01-Oct-2019 to 13:22

Chad’s tradition of tontines thrives among workers

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) — Until now, women in Chad were the ones controlling the tontines, particularly among civil servants and private sector workers who are increasingly using this rotating contribution formula to meet their needs.

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20-Sep-2019 to 20:00

Chadian leader, poll body disagree on electoral calendar

APA-N'Djaména (Chad) — Chadian leader Idriss Deby and the head of the country's Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI), Kodi Mahamat have disagreed on the dates to hold legislative and local elections.

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12-Sep-2019 to 23:40

Chad car crash kills nine

APA-N'Djaména (Chad) — An accident involving a public transport bus in Loumia, a town located 80 kilometres from the Chadian capital N’Djaména, on Thursday killed nine people and injured 20, APA learned.

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11-Sep-2019 to 20:15

Chad extends state of emergency in three provinces

APA-N’Djaména (Chad) — Chad's National Assembly, meeting in a plenary session, adopted by a majority (115 votes) a resolution extending by four months a state of emergency introduced in three provinces on August 19.

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27-Aug-2019 to 21:41

Impediments undermine e-commerce in Chad

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) By Adam Hassane Deyé — E-commerce or e-Trade is making a breakthrough in Chad where, however, this new trading system is hampered by the modest flow of the Internet, the low bankability of Chadians and the lack of proper street identification.

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21-Aug-2019 to 18:36

Chad closes borders with Libya, Sudan, CAR

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) By Adam Hassane Deye — Chad's Defense Minister, Mahamat Abali Sala, on Wednesday, announced the closure of his country’s land borders with Libya, Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) citing security reasons for the move.

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21-Aug-2019 to 16:54

Post audit: 3, 365 Chadian civil servants go unpaid

APA-N’Djaména (Chad) By Adam Hassane Deyé — At least 3,356 Chadian officials from various ministries will not receive their August salaries after a government-sponsored diploma audit to clean up the state payroll system.

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