Zimbabwe: The Battlefield for Revolutionaries Is On the Streets – Artuz

The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe has vowed to continue speaking against poor salaries paid…

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Kenya: Return-to-School Policy Not Benefitting Poor Teen Mothers

Poverty thwarts teen mothers from benefiting from return-to-school policy, a government official said last week. Social…

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Kenya: Scholarship Fund Fosters Education for Girls in Dry North

When Elizabeth Kalas completed her education at Loiyangalani Primary School in Marsabit County in 2017, the…

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South Africa: Aspen to Dispatch 300 000 J&J Vaccines for Teachers

Aspen says it will release 300 000 Johnson & Johnson (J&J) doses earmarked for teachers soon.…

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Ethiopia: Reform Widening Inclusive Institution-Industry Linkages Opportunities – Dbu

DEBRE BERHAN-The ongoing reform activities in the country’s higher institutions and academic centers through policy preparation…

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Nigeria: ‘Influx of People Into Abuja Affects Education Quality, Access’

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Acting Education Secretary, Leremo Abdulrazaq, has said the influx of people…

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Nigeria: 2021 Utme – JAMB Highlights Fate of Candidates With Incomplete Registration

“Additional extension of two weeks was made to compile the list of all prospective candidates who…

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Rwanda: National Exams Kick Off With TVET Practical Papers

National examinations get underway Monday, June 14, with the practical segment for Technical and Vocational Education…

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Malawi: Switched On – Malawian Innovators Get a Helping Hand From Science University

Gabriel Kondesi was 21 years old in 2009 when the police arrested him for running a…

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Algeria: Over 600,000 Pupils to Sit Tuesday for Intermediate Education Examination

Algiers — A total of 641,187 pupils will sit, as of Tuesday, for the intermediate education…

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