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  1. Matjila, Ecobank liable for Tanoh compensationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    Daniel Matjila, chief executive officer of South Africa's Public Investment Corporation, is jointly liable for the payment of 7.5 billion CFA Francs to former Ecobank Transnational Corporation CEO Thierry Tanoh, a summary of a court judgment shows. Matjila and Lome, Togo-based Ecobank have been ordered to execute the judgment, made by the Abidjan Commercial Court in Ivory Coast, the summary, released by Ecobank, shows.

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  2. Togo Telecom to launch public Wi-Fi access in LomeRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    State-backed incumbent operator Togo Telecom is poised to launch a city-wide Wi-Fi access project targeting the 1.6 million or so people living in the capital Lome. Biztech Africa reports that the first zone is already up and running in the suburb of Deckon, providing broadband internet access to anyone with a suitable smartphone or tablet if they select its 'HELIM Zone' service option.

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  3. Cote d'Ivoire: Ecobank to Appeal Ruling by Commercial Court of AbidjanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | AllAfrica.com

    Ecobank to appeal ruling by Commercial Court of Abidjan The Commercial Court of Abidjan ruled on Thursday the 15th of January that Dr Daniel Matjila a director of Ecobank Transnational Corporation and Chief Executive Officer of Public Investment Corporation of South Africa , along with PIC and ETI are jointly liable for defamation against Mr Thierry Tanoh, a former Group CEO of ETI. The court ordered that the three parties jointly and severally pay Mr Tanoh US$15 million.

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  4. Ecobank ordered to pay former Ceo Us$12.3 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Ghanamma.com

    Ecobank Transnational Inc. was ordered by the commercial court in Abidjan to pay former Chief Executive Officer Thierry Tanoh 7 billion CFA Francs in compensation, Francois Koumoin, the president of the court, said. Tanoh, an Ivory Coast national, was removed as CEO of the Lome, Togo-based bank in March last year after regulators probed allegations of management fraud and poor corporate governance at the pan-African lender.

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  5. Global 3000Read the original story

    Saturday Jan 17 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    Global 3000 is Deutsche Welle's weekly magazine that explores the intersection of global development and the environmental and social conditions of the diverse cultures of the world. In each program, host Michaela Kufner presents three to four video-rich segments that profile a different part of the planet where man's quest for economic and industrial strength is jeopardizing the ecosystems and the social and economic structures of people thousands of miles away.

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  6. Emily, 18, embarks on trip to help those in need overseasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Gazetteherald.co.uk

    Emily Keal, is volunteering with International Citizens Service , a programme for young people aged 18-25 that helps developing countries who have asked for support. The 18-year-old is travelling to Togo in West Africa at the end of January to work in the in slums and orphanages in the capital city of Lome.

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  7. Ethiopian Cargo Plane Had Flat TyresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Ghanamma.com

    The crashed plane Preliminary investigations into the Ethiopian cargo plane that crashlanded at the Kotoka International Airport , Accra, indicate that the aircraft had flat tyres. The Boeing 737-400 plane, registered ET-AQV and being operated by Lomebased ASKY Airlines, which was landing at KIA from Lome, Togo, on Saturday, suffered extensive damage in a runway excursion.

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  8. Drinking water pipeline project signed between Ghana and TogoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | WaterWorld

    The governments of Ghana and Togo have signed a memorandum of understanding for the construction of a pipeline to bring drinking water from the lower Volta River in Ghana to the city of Lome in Togo. Around four million people are expected to benefit from the pipeline project, which is hoped to alleviate stress on Togo's groundwater supplies.

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  9. Togo government calls on Etisalat, Maroc Telecom to resolve Moov Togo ownership disputeRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    The government of Togo has summoned officials from Etisalat and Maroc Telecom to the capital Lome, to discuss how the latter's recent acquisition of the Emirati group's assets in Africa will affect local unit Moov Togo. In November 2013 French media group Vivendi signed a definitive agreement to sell its controlling 53% stake in Maroc Telecom to -based Etisalat, going on to complete the deal in May 2014, at which point Etisalat agreed to sell its Atlantique Telecom subsidiaries to Maroc Telecom as part of a wider operational overhaul.

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  10. Photos: Ethiopian aircraft crash lands at Ghana airportRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 10 | In-depth Africa

    An Ethiopian airline cargo aircraft traveling from Lome, Togo to Accra Ghana this morning skidded off the runway as it arrived the Kotoka Airport in Ghana. According to a press statement by Ghanaian aviation authorities, the three crew members survived the crash and are currently receiving treatment at the 37 military hospital.

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  11. Ghana, Togo in Drinking Water Pact to Benefit 4 Million PeopleRead the original story

    Friday Jan 9 | The Washington Post

    Ghana and Togo signed a project agreement for the construction of a pipeline to bring drinking water from the lower Volta River to Lome and coastal communities that when completed would benefit about 4 million people. The African Development Bank group said today that last month's memo of understanding "marks the beginning of the realization of an idea hatched in the 1970s to provide sustainable drinking water" from Sogakope, Ghana, to Lome as well as Ghana communities along the transboundary pipeline, African Water Facility coordinator Akissa Bahri said.

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  12. Drug courier spared death penalty for helping CNB in probeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Channelnewsasia.com

    TODAY reports: Thai national Konkla Juntida was sentenced to life in prison instead after providing "substantive assistance" to the authorities in disrupting drug trafficking activities. SINGAPORE: A Thai woman escaped the gallows after the High Court sentenced her to life in prison on Thursday for importing more than 1.8kg of methamphetamine because she had provided "substantive assistance" to the authorities in disrupting drug trafficking activities.

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  13. Ethiopia: Ethiopian Eyes Rwandair As Strategic PartnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | AllAfrica.com

    The management of Ethiopian Airlines has shown an interest in becoming a strategic partner of RwandAir, the national flag carrier of Rwanda. RwandAir is a small but fast growing airline in Africa.

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  14. Aflao Police intercept hemp as suspects flee into seaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 3 | Ghanamma.com

    The Aflao Police in the early hours of Wednesday December 31, intercepted 230 compressed parcels of leaves suspected to be Indian Hemp at Adafienu beach near Denu. The parcels stuffed in five sacks, were to be loaded into a boat to be transported to Lome, Togo by sea, the police said.

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  15. Police intercept over 200 parcels of Indian hemp as suspects flee into seaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 2 | GhanaWeb

    The Aflao Police in the early hours of Wednesday December 31, intercepted 230 compressed parcels of leaves supposed to be Indian Hemp at Adafienu beach near Denu in the Volta Region. The parcels stuffed in five sacks, were to be loaded into a boat to be transported to Lome, Togo by sea, the police said.

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  16. AgriMinco Corporate and Project UpdateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | Market Wire

    AgriMinco Corp. is focussed on development of renewable energy and agricultural projects in Africa with a strong focus on West Africa. ANO is pleased to announce that it has acquired a 51% interest in the Togolese company SLOD-Africa Sarl.

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  17. West Africa: Ebola Pandemic Affects Asky's OperationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | AllAfrica.com

    Ethiopian Airlines affiliate airline in west Africa, ASKY Airlines', operation is seriously affected by the spread of Ebola virus disease . The Lome, Togo-based private airline, ASKY, operates in 22 destinations in West and Central Africa.

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  18. Gov't secures $180m to improve water supplyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2014 | Ghanamma.com

    Government has secured a loan of $180 million from the United States Exim Bank to rehabilitate water supply systems nationwide. The minister of Water Resource Works and Housing, Alhaji Collins Dauda, who made this known at the meet-the-press encounter in Accra yesterday, said the project will improve water delivery in all the 10 regions.

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  19. Togo to announce winner of third mobile operator in 2015Read the original story

    Dec 15, 2014 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    Togo's Minister of Post and Digital Economy, Ms Cina Lawson, has said that the small West African nation will not disclose the identity of the winner of the country's third mobile licence until next year, according to Biztechafrica.com. Speaking at a youth business forum in the capital Lome, Ms Lawson said that candidates have until January 2015 to submit their applications, adding that the government is hopeful that the entry of a newcomer will improve telecoms voice and internet access in Togo.

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  20. Ghana, Togo to harvest water from Volta LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | Ghanamma.com

    Ghana and Togo have renewed their commit-ment to implement a project to harvest water from the Volta River and export it from Sogakope to Lome. Known as the Sogakope-Lome Trans-boundary Water Supply Project, the initiative has been on the drawing board since 1970 but lack of funds and technical challenges stalled its implementation.

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