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The era of positive impact, World Merit Rabat and its quest to fulfill the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) objectives

An organization that builds projects, revolving mainly around the Sustainable Development Goals, to help its community grow

Amid rising and already existing challenges that our world is facing, World Merit RABAT, a local branch of the international World Merit organization (, has taken on the role of catalyst of change by leading and mentoring youth, towards building themselves and creating positive change for their community and the…

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Coronavirus - Africa: Clustering in special economic zones can boost the creative industry in Central Africa, says ECA’s Pedro

Can help countries of the sub-region build back better in a post-COVID-19 dispensation

The creative industries constitute an important lever for economic diversification in Central Africa and can help countries of the sub-region build back better in a post-COVID-19 dispensation, said the Head of ECA’s Office for Central Africa – Antonio Pedro – to a range of actors from across Francophone Africa who…

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Pulse launches a dedicated Mobile Gaming Channel in Partnership with Good World Games

Pulse Games powered by GameTrove rolls out across Pulse web platforms in Africa

Africa’s leading innovative media company Pulse (https://Pulse.Africa/) and Good World Games today announced the introduction of Pulse Games channels across all its African digital media platforms (Pulse Nigeria, Pulse Ghana and Pulse Live Kenya). The channels will feature hundreds of premium hypercasual games along with new engaging media content. “We…

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Telecoming comes to Egypt to promote digital entertainment

The arrival into the Egyptian market means a further step in Telecoming’s strategy to enhance its presence in Africa

The digital market in Egypt means more than 100M people and a mobile penetration of 94%; Africa plays a relevant role in Telecoming’s international expansion. Telecoming, the leading company in the development of digital services monetization technologies, lands in Egypt to promote digital entertainment. In a first stage, Telecoming will…

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Coronavirus - Africa: Facebook and Red Cross launch #AfricaTogether, a Campaign calling for vigilance against Covid-19

#AfricaTogether combines musical and comedy performances with information from Covid-19 first responders and fact-checkers from across Africa

Facebook and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement are partnering to launch #AfricaTogether – a digital campaign and two-day festival on June 4th and 5th featuring artists from across Africa to encourage continued vigilance against Covid-19. With more than 100,000 Covid-19 cases confirmed on the continent and containment…

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Pulse expands its reach into Francophone Africa with the launch of in Senegal

In the current unprecedented global situation, digitally available, trusted media is especially crucial

Africa’s leading innovative media company Pulse has launched its digital and social media offering in Senegal, under the brand Senegal ( This is part of its efforts to further extend its media reach to the Francophone audience on the continent, with a fully local offering. In the current unprecedented global…

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Coronavirus - Africa: United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Media Compact hits 100-member mark

Growing alliance of news and entertainment companies brings focus on socio-economic impact of COVID-19 crisis to its two-billion-strong audience

The SDG Media Compact, an alliance of news and entertainment companies convened by the United Nations to drive coverage and mobilize action for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), welcomed its 100thmember. From large broadcasters and established print media, to news agencies, radio stations and newer digital publishers, the SDG Media…

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Eutelsat selected by RCS Ghana for Direct to Home (DTH) broadcast

Multi-year contract leveraging Eutelsat’s dynamic 7° East neighbourhood

Eutelsat Communications ( (NYSE Euronext Paris: ETL) has secured a multi-year contract with RCS Ghana to provide capacity for the broadcast of its DTH bouquet bringing content to viewers in Ghana and beyond. RCS will use Ku-Band band capacity on EUTELSAT 7B to broadcast its fast growing free-to-air DTH bouquet comprising SD and HD…
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Poll reveals 70% of African businesses expect their revenues to decrease by more than 10% next month

Approximately 1,500 business leaders participated in the poll

In a live poll conducted by on April 22 as part of its webinar series, Crisis Management for African Business Leaders, nearly 70% of webinar participants predicted that their business revenue will decrease by more than 10% next month.  47% indicated that they expect their revenue to decrease by…

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Coronavirus - Africa: World’s most defiantly joyful song rereleased by UNICEF

Mama Africa’s smash-hit “Pata Pata” rerecorded by Angelique Kidjo to to spread information and hope in a time of Coronavirus

Once called the “world’s most defiantly joyful song”, Miriam Makeba’s ‘Pata Pata’ has been rerecorded by UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Angélique Kidjo, to spread information and hope in a time of Coronavirus. Without any alteration to chords or syllables, though with several changes to the lyrics, ‘Pata Pata’ will be rereleased…