Richard Bruckdorfer obituary

My friend and colleague Richard Bruckdorfer, who has died aged 78 of a brain tumour, was emeritus professor of biochemistry at University College London and an internationally recognised expert in…

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Zambia: Chinsali Teen Pregnancies, Tip of Iceberg

SO about 54 school-going girls in Chinsali district fell pregnant last year during the period of…

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Morocco: Morocco Begins Association Process Within New EU Program ‘Horizon Europe’

Rabat — Morocco has started its association process within the European Union’s program “Horizon Europe”, under…

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South Africa: Dr Lwazi Lushaba’s Hitler Comments Are Morally Egregious – but I Hope UCT Doesn’t Fire Him

Universities should rigorously protect free speech for academics and students, and the right to cause offence…

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South Africa: MEC Debbie Schäfer On Progress of School Placement for Learners At Western Cape

I am pleased to report that we have found school places for all the learners that…

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Liberia: Liberian Students in Stranded in Sudan – Say They Risk Dropping Out of School

Monrovia — When Shem A. Z. Donzo landed a foreign postgraduate scholarship from the Liberian government…

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University campuses in England ‘will not reopen until mid-May’

University campuses in England will not reopen until mid-May, ministers are expected to confirm, depriving up to a million students of more face-to-face tuition after a year of disruption due…

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South Africa: The Supposedly Liberal DA’s Stance On the Stellenbosch University Afrikaans Language Policy Is Perplexing

Does the DA really think that it will gain traction in any other cultural groupings in…

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Tanzania: Cag Report Faults Heslb Deduction

THE Controller and Auditor General (CAG) has found out that the deductions carried out by Higher…

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Ghana: Common Core Values of Discipline and Character Development. … ..can These Be Taught in Our Schools?

In many parts of the world, including Ghana, there is a growing demand for the formal…

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