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Tropics Magazine’s Chief Editor, Vénicia Guinot, among the finalists of AWIEF Awards 2022

The Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) is pleased to announce the finalists for our 2022 AWIEF Awards. Currently in its sixth edition, the...

Tropics Women in Business (TWiB) Series: Vénicia Guinot, Leading Lady Under 40

The Palmares of Vénicia Stelle Guinot in decision-making positions, initiatives, commitments sound like the Who's Who of the new world economy. The global economy of tomorrow.

TROPICS MAGAZINE launches the #MANDELADAYxTROPICS campaign to promote the mission of 67+ African and Caribbean NGOs for Mandela Day 2022

To mark the occasion this year, the award-winning TROPICS MAGAZINE based in South Africa is empowering 67+ African Non Government Organizations (NGOs) or Humanitarian Organizations with brand awareness for “Mandela Day” 2022.

Tech Review: Roomba i3+ — cleaning it up on its own

The iRobot, which has sold more than 30-million Roomba vacuum cleaners worldwide, is now available in South Africa.

Mary Sibande présente son exposition “La ventriloque rouge” au macLYON

Pour son exposition La ventriloque rouge au macLYON, l'artiste sud-africaine Mary Sibande porte le format de la sculpture et de l'installation à une échelle inédite dans son travail. 

Lino Varela (President of Chamber of Commerce Luxembourg – Cape Verde) presents the 6th annual Tropics Business Summit to the Cabo Verde’s President of...

Cape Verde will host from 10 to 15 October 2022 an International Gala in the framework of the event "Tropics Business Summit".

Why Cancer Is Often a Death Sentence in Africa

The number of cancer cases is notably on the rise in sub-Saharan Africa. But medical professionals say there is not enough awareness, facilities, or political will to change the situation.

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