Nearly half of the opposition supporters arrested during a wave of anti-government demonstrations in Togo will be pardoned.
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.
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).
Mediators announced Friday that Togo will enter talks on controversial constitutional reform February 15.
A WhatsApp group has brought together members from women’s organizations around the country focused on forest governance.
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.
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).
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.
A rural electrification scheme in Togo is set for a leap forward after a deal with UK-based solar system manufacturer Bboxx.
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.
Gilbert F. Houngbo, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), has been appointed the new Chair of UN-Water.
Togo will hold a referendum to decide on the politically divisive issue of presidential term limits following weeks of intense protests by opposition parties.