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Sierra Leone’s minister of Energy and water resources, Professor Ogunade Davidson has been sacked by President Ernest Bai Koroma.
Efforts are underway to clean up one of the most polluted areas of Senegal – Hann Bay.
Experts from across West Africa are currently meeting in Lomé, Togo to brainstorm on how to reduce the impact of natural disasters on the most vulnerable citizens of the sub-region.
The Ghanaian government cut the sod for the construction of the first-ever National Data Centre for the country.
Mali has been playing host to the 31st international scientific conference on research in the fight against Tsetse fly, which cause sleeping sickness or trypanosomiasis.
The Sierra Leone government has issued a two-week ultimatum to mining and exploration companies in the country to regularize their documents or face suspension.
A new Japanese technology has been introduced in Ghana to repair roads at a cheaper cost.
The US-based-International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) on Tuesday launched its West and Central Africa office in Dakar, Senegal. IFPRI seeks sustainable solutions for ending hunger and poverty worldwide.
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