RwandAir to Launch Flights to Benin's Cotonou and Abidjan in C么te d'Ivoire
[New Times] RwandAir will start flights to Cotonou in Benin and Abidjan in Ivory Coast effective September 2 and October 8, respectively. The national carrier will conduct three weekly flights each on B737-700-800NG aircraft.
Understanding the Principle of Complementarity in C么te d'Ivoire
[ICTJ] By Traor茅 Drissa, Vice President of the International Federation of the Human Rights League
Survivors of Toxic Waste Dumping 'Remain in the Dark - Experts
[UN News] Speaking ahead of the 10th anniversary of the illegal dumping of toxic waste in C么te d'Ivoire, a group of United Nations experts today urged the Ivorian Government, all responsible States and the international community to use the opportunity to address the ongoing human rights impacts of the incident.
Tanzania Becoming a Haven for Foreign Players
[CAF] Football in the East African country of Tanzania is on the rise, and is becoming a haven for foreign players notably from neighbouring countries, West Africa and Southern Africa.
Stephen Baffour Hits Ivorian Premier League With Purple-Patch Form
[Ghana Star] Association Sportive Tanda sleek striker, Stephen Asare Baffour has declared that he is ripe for the Black Stars after producing a superb performance in the Ivorian Ligue 1.
Saved by Their Celebrity Status?
[allAfrica] Cape Town -You may have heard of celebrities who broke the law and walked away with a mere slap on the wrist - adding to the belief that celebrities are treated differently.
Cote d'Ivoire to Learn From China's Development Model
[Focac] Abidjan -Cote d'Ivoire wants to learn from China's development model, Foreign Minister Albert Toikeusse Mabri revealed on Wednesday.
Akabogu-Chinwuba - Nigeria, C么te d'Ivoire Can Drive West African Economy
[This Day] In this interview, Nigeria's Ambassador to Cote d'Ivoire, Mrs. Ifeoma Akabogu-Chinwuba, spoke on the first made in Nigeria Trade Fair being organised by the embassy in Abidjan, C么te d'Ivoire, and what both countries will benefit from the exhibition. Excerpts:
Chinese Experts to Aid in Modernizing Agriculture
[Focac] Abidjan -Chinese experts are expected to arrive in Abidjan soon to reinforce agricultural cooperation between China and Cote d'Ivoire, and help modernize the latter's agricultural sector, an official source said Tuesday.
Cote d'Ivoire to Reopen Land Border With Liberia
[LINA] Cote d'Ivoire has decided to reopen its land border with Liberia closed since April 2014 due to the outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease in Liberia.
Taking Shea From Cottage Industry to Big Business
[VOA] Khorhogo -From cosmetics to cooking, shea butter is popular around the world. It is made from the nut of the shea tree, known as "women's gold" in Africa for it provides income to millions of women across the Sahel. In northern Ivory Coast, women are trying to transform shea butter from a cottage industry into big business.
Ivory Coast to Reopen Land Borders With Liberia
[Observer] La C么te d'Ivoire's land borders, which were closed to Liberia due to the civil war a few years ago, are shortly to be reopened, Vice President Joseph Boakai has said.
Sewe Sport Edge Asec to Maiden Ivorian Cup
[CAF] After three unsuccessful attempts, Sewe Sport edged rivals ASEC Mimosas 2-1 on Saturday in Abidjan to win their first ever Ivorian Cup (Coupe Nationale).
Pres. Sirleaf Hails C么te d'Ivoire On 56th Anniversary
[LINA] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has sent a message of heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to the Government and people of the Republic of C么te d'Ivoire on the occasion commemorating the 56thIndependence Anniversary of that neighboring country.
Standard Granted Banking Licence in Ivory Coast
[CAJ News] STANDARD Bank is gearing up to commence banking operations in Ivory Coast after it secured a banking license.
FIBA Africa U-18 - Rwanda Registers Second Consecutive Victory
[New Times] Host Rwanda registered their second successive win of the FIBA U-18 Africa Championship by defeating Ivory Coast in Group A on Saturday evening at Amahoro indoor stadium.