[This is Africa] Ivorian chocolate maker Dana Mroueh is making organic, eco-friendly chocolate in an industry that poses a threat to the environment because it spurs the particularly aggressive deforestation in Ivory Coast. Less than 4% of the country's forest land remains - and what is left may be completely felled by 2030.
[New Times] Three foreign-based players have joined their Amavubi teammates in residential camp ahead of the Côte d'Ivoire clash in Group H in the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON 2019) qualifiers.
[Nairobi News] Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz lit up social media after sharing a video capturing legendary Ivorian footballer Didier Drogba jamming to his latest 'Tetema' hit song.
[African Union] Fourth African Day of School Feeding Celebrated in Abidjan, Cote D'ivoire
[Concord] Sierra Leone women team has been paired with Ivory Coast in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Women's Olympic qualifiers preliminary round.
[Balancing Act] London -Africa's cash-strapped governments have a nasty habit of taxing anything that moves, particularly when it involves big money. In January 2016 the Ivorian Government decided to increase the tax on individual mobile money transactions. Russell Southwood looks at what's happening and how this affects the development of the country.
[New Times] Rwanda men's senior national basketball team on Wednesday evening left the country for Abidjan, Ivory Coast ahead of the upcoming 2nd round of FIBA world cup qualifiers, slated to run from February 22-24.
[Africa Renewal] Members of the United Nations Security Council are on a mission to West Africa where they are reviewing strides made in peacebuilding by both Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea-Bissau.