Tag Archives: Senegal

03Jan/16

A retrospective look at Africa’s music scene in 2015

2015 saw Africa’s musicians use their songs to spread awareness about Boko Haram, promote peace and reconciliation and challenge stereotypes. It was a year where the continent’s diversity and eclectic musical traditions were on display.

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17Nov/15

Senegal’s legendary ‘car rapides’ reaching the end of the line

It could be the end of Senegal’s ‘cars rapides,’ a cheap and convenient local bus service. An important symbol for the country, the vehicles are set to disappear from the streets to make room for new buses that will be imported from Asia. The cars rapides are the most popular way of getting around in the country.
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03Aug/15

African Data platform launched to challenge Global development community for accuracy of Data

“The African continent deserves better and more accurate data”

London August 2015 (ACCUR8DATA) – A group of prominent African leaders in the field of data and innovation from Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, Rwanda and Senegal announced the launch of the Accur8Africa platform to improve the accuracy of data in the continent before the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in New York this coming September at the 70th United Nation General Assembly.
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