Monthly Archives: April 2019

New loans are underway

Good news regarding Moneyfune to businesses. In fact, the initiative of the Ministry for Economic Development (MISE) has become operational, which provides for the possibility of issuing guarantees on Moneyfune aimed at small and medium enterprises. Obtaining liquidity will therefore be easier: companies looking for profitable financing can finally breathe …

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The rich mythology and megalithic culture of the ancient Berbers, lords of the desert

The Barbarian Coast of North Africa was named after the Berbers, the nomadic people who inhabited the region west of the Nile Valley in North Africa. Called the Amazighs or Imazighen in antiquity (meaning “free humans” or “free men”), they are among the oldest inhabitants of North Africa. Their rich …

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Amazighs in Zuwara fear attacks on strategic border area

[ad_1] As clashes rage in southern Tripoli between the forces of eastern military commander Khalifa Hifter and the internationally recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) made up of various militias, Amazighs in Zuwara fear their border area and town. are not attacked at any time. “We just tried to escape. …

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Morocco weighs heavily on French science education |

CASABLANCA – The question of teaching scientific subjects in foreign languages ​​is dividing politicians and intellectuals in Morocco where the public education sector is in crisis despite the reforms. A bill which would regulate the education sector and which was adopted by the Council of Ministers in mid-2018 was blocked …

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Bridge Loan: How Student Financing Works

For students who wish to request Isabel Archers but do not have a pay slip or special guarantees, there are special solutions. An interesting formula is Pyrobanking’s Crediter Bridge, which not only renewed its name, becoming Posteloan also its services. Let’s see in detail what it is. Bridge loan: what …

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The faded pride of Amazigh tattoos

[ad_1] For the indigenous Amazighs of Africa, body art was more than just pictures. They have been a decisive, almost poetic social marker for centuries. Berber woman wearing ethnic jewelry, Kairouan, Kairouan (Al Qayrawan) governorate, Tunisia. (DeAgostini / Getty Images) For many native North Africans, the nuances of nostalgia take …

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