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Gabon chooses Tunisia to train its airport agents

Nearly 200 airport staffers and executives from Gabon will receive training at the Regional Aviation Security Training Center (AFSAC) under the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Tunis, under a Memorandum of Understanding recently signed between Tunisia and Gabon. The training in several groups spread over 5 years, concerns the agents assigned to the services of […]

Sub-Sahara Africa: Digital skills to be required for 230 mln jobs by 2030 (IFC)

Close to 230 million jobs will require digital competence in Sub Sahara Africa by 2030, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) indicates in a report published last week. According to the institution, the demand for digital competence will grow quicker in Sub Sahara than in other regions. It should be fuelled by rapid economic growth, digitalisation […]

Tunisia: Russian business managers come in, with lots of project ideas

A delegation of Russian business leaders is expected from 25 to 26 April 2019 in Tunis, to attend the Tunisian-Russian Business Forum, to be organized as part of the seventh meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation between the two countries. The Russian business leaders represent specialized companies, particularly in […]

Tunisia: One Tech’s revenue up 13.7% in Q1 to 234 million dinars

The income of One Tech Holding Group (OTH) has increased by 13.7% in the first quarter of 2019, compared to the same period of the year 2018, reaching 234.2 million dinars. Revenue growth of 28 million dinars in the first quarter is mainly the result of a significant increase in exports (+ 16.5%), which now […]

Rwanda becomes third country to ratify A.U. free trade pact

Rwanda has become the third African country to ratify the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) deal. Kigali submitted ratification instruments to the African Union (A.U.) on Saturday. The first two countries were Kenya and Ghana who submitted documents on May 10. Rwanda was however, the first to ratify the Protocol on the Free Movement […]