In this article, we have compiled an extract of the events that took place in Togo until February 4 (the time of writing this post). These odd jobs that pay off in Lomé Many Togolese are looking for odd jobs to help them earn a living. Some have set up car wash stations by renting a plot of land or by moving to the public highway. With a low initial investment, they can hope to earn up to 70.000 Fcfa per day. Source More generous bandwidth at the end of the year Abdellah Tabhiret, the director of Moov Africa Togo, announced Thursday at the microphone of a private radio, the launch of a new submarine cable from Casablanca which will serve Togo with improved bandwidth. The landing point should be effective at the end of 2021. Source Hackers have a head start, CERT hopes to catch up Togo launched the National Computer Attack Alert and Response Center (CERT) on Wednesday. This structure is managed by 'Cyber Defense Africa SAS' (CDA). The country, like the rest of the planet, is faced with computer attacks. 'The CERT's mission will be to identify, analyze and deal with cyber threats to the State, citizens, businesses and organisations,' the statement said. As a service provider, CERT will also be able to provide information system security assistance, including security audits and cybersecurity analyzes to local businesses. Source Read also | Docker: A cybercriminal executes an illicit image directly in the host Massive distribution of fertilizers in Togo More than 80.000 tons of fertilizers are now available in warehouses in the main regions of the country. The network of distribution points is wider. Farmers will have to travel a maximum distance of 5 km to obtain inputs. The aim is to boost yields and increase farmers' income while ensuring food security. This sector represents 40% of the GDP. Source Read also | Garden - Inspirational ideas to help you design it - Attention!! some are crazy! A helping hand for young people The Ecobank group is committed to supporting the actions carried out by the Ministry of Grassroots Development, Youth and Youth Employment. The partnership agreement plans to relax the conditions for obtaining loans. In addition, the bank will offer young people coaching sessions via its Academy. Source Evolution of the security system In March 2020, at the very beginning of the epidemic, the public authorities had set up a mixed force (police\/gendarmerie) responsible for enforcing the curfew and sanitary measures (wearing a mask, distancing, etc.) . This special anti-covid19 force (FOSAP) is now replaced by a 'Joint anti-covid19 monitoring group. The security and defense forces have a sovereign mission whose role is not to manage a pandemic, officials explain. Source Management of burials In the Golfe prefecture (Lomé), burials can only take place in the presence of close family. Funeral wakes are prohibited and condolences at the home of the deceased are prohibited. These measures are intended to curb the spread of the Coronavirus. Source Capitale Fleurie Horticulturists are invading the capital. On the roadside, you can buy flowers or plants for the garden. Odd jobs that become profitable businesses for their promoters. The public is at the rendezvous. Buy a bouquet before a lunch invitation or plants if you have gardening inspirations. It is in any case very practical. Source Lack of training and lack of license More than half of the accidents that occurred in 2020 involved motorcycles (59,40%) and mainly zémidjans. According to the union of motorcycle taxi drivers, these claims are linked to a lack of training. 'We noted a carelessness in the recruitment of the companies that employ the drivers, the quality of the training is sorely lacking, which explains the number of accidents,' explains François Komlanvi Agbo, one of the managers of the USYNCTAT. Source Read also | Unusual: A crocodile wandered in Lomé - the restaurant closest to the area reacts.