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18 Nov
David Adje has not seen his three younger brothers, all serving time in a Lome prison, since the Togolese government banned all jail visits 18 months ago to protect inmates from contracting Covid-19.
4 Nov
Four finals of the men and women’s singles, men and women’s doubles will be decided at the Molade Okoya-Thomas Hall of Teslim Balogun Stadium
8 Oct
President of the National Council of Managing Directors of Licensed Customs Agents (NCMDLCA), Lucky Amiwero, has called for a complete overhaul and review of policies that pose barriers to trade.
10 Sep
Togo's government has ordered all places of worship to shut down for one month starting on Friday, following a "worrying upsurge" in coronavirus cases in recent weeks.
2 Sep
Sadio Mane scored as Senegal won and his Liverpool teammate Naby Keita created a goal as Guinea drew when 2022 World Cup group qualifying in Africa finally kicked off on Wednesday
6 Jul
Nine pirates who attempted to hijack a ship in Togolese waters in May 2019 have been sentenced to prison terms ranging from 12 to 20 years during a trial at a Lome court. It was the first time pirates have been tried in Togo, one of the West African countries with coastline on the Gulf…
24 Jun
Togo has inaugurated the largest solar plant in West Africa, in a push to increase access to electricity and develop renewables in the small coastal country.
17 Jun
When the global pandemic forced Togo's government to close its land borders, taxi driver Kossigan lost his lucrative business ferrying people across the frontier.
19 May
Over 300 athletes from different African countries are expected to participate in the inaugural AFN/MoC Invitational, which holds on Saturday, May 22, at the Yaba College of Technology
13 May
The Lagos State Government has placed the United States, Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Togo, South Africa, Canada, France, Germany, Uganda, the Netherland, Cameroun, Angola and Rwanda on its watch list...
6 Feb
Togo's media watchdog has suspended a pro-opposition newspaper for four months for allegedly defaming a government minister.
21 Jan
Golden Eagles coach, Fatai Amoo, has revealed that the team could not meet the expectations of many Nigerians at the just concluded WAFU B championship in Lome, Togo due to anxiety and lack of exposure.

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