[Leadership] The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission(ICPC) has said, foreign investors shun Nigerian seaports over high level of corruption and corrupt activities taking place in the port.
[CAF] Eswatini, a team from COSAFA, must familiarize themselves with the habits and customs of West Africa since they have to face three West African countries in the TotalEnergies AFCON Qualifiers, namely Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde and Togo.
[White House] Every country, including our own, experiences risks and challenges related to stability and conflict. The international community grapples with issues that cut across borders, societies, ways of life, and economies. As the world has witnessed too often, the effects of conflict and instability are not constrained by borders or technologies. Cooperation and long-term investments in conflict prevention and stabilization are needed now more than ever to build peace across divided communities and boundaries. We
[allAfrica] Geneva -- The United Nations agency responsible for setting international standards for the treatment of workers and improving living standards throughout the world has elected an African to lead it for the first time.
[RFI] A subsea cable owned by Google that promises to double internet speeds for millions in Africa arrived in Togo on Friday. It's the latest step in a multi-year project to provide cheaper access to users across the continent.
[United Nations Human Rights Council] Togo's human rights record will be examined by the UN Human Rights Council's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group for the third time on Monday, 24 January 2022 in a meeting that will be webcast live.
[RSF] Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Togo's authorities to rescind the extremely strict and unjustified judicial controls placed on two newspaper editors as a condition for their release on 31 December after three weeks in prison in the capital, Lomé, on charges of defaming and insulting two government ministers.
[RSF] After repeatedly targeting the biweekly newspaper L'Alternative in recent years with administrative sanctions, judicial proceedings and surveillance, Togo's authorities have finally jailed its editor, Ferdinand Ayité.