Students get expelled if they underperform in Ivory Coast schools

Education minister says it encourages students to work and fight against mediocrity. Read more at straitstimes.com. read more

French interior minister Gérald Darmanin due to visit Abidjan

French Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin is due to conduct his first official visit to Ivory Coast on 25 September. He'll meet his Ivorian counterpart, Vagondo Diomandé, in Abidjan and later ... read more

Abidjan residents clean up popular district to mark World Cleanup Day

ABIDJAN : Residents of the Yopougon, the most populous district in Ivory Coast's commercial capital Abidjan, took to the streets on Saturday to clean clogged storm drains and pick up rubbish ... read more

Ivory Coast's 'Pearl of Lagoons' loses its lustre

The vast Ebrie lagoon which abuts Ivory Coast's economic capital Abidjan is a sick and sorry sight, choked by plastic pollution and ravaged by sand extraction and unbridled development. read more

Orange prepares for Ivory Coast 5G rollout with lab

Orange has introduced a collaborative 5G laboratory at Abidjan in Ivory Coast, as part of efforts to prepare local businesses and ... read more

Heavy rain could damage Ivory Coast main cocoa crop, farmers say

Above-average rain across most of Ivory Coast's cocoa-growing regions last week could cause disease and damage the first beans of the October-to-March main crop in some areas, farmers said on Monday. read more

Ivory Coast Defeat D’Tigers in FIBA World Cup Qualifiers

Nigeria’s D’Tigers yesterday in Abidjan lost 78-66 to Ivory Coast in Abidjan as they resumed their 2023 FIBA World Cup qualifying campaign. The Nigerians were hit with a wave of withdrawals in ... read more

Mali releases 3 Ivorian soldiers; 46 others still detained

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast (AP) — Three female Ivorian soldiers arrived home late Saturday after being detained for nearly two months in Mali, while 46 others remain jailed in a case that has ... read more

Ivory Coast snails seen as 'caviar' as deforestation curbs habitat

As deforestation reduces the natural habitat of the giant African snail, entrepreneurs like Bernus Bleu are carving out a profitable niche market with farms for the delicacy whose slime is also in ... read more

Ivory Coast Oct-June cocoa product exports up 12% year on year

ABIDJAN — Ivory Coast exported 392,343 tonnes of semi-finished cocoa products from October 2021 to June 2022, up about 12% from the same period the previous year, provisional port data showed on ... read more

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