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100 minutes of Coding for Mandela

Emmanuel Tjiya A crop of Mzansi A-listers yesterday paid a visit to Diepsloot, north of Johannesburg, with a random act of kindness, proving in Mandela...

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...

HUB approach could pay dividends for TSA

Mosibodi Whitehead Kevin Anderson’s run to the semi-finals at Wimbledon after a thrilling victory over Roger Federer this week has got the nation excited about...

Education and technology will benefit youth for generations to come, says Naledi Pandor

Graig-Lee  Smith Preparing young people for the fourth industrial revolution is one of the main themes at the sixth Brics Education Ministers Meeting. This year’s meeting...

Nigeria: Unicef enrols 15,303 girls in three northern states

Kuni Tyessi The United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) has enrolled about 15, 303 girls in selected schools through the Girls for Girls (G4G) initiative in...

BRICS education ministers sign deal to tackle challenges

Francesca Villette  BRICS Ministers of Education yesterday signed a declaration to address 21st century challenges and opportunities regarding the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Hosted by the Department...

Ethiopia: Conflict disrupts school for tens of thousands

Sora Halake Conflict in Ethiopia's vast Oromia region has disrupted formal education for tens of thousands of youngsters, authorities there say. Violent attacks on mostly ethnic...

Protesting teachers detained in Sudan’s El Gezira

Staff Reporter Teachers in Wad Madani, capital of El Gezira in east-central Sudan, carried out a sit-in on Sunday, in protest against the government’s decision...

Zimbabwe: Minister slams Dokora’s new curriculum for producing “hopeless” graduates

Staff Reporter Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Professor Paul Mavima has admitted the country's education system was deteriorating after it has, in the recent past,...

Nigeria: OAU sacks sex-for-marks professor

Joshua Dada The authorities of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife has dismissed Professor Richard I. Akindele of the Department of Accounting, Faculty of Administration from...
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