Senegal’s capital Dakar is showing off its new face, with a development boom. New infrastructure has been given a shot in the arm and in the past few
Can beating world hunger and developing food sustainability start at your own kitchen table? In this edition of Learning World we explore some
Every year at the start of spring, the dunes of the Lompoul desert in northern Senegal come to life for the Sahel Festival. Bringing together
Karim Wade, a former senior minister in the Senegal government has been sentenced to six years in prison for corruption. He is the son of the former
Italian police have arrested one of two men suspected of involvement in the latest migrant tragedy in the Mediterranean which killed 10 people. The
The former governor general of Canada has been chosen as the next head of the international organisation of Francophone nations (OIF)
Macky Sall became president of Senegal in 2012 after a rapid political ascent.
The married father of three was practically unknown when President
Improving the business environment is Senegal’s goal. The country is already among the 10 most competitive in sub Saharan Africa.
Movies have sometimes tried to depict the history of slavery; controversial visual images can be one way to inform young people, but are schools and
Olympic heroes lead the way in school
Is taking part in school sport just a matter of keeping fit, or are there more unexpected benefits? And what
This week, I-Talk welcomes musician-turned-politician Youssou N’Dour, Senegal’s new minister for culture and tourism.
After making a name for
Senegal has once again just shown that where Africa is concerned, it is a little bit different. It has just held a mostly peaceful and fraud-free
This week’s Learning World gives three perspectives on the educational gender gap that exists in the developing world.
Second chance for married