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Uganda: 400 Graduate From Kamuli School of Midwifery

Four hundred and two students who graduated from St Joseph School of Nursing and Midwifery have been challenged to reach out to their patients,...

Ethiopia: News – More Than 1.2 Million Students Out of School Due to Ongoing War in Ethiopia: Ministry

Addis Abeba — State Minister of Education Dr. Samuel Kifle said more than 1.2 million students were out of school due to the ongoing...

Tanzania: President Samia Praised On Teen Mothers

DEVELOPMENT partners have hailed President Samia Suluhu Hassan's outstanding leadership she has displayed in a short period of time, including allowing victims of teenage...

Tanzania: TBs Launches Essay Competition for Students

TANZANIA Bureau of Standards (TBS) has launched essay competition for students from the higher learning institutions in the country, as part of the preparations...

Kenya: Four Reasons Why Physically Punishing School Children Doesn’t Work

When I was a child I went to school in South Africa. This was the late 1970s. At school, the teachers would hit us....

Africa: How African Thinkers of the 1980s Fed Into Today’s Inequality Debates

Inequality is an issue that arises everywhere in the world today. Recent studies by economists such as Branko Milanovic and Thomas Piketty have looked at...

Ghana: 11 Ghanaian Scholars Inducted Into GAAS

Eleven renowned Ghanaian scholars were yesterday inducted as fellows of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (GAAS), during the Academy's 2021 Founder's Week...

Kenya: TSC Continues Intimidation of Pressure Group Teachers

A Teachers Service Commission (TSC) official confronted a teacher with his transfer letter at a hospital in Nakuru County, as the commission continued a...

South Africa: Teamwork Is the Key to Success for the IDM

Teamwork is key for Professor Valerie Mizrahi, the director of the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine (IDM) at the University of Cape...

Nigeria: Please, Call Off Strike, FCT Minister Begs Primary Schools Teachers

Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Malam Muhammad Bello has appealed to the FCT wing of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) to...

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