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South Africa and the fourth industrial revolution

Staff Reporter The draft White Paper on Science and Technology envisions a South Africa that will participate in the fourth industrial revolution, the era of...

Stakeholders want teaching of leadership, entrepreneurship as subject in schools

Ujunwa Atueyi With continuous decline in moral values and lack of good virtues among Nigerian youths, stakeholders have called on managers of the country’s educational...

Malawi: Chinese polytechnic to boost technical community colleges in Malawi

Nyasa Times Reporter Shaanxi Polytechnic Institute of China could boost the teaching capacity of community technical colleges in Malawi. This follows an expression of interest for...

Google, Apple and 13 other companies that no longer require employees to have a university degree

Courtney Connley   The economy continues to be a friendly place for job seekers today, and not just for the ultra-educated — economists are predicting ever-improving prospects for...

Meet Kenya’s Fridah Mokaya; University of Connecticut’s first black Female Nuclear Physics PhD graduate

Kylie Kiunguyu Moving from her native Kenya to pursue a masters in Physics, Dr. Fridah Mokaya went on to join the University of Connecticut PhD...

Poverty-stricken communities in Ghana are restoring once-barren land

Albert Oppong-Ansah In the scorching Upper East Region of Ghana, the dry seasons are long and for kilometres around there is nothing but barren, dry...

TVET colleges to be built in 67 rural villages

Aneesa Adams  A group of volunteers from all over the world has come together to do something amazing - build TVET (Technical and Vocational Education...

5 African countries with advanced space programmes

Fredrick Nugi Who said space technology is a preserve of the well-to-do economies like America, Europe and Asia? If this is your line of thought,...

An explainer to the longest full eclipse of the moon this century

Daniel Cunnama On July 27th, 2018 most of the world was treated to an extraordinary evening of activity in the sky. First, there will be...

Zimbabwe on knife edge after deadly post-election violence

Clement Manyathela  Zimbabwe remains on a knife edge on Thursday morning after post-election violence which saw at least three people dead, scores injured and police invoking the Public...
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