Togo's Gilchrist Olympio for opposition council Friday

Gilchrist Olympio, leader of the Togolese opposition Forces for Change (UFC), who is exiled in Paris, is expected to return home Friday to participate UFC's national council scheduled 3-4 February in Lome, party officials said here Wednesday. &qu...

EU releases aid to Togo under 9th EDF

The European Union (EU) has notified the government of Togo the release of financial aid under the 9th European Development Fund (EDF), an instrument of the Cotonou Accord, an official source affirmed at the weekend. Félix Kodjo Sagbo, Togo's Amb...

Yellow fever in Togo

A mass vaccination campaign is planned to take place in the next two weeks in the regions of Savanes and Kara where 3 cases of yellow fever have been laboratory confirmed. The most recent yellow fever mass vaccination campaign in this area was co...

Togo appeals for EU's help in securing legislative election

Togolese Security Minister Colonel Atcha Titikpina has appealed to the European Union (EU) to help his country in securing the coming legislative elections. Titikpina made the request on Wednesday while receiving an EU delegation in Lome. During...

Ghana-Togo set up border facilitation committe

A 26-member Inter Border Facilitation Committee (IBFC) that will ensure the free movement of persons and goods between Ghana and Togo was Saturday inaugurated at Aflao on the Ghana Togo border, 230km East of Accra. The Committee's work is part of...

Togo's national soccer league resumes 4 February

Togo's national football premier league resumes on 4 February after weeks of recess, the Togolese Football Federation (FTF) said here Saturday. The tournament groups 16 teams, including seven based in Lome and nine in the rest of the country. 

Ecowas summit opens in Ouagadougou

The 31st ordinary summit of the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS) opened here Friday, with the Ivorian crisis top on the agenda. Eleven leaders of the 15-nation organisation, present at the opening ceremony, were from Benin, Cot...

Togo, South Africa to open African U-17 Championship

Host Togo will meet South Africa in the opening match of the African U-17 Championship billed for 10-24 March, according to the draw held by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in the Togolese capital. The draw on Wednesday, supervised by...

Togolese parties agree on sticky electoral issues

All stakeholders to the Inter- Togolese dialogue Tuesday agreed unanimously to make decisions within the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) in their country. They reached the agreement during the third session of the follow-up commi...

Adebayor in Togo quit threat

Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor has threatened to quit his Togo international career in the next six months. The 22-year-old said he is depressed by the state of the game in Togo which has been dogged by one crisis after another and derailed th...

Africa ''needs good governance''

The second German-Africa Partnership Forum ended in Ghana on Sunday with a pledge for good governance and accountability in Africa An initiative of German President Horst Koehler, the two-day forum gave about 50 youth leaders from Africa and Germ...

Adebayor returns to Arsenal squad

Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor has recovered from a thigh injury and is available for Saturday's Premier League game at Blackburn Rovers. Manager Arsene Wenger said the Togo captain, who has been out for two weeks, was likely to start on the b...

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Merci à Faure Gnassingbé

Cédéao

Le nouveau Premier ministre bissau guinéen, Aristides Gomes, va entamer une tournée ouest-africaine qui le mènera à Lomé.

Les droits des personnes est au cœur du développement

Développement

Le gouvernement togolais travaille pour garantir un développement inclusif, équitable et durable.

Sida : appui américain

Santé

Les Etats-Unis aident le Togo et d'autres pays africains à lutter plus efficacement contre le sida. Et fournit des moyens financiers.

N'avalez pas trop vite

Santé

Le marché de la contrefaçon de médicaments ne s’est jamais aussi bien porté.