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AFRICA OBSERVATORY - ISSUE 23

2 - 16 DEC 2019

MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear readers,

We are with you this week in the 23rd issue of the African Observatory.

In this period we will enter 2020, many organizations evaluated the situation of countries and announced statistics. According to reports, some countries expect high growth rates, while others are in danger of shrinking.

We have compiled the most striking and important researches for you. We tried to include the most recent and important news about Africa in our newsletter. We hope you will find all the news that may be an idea for you while you are planning your business and investment plans for the year 2020 and thinking about the future.

In this issue, we have dedicated the headline of the week to the success of a female entrepreneur in Kenya. Hope Mwanke will produce construction material from plastic waste at its plant for a more sustainable world. We are aware that every initiative should be respected, supported and announced for a sustainable world. We will continue to share this promising news with you all the time.

Sincerely,
President of TAFAC

Abdulaziz Unal

DWELLING ON AFRICA: COUNTRY REPORT

DETAILED GENERAL COUNTRY REPORT ABOUT TANZANIA
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Dwelling on Africa: Country Report “Tanzania”

Tanzania is an independent country in the Middle East of Africa and its border neighbors are Kenya and Uganda to the north, Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo to the west, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique to the south. The country has an area of approximately 945 thousand square kilometers and is the tenth-largest economy in Africa with an average of 45 billion dollars of GNP. The country has a population of over 50 million and has more than 130 ethnicities. Tanzania is a unitary republic and consists of 20 regions called mikoa. Until 1996, Darussalam became the capital of the country. In 1996 Dodoma was declared the capital, and Darussalam was recognized as a trading city. Tanzania - Turkey Relationship Turkey...

HEADLINE OF THE WEEK

THE IMPORTANT HEADLINE OF ISSUE 23

Kenya Will Produce Construction Materials from Plastic Wastes

An environmental scientist in the town of Gigil, Kenya, started to produce tiles and other building materials using plastic waste collected from hotels, shops and schools. Hope Mwanke, 30, has done a lot of research and has decided to produce building materials in his factory in Gigil to make the most efficient use of plastic waste. The company also received support from the Kenyan government, which promotes the use of sustainable green materials as part of the East African country's efforts to reduce carbon emissions from the construction industry. Photo Source

ECONOMICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND POLITICS

SUMMARY OF THE ECONOMICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND POLITICS IN THIS ISSUE FROM TAFAC'S PERSPECTIVE
Ethiopians Congratulate Their Prime Minister After the Nobel Peace Prize

Ethiopians Congratulate Their Prime Minister After the Nobel Peace Prize

When Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed returned to his country after the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, he was warmly welcomed. Ahmed has made...
Africa Holds the Record With 27% in Women Entrepreneurship

Africa Holds the Record With 27% in Women Entrepreneurship

In Africa, only 8.5% of female workers produce 62% of economic goods. Women entrepreneurs from Rwanda, Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Gabon shared...
From 2020, All Africans Can Enter Nigeria With an Airport Visa

From 2020, All Africans Can Enter Nigeria With an Airport Visa

Supporting the free movement of Africans in Africa, Nigeria said that as of January 2020, all persons with an African passport can enter Nigeria...

TURKEY IN AFRICA

What is new in Africa about Turkey?

Turkey in Africa – Issue 23

Africa, Target Market for Shoe Exports! Shoemakers Turkey Federation Chairman Ahmet Aydan said that in late 2019 and began to recover in early 2020 of the shoemaking industry. The world's most engaged in exporting shoes instead of Turkey will perform works for the Africa footwear market in 2020. Source The African Trade Minister Says 2020 would be "Africa Year" for Turkey Minister Ruhsar Pekcan...

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