa: Swedfund Commits $14.7 million to Evolution II Energy Fund

Swedfund, Sweden’s development finance institution that supports companies in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe, has invested SEK 126m in the Evolution II Fund, which is focused on clean energy supply and resource efficiency in Sub-Saharan Africa. Evolution II invests in affordable, least-cost, low-carbon clean energy infrastructure projects and promotes growth in resource efficiency […]

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Billions of dollars in remittances flowed to Africa in 2017 – Report

The World Bank and other development partners have revealed that the total money transfers by African migrants to their region or country of origin surged from $34 billion in 2016 to $38 billion, in 2017. The amount includes intra-African transfers. According the Word Bank’s report “Migration and Remittances: Recent Developments and Prospects”, released on April […]

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King of Morocco: AfCFTA fulfils African youths’ ambition to build a strong, integrated Africa.

The Launch of the African Continental Free Trade Area fulfils African youths’ desire and ambition to build a strong, integrated Africa and is a critical step towards the achievement of multifaceted development in the continent, said King Mohammed VI of Morocco. This came in a speech the Monarch addressed to the Extraordinary Summit of heads […]

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South-South Cooperation, One of Best Tools for Africa’s Emergence – King of Morocco

King Mohammed VI of Morocco has once again stressed on Friday the importance of the promotion of South-South cooperation as a means to meet the legitimate expectations of African populations and ensure Africa’s emergence. In a message he addressed to participants in the 4th edition of the Crans Montana Forum, which kicked off Friday in […]

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