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Rain in the Sahara

It rained in the Sahara. It rained in Morocco, it rained in the Algerian Sahara and it rained in Tunisia……

Senegal: protecting underwater heritage

On 22nd-24th January 2019, Senegalese island of Gorée hosted the 5th Regional Meeting for Africa on the Protection of Underwater…

Call for artists: Biennale Internationale de Casablanca

The Biennale Internationale de Casablanca is open for applications from professional artists to take part in its 5th edition (24th…

Morocco meeting seeks stability, position Africa in wealth creation

“If the way to unlocking massive development in the heart of Africa is through asserting itself as a self-sustaining continent,…

North Africa Wants AFCON Withdrawn From Cameroon

“The North African Football Union  (UNAF) wants the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to move the hosting of the 2019…

THE MCCAIN INSTITUTE NEXT GENERATION LEADERS PROGRAM: 2019 APPLICATIONS AND NOMINATIONS OPEN

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 19 November 2018,-/African Media Agency/-The McCain Institute’s flagship Next Generation Leaders program is designed to identify, train,…

Morocco inaugurates 320kph train

“French President Emmanuel Macron arrived in Morocco on Thursday to take part in the inauguration of a high-speed railway line…

What are the best places where one could live and retire?

We have just received a report that in not too many words said that: France is the best place in…

EMPLOYEES IN MOROCCO RANK SAFETY AND SECURITY AS THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR WHEN DECIDING WHERE TO LIVE AND WORK, ACCORDING TO LANDMARK MERCER STUDY

The study reveals six critical findings, including a disconnect between employers and employees in terms of what motivates people to…

EMPLOYEES IN NIGERIA RANK AFFORDABLE HOUSING, JOB SATISFACTION, PAY AND BONUSES AS THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTORS, ACCORDING TO LANDMARK MERCER STUDY

The study reveals six critical findings, including a disconnect between employers and employees in terms of what motivates people to…

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