The worldwide pandemic made it hard for artists to go on tour and see their fans all over the world over the last two years that we have been living (that we have not been living as well), but things are changing little by little and this is for the biggest happiness of music lovers. Even with a mask (FFP2 or chirurgical, up to you), … Continue reading Yodé & Siro in Paris for a little bit of Ivorian zouglou !
Former president of Burkina Faso Roch Marc Christian Kaboré is still kept captive in Ouagadougou no matter the numerous calls from the international community to set him free, and meanwhile, the transition gets organized in a country he used to lead, one month after the coup that overthrew him in favor of lieutenant colonel Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba. The military junta made different official announcements lately … Continue reading In Burkina Faso too,transition gets organized.
Football is often fearing neither god nor man, and cheating from players has always been part of this sport to try to influence the final result of a game. The video assistance is one (unperfect) response to that trickery, but the VAR was not present last Thursday in Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan, for the game of Europa League Conference between Olympique de Marseille … Continue reading Fair Play is not dead
The NBA trade deadline on February 10 came out onto a huge (but expected though) move that sent James Harden from the Brooklyn Nets to the Philadelphia Sixers of Cameroonian center Joel Embiid. Barely one year after having settled down in the Big Apple, the Beard is already leaving a franchise that hardly ever managed to make their Big Three play together: Kyrie Irving, James … Continue reading Joel Embiid & James Harden, a successful Process?
Art, design and culture: these are the three words used by Almasika to depict themselves. The jewelry brand, founded by young businesswoman Catherine Sarr in London, is designing sculptural jewelry based on traditions and culture. Glancing at Almasika’s website will give you an idea of what the company is proposing, because jewelry is a broad concept: you will have the possibility to choose among necklaces, rings, bracelets … Continue reading Almasika, when the world belongs to you
For those who can remember The Lion King and Scar’s obsessional dream to become the king and replace his brother Mufasa, leading to the assertion “there will be a king!” to make it easier for the hyenas to understand, the current news must have a touch of nostalgia. Eventually, Senegal will have a Prime Minister again! The news was made official this week: the national … Continue reading In Senegal, there will be a Prime Minister again
The holidays are fast approaching, giving fashion lovers everywhere the perfect opportunity to break out of the working-from-home sweatpants slump and slip into something festive. This season is all about rich colors and luxurious-feeling fabrics–a welcome change for those of us who have donned pandemic-induced loungewear for the past year and a half. So pour yourself a cup of cocoa and check out these four … Continue reading Fabulous Holidays looks we are crushing on this season
All over the world, teams are struggling to get the precious ticket to go to the upcoming World Cup of football in Qatar, that will take place in one year from now on. If many squads are already sure of participating to the final tournament, some others are still waiting for the ultimate decision that will be given in March 2022 with the playoffs. In … Continue reading World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: one last step before Qatar
Time to gain trust and build up strong relationships. The American Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, is achieving a tour on the African continent this week to discuss important topics and strengthen partnership and cooperation between the US and Africa. The official of the Biden administration already went to Kenya and Nigeria, two English-speaking countries, and will end up his tour with Senegal this weekend … Continue reading The United States visit Africa to strengthen relationships￼
Are you hungry? Do you prefer sweet or salty? Never mind, Maison Mandjou has everything that you need! If you live in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and wonder what you could have for lunch or diner next week, do not waver any longer, and take your car to go and discover the cooking cocoon which was thought and imagined by its founder Ahoua Touré. Set up … Continue reading Welcome to Maison Mandjou !