U.Z. Students Condemn Kissing Ban

University of Zimbabwe students have urged authorities to prioritise accommodation and corruption issues at the institution rather than devote time to imposing a kiss ban at the institution of higher learning. more»

Worried Legislators Want Schools Reopened, Education, Health Ministers Summoned

Legislators in the House of Representatives are concerned about the future of Liberian children as the closure of schools in the country continues due to the deadly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). more»

The Risks of Nigerian English

Have you ever sent an email to someone or some people in the United States, Canada, Britain or some other English-speaking Western country and didn't get a response? more»

A Tribute to Prof Mazrui, Renowned Controversial Scholar of Our Times

THE death of a renowned veteran scholar Prof Ali Mazrui at Binghamton, New York on 12th October 2014 has robbed East Africans and the world at large one of the continental's leading intellectuals. more»

School in Time of Ebola - Liberian Kids Teach Themselves

The deadly Ebola virus continues to tear its way through the heart of Liberia. The level to which the disease has been killing Liberians and its mode of transmission led the Liberian government to put a lid on the country's education sector, leaving Children trapped in their homes and not making it to school in September. more»

Malawian Student Short-Listed Among World's Top 15 Young Innovative Scientists

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A student at the University of Malawi's Chancellor College, Mixon Faluweki, stands a chance of being crowned best young innovative scientist in the world.(File photo) more»

Boko Haram Says All Kidnapped Chibok School Girls Alive

The Director General of National Orientation Agency (NOA) and Coordinator, National Information Centre (NIC), Mr. Mike Omeri has announced the assurance by Boko Haram that the kidnapped Chibok school girls and all other people in their captivity are alive and well. more»

E-learning Conference Returns to Ethiopia

In what is said to be the largest ICT conference on African soil, Ethiopia will host this year’s eLearning Africa, which is also the tenth anniversary edition of it being held under the patronage of the Ethiopian government. more»

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