A Lion in Paris

Moroccan right back Achraf Hakimi leaves Inter Milan for Paris Saint-Germain. Freshly crowned champion of Italian Serie A with Antonio Conte as a coach, the former Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund defender will now follow his destiny in Paris, where big players keep on being expected, sometimes contrary to common sense, to win the Champions’ League. Recruited from Inter Milan for 70 million euros and … Continue reading A Lion in Paris

Football: Riyad Mahrez for a first Champions’ League final

Algerian striker Riyad Mahrez was on fire last night. By scoring two goals in the second leg game of the semifinals against Paris Saint-Germain (2-0 final score), the Citizen paved the way for a first Champions’ League final for Manchester City, and is achieving two goals at the same time: a first final for Manchester City, and a first final for him as well. The … Continue reading Football: Riyad Mahrez for a first Champions’ League final

Champions’ League: tough mission for Sadio Mané and the Reds

The drawing lots of the UEFA Champions’ League quarter finals, the most prestigious European competition of football, took place last Friday right after the second leg games of round of sixteen. Eight teams will try to take over from Bayern Munich after the coronation of the Germans last year in final against French team PSG (1-0). If two squads, Manchester City and Bayern, are generally … Continue reading Champions’ League: tough mission for Sadio Mané and the Reds

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, an appointment for History

The least we can say is that Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is not doing things by halves. The Nigerian politician is about to be appointed director-general of the World Trade Organization (WTO for the intimates) and will then lead an institution that was looking for a chief in a difficult period highlighted by the coronavirus disease and the commercial war between the United States and China. This … Continue reading Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, an appointment for History

Art as a cure against COVID-19?

Those times of uncertainty we have been living for more than a year have at least the virtue of unleashing inspiration. All over the world, artists, no matter their domain, are using the torments triggered off by the coronavirus disease to feed their creations: painting, music, poetry, sculpture, every single form of art is achieving the mission humanity untrusted them: a duty of memory and … Continue reading Art as a cure against COVID-19?

Ceaseless move in the NBA

While the NBA new season 2020/2021 is about to begin, if things do happen as planned, by the end of December (22nd), some big move has already occurred in the franchises regarding players’ departures and arrivals, and you may find it hard to recognize Oklahoma or Detroit after this. African fellows are no exception After four years fighting for the Toronto Raptors (2017-2020) and a … Continue reading Ceaseless move in the NBA

Liverpool is on cloud nine

Liverpool has great chances to be the favorite team to their own succession in this 2020/2021 season of Premier League. After the title of last year and the supremacy over English football, the Reds impressed this weekend by blowing up Crystal Palace 7-0 on the lands of their victims of the day.  The first time ever that Liverpool scores seven goals away With Guinean midfielder … Continue reading Liverpool is on cloud nine

In conversation with Grâce Wallace

Created in 2005, Grace Wallace is a Luxury and Haute Couture brand that successfully built her own success in Togo . Specialized in women, men and Children pieces, it offers a wide range of diverse creations all of which have elegance in common. The Grace Wallace brand is modern, contemporary, and above all with an African touch… When did the shift started? When did you … Continue reading In conversation with Grâce Wallace