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How Investfox Protects African Traders | The African Exponent.

The newest European fintech startup, investfox, was launched in late June with the aim of reshaping relationships between investors and investment companies. This new platform will benefit many traders and investors, especially those in African countries. The reason behind this statement is that capital markets in Africa lag behind most of their counterparts from the

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Mali Government Bans Shisha | The African Exponent.

An unexpected ban on hookah smoking in this West African country has stirred surprise as well as division, leaving devotees dismayed but health advocates jubilant. Bars where small groups of smokers primarily young men hang out to chat and puff on water pipes have flourished in the capital Bamako in recent years. Mali is an

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The State of eSports in Nigeria | The African Exponent.

Nigeria has Africa’s largest economy, with a GDP of $442.98 billion in 2020. It also boasts one of the continent’s major gaming markets, due in part to its vast population and robust internet infrastructure. Nigeria is also a sports-crazy country. It does well in the Olympics, has a strong football culture, and a substantial number

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Chad’s National Dialogue Finally Kicks Off | The African Exponent.

A month ago, the withdrawal of over twenty opposition groups from the scheduled talks due to various dissatisfactions made headlines as this seemed to jeopardise the negotiations. However, the national dialogue, which should have taken place in February, finally began as re-scheduled on Saturday, 20 August, and will continue for twenty-one days. Chad’s capital city

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