[RFI] Voters in Togo took to the polls on Saturday to elect their new president. Outgoing leader Faure Gnassingbé is expected to win a third term, yet his main rival Jean Pierre Fabre has called for an end to his family’s rule of almost 50 years. Authorities have ruled out a repeat scenario similar to Nigeria and Burkina Faso, which saw long-serving governments swept away by the will of the people.
Leading Cocoa And Chocolate Companies Join Together To Help Cocoa Farmers Adapt To Weather And Climate Impacts
New Partnership in West Africa and Latin America Focused on Industry’s Sustainability STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania, May 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) announced today the launch of its new program designed to strengthen collaboration between the public and private sector to address the threat climate change poses to cocoa sustainability and the many […]
UN chief appoints new commander of peacekeeping force in DR Congo
UNITED NATIONS, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday appointed Lieutenant General Otávio Rodrigues De Miranda Filho of Brazil as the new force commander of the UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic o…
Israel Holds the Key to Africa’s Development
[Togonews] On Thursday September 22, President Faure Gnassingbe participated in a high level meeting organized by the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu.