Demonstrations suspended, 45 detainees released

Nearly half of the opposition supporters arrested during a wave of anti-government demonstrations in Togo will be pardoned.

Talks open in Togo between government and opposition

Long-awaited talks between Togo's government and the opposition began on Monday to try to end a six-month political stand-off that has seen thousands take to the streets in almost weekly protests against the ruling party.

University of Lome confers Honoris Causa on Dr Wilfried Krauss

The University of Lome, Togo has conferred the Honoris Causa Award on Dr. Wilfried Kraus of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany (BMBF).

Political dialogue to start February 15

Mediators announced Friday that Togo will enter talks on controversial constitutional reform February 15.

WhatsApp-ening with forests and climate in Togo?

A WhatsApp group has brought together members from women’s organizations around the country focused on forest governance.

Faure Gnassingbé reiterates political dialogue call

President of Togo, Faure Gnassingbe, has reiterated his call for the opposition to accept dialogue as the government presses for an end to a running political crisis.

ECOWAS summit begins in Abuja

West African heads of state begin their meeting in Abuja, Nigeria, on Saturday, with a range of issues on the agenda for the summit of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

All the conditions are now in place to kick off dialogue

After months of silence, Togolese President Faure Gnassingbé said through four of his ministers that all the conditions are now in place to kick off dialogue.

Togo electrification scheme gets boost from solar rollout

A rural electrification scheme in Togo is set for a leap forward after a deal with UK-based solar system manufacturer Bboxx.

The Geography of Welfare in Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, and Togo

A new World Bank Group explains the failure of the sub-region’s strong economic growth to translate into benefits for the population as a whole.

IFAD President appointed Chair of UN-Water

Gilbert F. Houngbo, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), has been appointed the new Chair of UN-Water.

Togo announces plan to hold referendum on presidential limit

Togo will hold a referendum to decide on the politically divisive issue of presidential term limits following weeks of intense protests by opposition parties.

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CAN : cuisante défaite

Sport

L'équipe algérienne de football s'est qualifiée dimanche en phase de poules des éliminatoires de la Coupe d'Afrique des Nations.

Filets sociaux : lancement du transfert monétaire

Développement

La phase opérationnelle de la sous-composante ‘transfert monétaire’ du projet de filets sociaux et services de base (FSB) débutera en décembre.

Intensification des investissements dans les infrastructures urbaines

Développement

Le gouvernement et la Banque mondiale ont lancé vendredi le Projet d’infrastructures et de développement urbain (PIDU). 

L'alpha et l'omega du développement

Développement

Le Premier ministre s’est exprimé jeudi au dernier jour du Forum sur les énergies nouvelles organisé par la BOAD.