12 August 2020
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AFRICA OBSERVATORY - ISSUE 21

04 - 17 NOV 2019

MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear readers,

In this week's issue, we touched upon important issues. We tried to tell you about the most important issues such as sports, politics, economy in Africa.

Since the very beginning, we aim to offer you a two-week summary of Africa and provide you with information about African countries for more develop between Turkey and Africa relationship. We always improve ourselves to present it.

In Head of the Week, we wanted to share research on African Energy Needs. While the world population, especially the African population, is increasing rapidly, energy needs also increase at least at this rate. Therefore, especially the renewable energy sector gains importance in Africa.

The investment forum in South Africa this week attracted a lot of attention from around the world. Important negotiations were made at the forum which a Turkish delegation of 16 people also attended. I'm sure Turkey would further develop its relations with Africa on this occasion. As TAFAC, we will continue to do our best.

Sincerely,
President of TAFAC

Abdulaziz Unal

DWELLING ON AFRICA: COUNTRY REPORT

DETAILED GENERAL COUNTRY REPORT ABOUT RWANDA
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Dwelling on Africa: Country Report “Rwanda”

The Republic of Rwanda is a shoreless country located in the eastern part of the central part of Africa. It borders with Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The capital of the country is Kigali. It is also called Land of a Thousand Hills due to its rough terrains. The country, which has recently attracted considerable attention and has risen economically, is preferred in terms of tourism and investment. Rwanda is called Africa's Singapore in the international arena because of its steady growth in the economy in recent years and its aim to become a regional trade center in East Africa. Rwanda- Turkey Relationship The trade volume between Turkey and Rwanda were approximately $ 21 million in 2018. For...

HEADLINE OF THE WEEK

THE IMPORTANT HEADLINE OF ISSUE 21

530 Million Africans Could be Out of Power by 2030

The International Energy Agency's study published on Friday said African countries will need to quadruple their investment in the electricity sector in the next 20 years. According to the IEA report, African countries need to invest $ 120 billion annually to prevent future power outages. The agency said that the African economy could be quadrupled by 2040 by making use of technological advances and optimizing natural resources. Research results show that around 600 million people (half of Africans) are currently unable to access electricity. Photo Source

ECONOMICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND POLITICS

SUMMARY OF THE ECONOMICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND POLITICS IN THIS ISSUE FROM TAFAC'S PERSPECTIVE
Gender Equality at Nairobi Summit

Gender Equality at Nairobi Summit

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, until 2022 announced that they decided to end the female circumcision. A three-day summit was held in Nairobi to discuss issues...
Visit Congo of Uganda President and Business Cooperation

Visit Congo of Uganda President and Business Cooperation

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni arrived in Congo on Monday (November 11th) and discussed improvements in road infrastructure. Museveni, "We will develop the road infrastructure including...
More than 900 Employee in South African Airways are in Danger

More than 900 Employee in South African Airways are in Danger

The South African airline, South African Airways (SAA), has been restructured due to financial losses, therefore it could lay off more than 900 people. The...

TURKEY IN AFRICA

What is new in Africa about Turkey?

Turkey in Africa – Issue 21

Tosyalı Is Establishing a New Factory in Africa Tosyalı Holding, one of the most important players in the iron steel industry, will start production in Angola in the south of Africa. Facility construction will start in 2020 and be completed in 3 years. Source Turkish Delegation Attends the Africa Investment Forum In order to evaluate investment opportunities in Africa, Turkey's Foreign Economic Relations...

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