Arab League in Tunis: salamalecs, duel and hooligans

Held on March 31 in Tunis under the cover of a wheel (some emirs had not turned off the engine of their aircraft), the...

The case Sibeth Ndiaye can not arrive in Africa

The appointment of Franco-Senegalese Sibeth Ndiaye as spokesperson for the French government was unanimously hailed by the French press. Born in Senegal in 1979,...

In Mali, the sum of the forces is zero

160 dead and looping images in social networks and TVs around the world. In the aftermath of a massacre coldly planned and executed without...

Senegalese presidential elections: Moubarack Lô’s cold statistics

With or without Karim Wade and Khalifa Sall, President Macky Sall would get 58%. This observation is from the statistician and economist engineer Moubarack...

Actuarial tables: history of redemptions, episode 2

Written by Eric MANIABLE and Raissa FOTIA SANTSA. In the previous episode, our actuaries had built surrender rate tables based on the seniority of the...

The woman, a long way to freedom

In the secular conservatism of the Arab-Muslim world, Tunisia has broken an old taboo. Everything went in August 2017 when Beji 90 year old...

Cryptocurrency: The great illusion

By Pierre Delval, chronicler.   On April 15, 2018, in issue 49 of Financial Afrik, I devoted a full column on the criminological deciphering of cryptocurrency. I...

Africa: The Democratic Peril …

The democratic horizon is moving away while the time of the retreats of the civil and political liberties settles everywhere in Africa. Who does...

Special March 8th: the editorial of Jeanne SISSOKO-ZEZE

On the occasion of the Women's Day, Jeanne SISSOKO-ZEZE, Coach in Personal Branding and General Director of Reflet Consulting, joins the editorial staff of...

Algeria: President Bouteflika to the end of suspense

3 will not have been a Sunday like any other in Algeria. The president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 82 years old, had cost to present his...

Venezuela: an interference that smells of oil

We are witnessing the collapse of international law under the blows of American unilateralism and the propaganda of humanitarian organizations and Western media. Admittedly,...

Why do Senegalese have to renew President Macky Sall?

At the end of the 1990s, the Senegalese realized the unsavory situation of their country and the imperious need to observe an alternation that...

Should we abandon the CFA franc?

By Amath Ndiaye, Senior Lecturer, University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar. The debate on the CFA arouses a lot of passions, because it sends us...

Presidential elections in Senegal: five candidates, five economic programs

The election campaign started off in Senegal. Five candidates selected according to a system of sponsorship introduced for the first time will solicit the...