The Tunisian aeronautics and space industries group (GITAS) and the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) recently inked a memorundum of understanding (MoU) to provide a framework for cooperation, facilitate and increase collaboration in fields of joint interest including strategic projects, reads a GITAS press release.
These strategic projects provide … Read More
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group approved a $27 million (about TND 85.3 million) and €10 million (nearly TND 33.5 million) loan package to co-finance the construction of a 100-megawatt Solar power plant in Kairouan, Tunisia, the AfDB said on Thursday.
The Board approval covers … Read More
The Emirati power company “AMEA POWER” will launch the construction of a solar power plant in Kairouan (Centre) in the second quarter of 2023, said Chairman Hussain Jassim Al Nowais.
In a statement to TAP, on the sidelines of a business mission led by the Confederation of Tunisian Citizen Enterprises … Read More
African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a loan agreement worth €103.95 million (equivalent to 335 million Dinars) to Tunisia to finance the Road Infrastructure Modernisation Project, Phase 2 (PMIR II).
The second phase of this project will aim at rehabilitating 230.6 km of roads in the governorates of Siliana, Kasserine, … Read More
The construction of Mdhila 2 plant is set to begin after the country Minister of Industry, Energy and Mines, Neila Nouira Gonji made the announcement.
Ms Gonji, made the statement during a visit to Gafsa where the government delegation discussed ways to overcome the difficulties hindering the start of the … Read More
TUNIS: Italy’s Eni will stop its hydrocarbon activities in Tunisia to focus on clean energy, the Tunisian energy ministry said, amid recurrent social unrest near oil installations in the country.
The giant energy company will give up mining licenses for nine oil concessions it was running jointly with the Tunisian … Read More
Tunisia’s first satellite, Challenge ONE has been successfully launched onboard Soyuz-2 rocket in the earlier hours of today from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
Challenge ONE was announced in 2019 by Tunisian aerospace and telecommunications company, TELNET after it entered an agreement with the Russian operator of commercial launches of Soyuz-2 … Read More
TUNIS – Tunisia’s state-owned phosphates producer Compagnie des Phosphates de Gafsa, which had been providing Tunisia with 10% of its total exports, is careening towards bankruptcy unless the government steps in to its rescue, a leader of the country’s main trade union said.
“The government must come to the rescue … Read More
Tunisian Environment Minister, Mustapha Aroui, has been sacked and arrested on Sunday over the shipment of hundreds of containers of household waste from Italy to Tunisia.
The shipment of hundreds of containers of household waste from Italy to Tunisia has raised suspicions of dirty dealings in a country that already … Read More
Cameroon sets to progress in it’s low-cost housing sector in partnership with Tunisia.
Tunisia’s Minister of Equipment, Housing and Regional Planning Noureddine Selmi is leading a representative officials and investors of public and private sectors that showed conscience in strengthen Cameroon low-cost housing project. After the discussion between Chief Dr … Read More
Tunisia secures US$335m financial aid from U.S to maintain its democratic transition.
Just barely a month after the death of Tunisia’s 92-year old President, Beji Caid Essebsi; who was also a major player in the country’s transition to democracy. The North African country, Tunisia have now reached an agreement … Read More
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Tunisia’s first freely elected president will be remembered as a pivotal figure in his country’s occasionally tumultuous recent history
President Beji Caid Essebsi who is one of the oldest leaders in the world has passed away today 25th July, 2019. Essebsi, who was the first democratically elected leader was admitted … Read More
A look at Infrastructure funding gap across Africa and remedies so far.
Key to enabling African economies to make the most of their opportunities is developing infrastructure in the region. Across the continent, new laws are being implemented and alternative sources of infrastructure funding are being sought in order to … Read More
Tunisian public sector worker immediately request to calls for protest by the President of Tunisian Beji Caid Essebsi . Reaching to the raise of wages from about 670,000 civil servants. The agreement between the sector worker and government were fail as a result of this nationwide strike occurs on Thursday.… Read More
Tunisia gets US$245 million loan installment from IMF
According to reports, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have approved a loan installmental payment of US$245m to Tunisia. This approved sum is the fifth payment under the loan programme between IMF and the North African country.
The IMF loan programme will aid … Read More
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To devise project plan to onboard and ramp customer into the HP DaaS platform as well as provide ongoing support to resolve enterprise device management tool … Read More
BBC Media Action, formerly known as the BBC World Service Trust, is the BBC’s international development charity, funded independently by external grants and voluntary contributions.
We are hiring a trained accountant to provide high quality and effective financial and procurement support to the BBC Media Action projects office … Read More