The recent defeat against the San Antonio Spurs in Texas (93-111), without Giannis Antetokounmpo, is not going to mitigate the great beginning of season of Milwaukee, who lost two games for ten wins. The 2022/2023 NBA season started barely one month ago but the Bucks of Mike Budenholzer are already imposing a very fast pace. The teammates of Giannis, MVP of the 2021 NBA Finals, … Continue reading NBA Bucks start well
This is it: the FIFA World Cup is beginning next week with the host country, Qatar, challenging Ecuador in the A group on Sunday 20. The football tournament, which is maybe the most subject to controversy over the last few years because of Qatar’s issues regarding human rights and global warming, will be the opportunity to see Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo one last time … Continue reading Sadio Mané, injured, goes to Qatar with the Lions
The recent deadly shootings in American schools can nearly make us think that the circulation of weapons does not concern the entire world. And yet… According to a survey carried out by the Small Arms Survey a couple of years ago, more than one billion firearms would be circulating in the world…And most of them would be possessed by casual civilians (85%). You do not … Continue reading Firearms, just an American issue ?
Maybe you attended a music show or a concert starring Akon in the last few years, and enjoyed tremendous hits like “Lonely”, “Locked up” or “Ghetto”. The American singer, Senegalese roots, is one of these voices you can recognize very easily amid others: his first solo album, “Trouble”, was released in 2004 and launched his hip-hop career to bring him success far beyond America. “Konvicted” … Continue reading Akon admits his brother played his part for some shows
Perhaps you have heard about that dramatic figure released by The Guardian in February 2021: according to the British newspaper, 6 500 people would have died in Qatar since the beginning of the construction works for the 2022 football world cup. If that figure must be taken with a pinch of salt, the fact is that a lot of foreign workers suffered awful working conditions in a country … Continue reading Human rights in Qatar: what will happen once the Football World Cup is done?
After the success of the first edition last year, the communications agency Digital Society decided to do it again: the Luxury Forum for French-speaking Africa will take place in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, for three days (November 23-25). This second edition will be the opportunity to focus on thriving luxury trends in Africa as well as training possibilities on the continent. According to Hapsatou Doro, the … Continue reading Abidjan: Luxury Forum to arouse new vocations?
Football is much more than a sport or even a business: it is the opportunity to give away for those who became successful thanks to the black and white ball (which tends to be everything but black and white now by the way, but this is another marketing issue). Last night in Paris, Châtelet Theater, the most prestigious individual award for a football player, Ballon … Continue reading Bambali Ballon d’Or
The elderly will probably tell you that the world has always been the same and that what we are currently living already occurred in the past. Nonetheless, no matter how old you are, the same observation is drawn by many people: your friends, your family, your professional circle, the media and even some people you just meet for the first time will tell you they … Continue reading Say no to aggressiveness
American president Joe Biden and his South African counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa met last Friday in the White House to discuss international relationships between both countries in a delicate context underlined by the war in Ukraine and its aftermath far beyond the only European continent. While the Western states decided to condemn Russia and its president Vladimir Putin for what they did (and are still doing) … Continue reading Summit between USA and South Africa on the background of war in Ukraine
This is something which has been told and retold, and perhaps the best way to sum it up will be those lyrics from Christopher Wallace (aka Notorious B.I.G): “Mo Money, Mo Problems”. The Pogba case, two months’ time from the football world cup in Qatar, is perfectly illustrating money issues destroying families and relationships. And this is only one case among many others. Highly mediatized … Continue reading When money drives you to hell