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Africa’s largest nation is slowly embracing women in STEM fields

Festus Iyorah Virginia Odor’s plans for a college education weren’t different from those of thousands of other young Nigerian women. She would study theater art,...

Africa: Entrepreneur runs thriving e-learning platform despite failing high school

Siphelele Dludla Even when he failed his school-leaving exam for the third consecutive time in his native Ghana during the early 2000s, Cecil Nutakor remained convinced...

Five sporting activities to keep you busy on holiday

Staff Reporter A lot of people enjoy travelling but find that exploring or laying on the beach is just not enough to keep them busy...

Promoting technical colleges

Nicola Branson Improved education is widely regarded as one of the key dimensions needed to address South Africa’s pervasive legacy of poverty, inequality and youth...

South Africa: Mom of bullied schoolgirl hits back at education department

Carla Coetzee The mother of a six-year-old girl who’d been bullied at a Cape Town school has hit back at the Western Cape education department...

Nigeria: ASUU, NANS warn against hiking tuition fee to N350,000

Muyiwa Adeyemi and Kanayo Umeh  The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has warned the Federal Government against increasing tuition fees in public universities to N350,000...

Zimbabwe: Good month for education

Leroy Dzenga Since the beginning of the month of August, Zimbabwean intellect has been on global display across many platforms. Young men and women were ambassadors...

Black academics empower female students

Naledi Mashishi A group of Black women academics are pooling their efforts to help a new generation of academics find their place at Wits University. The...

The ANC, corruption and a failed education system

Norimitsu Onishi and Selam Gebrekidan The little girl hated going to the bathroom at school. The pit toilets were so dark, dirty and crumbling. Many children were...

Nigeria has 12th highest number of foreign students in U.S., says envoy

Vincent Obia United States Consul General F. John Bray disclosed yesterday in Lagos that Nigeria had the highest number of students from sub-Saharan Africa studying...
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