Togo's parliament accepts women in the army

Togolese parliament has passed a law that would allow women to join the military service, official sources said here Wednesday. The former statute on the status of Armed Forces of Togo (FAT), crafted in July 1963, banned women from joining the ar...

Togolese firm wins UEMOA Good Governance Award

Togo's airport company, Lome-Tokoin (SALT), has been awarded the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) Good Governance Prize. The prize was awarded at the end of the second West African Good Governance forum here late Friday. According...

Benin, Nigeria, Togo inaugurate power connection

Benin, Togo and Nigeria inaugurated on Tuesday a power cable linking the three countries' national grids and aimed at improving insufficient electricity infrastructure in West Africa. The 70-kilometre power cable will join the Electrical Communit...

Togo launches yellow fever immunisation campaign

Togo has launched a yellow fever immunisation campaign in its northern region where three cases have been reported, health officials have said. Health Minister Charles Kondi Agba, said 1.3 million were targeted in the immunisation drive launched...

Yellow fever in Togo

The mass vaccination campaign is scheduled to begin today in Savanes and Kara regions where three cases of yellow fever were laboratory confirmed (see previous report). Yellow fever reappeared in these regions after an absence of more than 20 yea...

Togo's Maranatha eliminates Senegal's Jaraaf from Champions League

Togo's Maranatha of Fiokpo has advanced to the next round of the African Champions League after thumping Senegal's Jaraaf 3-0 on Sunday in Womé, some 140-km south-east of Lome (3-1 aggregate score). Assiongbo Ahyi scored the opener for the Togole...

West Africa targets growth

Nigeria, Benin and Togo on Thursday formed a new regional body aimed at fast-tracking the integration of the economies of the three west-African neighbours. The body, known as the Co-Prosperity Alliance Zone (Copaz), was formally inaugurated foll...

Brussels removes Togo from red list countries

The Belgian government has removed Togo from the red list of risk countries not to be associated with, the ambassador of Togo in Brussels, Félix Kodjo Sagbo, announced here Sunday. The Belgian government took this decision after the announcement...

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...

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Transformation numérique : le revers de la médaille

Tech & Web

La transformation numérique a bouleversé le quotidien de nombreux Togolais. Mais de nouvelles menaces sont en plein essor.

Le Togo perd du terrain

Environnement

L’érosion côtière frappe le Togo depuis des dizaines d’années. Libération publie lundi une enquête sur ce phénomène.

Le Uber du fret s’implante au Togo

Tech & Web

Après avoir levé 6 millions de dollars, l’application ‘Kobo360’ a décidé de proposer ses services à de nouveaux pays, dont le Togo.

Feu vert pour la ratification de la Zone de libre échange

Union Africaine

Les députés ont adopté jeudi le projet de loi autorisant la ratification de l’accord de libre-échange continentale africaine (ZLEC).