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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS OF PR CHEIKH MBOW – DIRECTOR OF FUTURE AFRICA

 

Ambassador Safietou Ndiaye

I would like to send you this message to thank you for having me today in your office with the Future Africa delegation from the University of Pretoria. It is a chance for me to have been able to discuss with you and your team Messrs. Diop, Ndiaye and Top who showed us an exceptional courtesy. I share your thoughts widely on the role of science and culture in Africa and am happy to serve the same cause that you have supported and championed for many years. Our exchanges were very pleasant and rich and I am very grateful to you for sharing strong ideas for the transformation of the African continent.

Thank you again for having received us so warmly.

My most respectful greetings!

Professor Sheikh Mbow

Director Future Africa

WORKING SESSION WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF DBSA

Her Excellency Ambassador Safiatou Ndiaye received Monday, November 25, 2019 in audience, for a preparatory working session, the representatives of the DBSA in the framework of the forum she organizes in Dakar on December 4, 2019 at Radisson in partnership with BNDE.

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT AT THE SENEGAL EMBASSY IN SOUTH AFRICA

   

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS DAHIRA NIASSENE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Dahira Niassene established in South Africa, expresses her heartfelt thanks to Her Excellency Safiatou Ndiaye, Ambassador of Senegal in South Africa, and to her entire team for their support, but also and above all to have enhanced their presence, the ceremony commemorating the birth of the Prophet Mohammed (PSL), Saturday, November 09, 2019 in Johannesburg.

ELIMINATING CAN 2021 / ESWATINI – SENEGAL: PRESENCE AND SUPPORT OF ITS EXCELLENCY MADAME AMBASSADOR AT “LIONS”

The Embassy of the Republic of Senegal in Pretoria congratulates the national team of Senegal, which has largely won this Sunday, November 17, 2019 ahead of that of Eswatini on the score of four to one (4-1), with a tripling of Famara Diedhiou and Pope Alioune Ndiaye.

Her Excellency Safiatou Ndiaye, Ambassador of Senegal in South Africa and her collaborators, made the trip, marked by their presence and lent their full support to the Lions to lead this brilliant victory (4-1).

6th DAKAR INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON PEACE AND SECURITY IN AFRICA

On November 18 and 19, 2019, the President of the Republic of Senegal His Excellency Macky SALL will chair the Dakar International Forum on Peace and Security in Africa at the International Conference Center Abdou Diouf – Diamniadio.

It will be attended by the President of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania His Excellency Mohamed Ould Ghazouani, guest of honor, and the French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe.

As in 2014, African Heads of State, French Ministers, high-ranking military personnel working in the private sector and all kinds of researchers will meet in Dakar for the International Forum on Peace and Security in Africa.

The Dakar Forum 2019 will offer rich exchanges on the main security concerns of the continent, against the backdrop of the situation in the Sahel.

The papers will focus on “the fight against terrorism in the Sahel in times of inter-community conflict: between misunderstanding and questions”.

AFRICA INVESTMENT FORUM 2019

Africa Investment Forum (AIF), organized by the African Development Bank (ADB), will be held in Johannesburg, South Africa for a second edition supported by the determination of development institutions to address the challenges of financing infrastructure in order to accelerate the economic transformation of the continent.

The AIF will be held more precisely on November 11, 12 and 13, 2019 in Johannesburg.

Indeed, at its first edition in 2018, the AIF had shown a willingness to think outside the box in terms of investments. The Forum then provided key lessons on the results that can be expected when multilateral development and financing institutions decide to pool their resources.

The collective will to tackle the annual investment deficit in Africa, estimated at US $ 130-170 billion, was fully affirmed at the opening ceremony.

“The first edition of the AIF has had an extraordinary level of commitment. Debates have shifted from a discussion of investment to the financial closure of certain transactions. The year 2019 will redefine investors’ perceptions of the African continent, “said David Makhura, Prime Minister of South Africa’s Gauteng Province, whose capital Johannesburg is.

Among the leaders of the main partner institutions are Patrick Dlamini, Director General of the Southern African Development Bank; Benedict Oramah, President of the Africa Export-Import Bank; Bandar M. H. Hajjar, President of the Islamic Development Bank, and Admassu Tadesse, President of the Bank of Commerce and Development.

The Forum’s founding partners include Alain Ebobisse, Managing Director of Africa50, and Mallam Samaila Zubairu, Managing Director of Africa Finance Corporation.

The development challenges in Africa require a rapid, ambitious and determined response. Of the 20 countries in the world with the least access to electricity, 13 are in Africa. Annual investments in the range of US $ 43-55 billion are needed until 2030-2040 to meet demand and provide universal access to energy.

The 2018 Africa Investment Forum attracted 1,943 participants from 87 countries, bringing together 400 investors from 52 countries. This innovative investment market brings together Heads of State and Government, project promoters, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and other institutional investors. Decision-makers, private equity firms and senior government officials are involved.

The Senegalese delegation will be led by the Minister of Economy, Planning and Cooperation, His Excellency Mr. Amadou HOTT. He will make his address today in Johannesburg.

AFRICA OIL WEEK : SPEECH FROM THE MINISTER OF OIL AND ENERGY

Speech from M. Mouhamadou Makhtar CISSE

AFRICA OIL WEEK 2019 FROM 04 TO 08 AT CAPE TOWN

Africa Oil Week

The African Petroleum Week Conference brings together from 04 to 08 November 2019 at CTICC (Cape Town International Convention Center), Cape Town, South Africa, African governments, national oil companies, investors, licensing agencies and the players in the oil and gas sector shaping the oil strategy upstream of the continent.

It provides the world’s most trusted content and network platform for the hydrocarbon sector in Africa. It is the main strategic intelligence and transaction platform for the African oil and gas sector.

African Petroleum Week is the meeting place for oil and gas markets upstream of Africa. It is the best place for networking, commercial transactions and lead generation for the oil and gas market upstream of Africa.

Why Africa Oil Week (AOW)?

With more than 1,500 top executives and key decision-makers in attendance, this is the perfect place to present your brand at the heart of the networking space, the trade show.

At the African Petroleum Week, it’s about quality, not quantity.

As an exhibitor, you will reach your target audience directly :

  • good people
  • Meet key players in the industry who make decisions on the ground.
  • Demonstrate your services, proprietary information and services directly to current and potential customers, AOW delegates, for a full week.

More than 200 world-class speakers are a state-of-the-art program that tackles the industry’s biggest challenges every year. Discussion topics are defined by the oil and gas industry leaders who make up the expert advisory committee.

Senegalese Minister of Petroleum and Enegries, Mouhamadou Makhtar CISSE, on Tuesday invited members of the Senegalese delegation present at the African meetings of the oil of the Cape (Africa Oil Week) to communicate more to establish a greater transparency.
“The resources belong to Senegalese who have the right to know what is made of them.It must be informed by demonstrating pedagogy even if the technical terms can be difficult to explain,” said Mactar Cisse to members of the delegation, present in South Africa.

He notably began meetings with representatives of companies pending the official launch on Tuesday, November 05, 2019, of the call for tenders on research licenses. Senegal is taking advantage of the Africa Oil Week to launch the international tender for twelve (12) free blocks located in the maritime zone, said the Director General of Petrosen, Mr. Mamadou Faye.

It will be a question of sharing the information on these research surfaces but also to inform the companies of the new legal environment that governs the research and exploitation of hydrocarbons since the adoption of a new code in March 2019.

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