October 25



October 24

  • Zimbabwe: No Kissing, Sex Here, Please

    Capital FM

    The Zimbabwe students' union on Thursday made war not love over a new code of conduct banning students from kissing on campus at the country's top university. Read more »

  • Gambia: Promoting Education [editorial]

    Daily Observer

    Education is a crucial factor in the socio-economic transformation of any nation. This is because there is no better resource for development than the people for whom development... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Grace PhD Fraud - Interview Sheds Light

    Zimbabwe Independent

    Information showing President Robert Mugabe's wife Grace - who was last month controversially conferred a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) qualification - finished her undergraduate... Read more »

  • Africa: Africa's Rise is Leaving Rural Children Behind [opinion]

    AWDF

    As Ghanaians we are rightly proud of our national achievements; winning early independence, championing pan-Africanism and supporting liberation struggles across the continent,... Read more »

  • Liberia: 80 Teachers Get Ebola Training

    New Dawn

    The Ministry of Education has trained over 80 public and private school teachers from Bain-Garr, Nimba County on Ebola awareness. Addressing reporters in Ganta recently at the... Read more »

  • Liberia: Health, Education Ministers Summoned

    New Dawn

    Members of the House of Representatives have voted overwhelmingly for the appearance of Education Minister Etmonia DavidTarpeh and Health and Social Welfare Social Affairs Minister... Read more »

  • Kenya: Ida Odinga Launches Busia Girl Support Today

    The Star

    Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong's wife Judy addressing pupils of Lunga primary school in Matayos who paid her a courtesy call yesterday. Read more »

  • Kenya: Kapenguria Girl Sits Exam After Birth

    The Star

    A private student in West Pokot has been forced to sit her Kenya Certificate Secondary examination at Kapenguria District Hospital after giving birth. Read more »

  • Rwanda: A Leaf for All From Youngsters' PLE Stories [editorial]

    New Times

    LIFE IS a pot of absurdity holding humans with all sorts of troubles. There are the Alice Mugwanezas and Deo Bizumuremyis. And then also there is you, the better privileged. Read more »

  • Kenya: MCAs Donate Sanitary Pads

    The Star

    Two nominated MCAs, Maureen Ambasa and Gladys Analo, have said there is a need to cater for children with special needs. Read more »

  • Kenya: Kirimari Secondary Dorm Burnt Over Exam

    The Star

    Students in an Embu town school yesterday burnt a dormitory due to fear of exams, the principal said. Read more »

  • East Africa: EAC Govts Told to Invest More in Education Sector

    New Times

    Experts attending the ongoing Academia-Public-Private Sector Forum in Kigali have called for mass private sector investments in education so as to boost innovation on the job... Read more »

  • Uganda: Makerere Calls Meeting Over Mamdani Changes

    Observer

    Authorities at Makerere University have decided to intervene in the conflict between Prof Mahmood Mamdani and research fellow Stella Nyanzi. Read more »

  • Tanzania: School for Visually Impaired Seeks Assistance

    Daily News

    LUGOBA Secondary School in Bagamoyo district, Coast Region has asked authorities to provide special learning gadgets and equipment for students who are visually impaired. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Kagera RC Hails NGOs for Refurbishing Classrooms

    Daily News

    THE Kagera Regional Commissioner (RC), Mr Fabian Massawe, has hailed Pestalozzi Children's Foundation (PCF) of Switzerland and Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) for the timely... Read more »

  • Tanzania: OPHIR Rehabilitates Mtwara School

    Daily News

    OPHIR Energy, an oil and gas exploration firm, operating in the country has rehabilitated Lilungu Primary School in Mtwara at the cost of 600m/- and handed it over to authorities... Read more »

  • Kenya: No Excuse for School Arsons, Campus Mayhem [editorial]

    The Star

    STUDENT protests in Kenya have rarely been as violent and destructive as the disturbances on a number of campuses and secondary schools in recent days and weeks. Read more »

  • Kenya: Teachers Hope for Pay Rise As Talks Resume

    The Star

    TEACHERS return for another round of salary and allowances talks today. Read more »

  • Kenya: Traffic Cop Among Pan Africa Christian University Graduands

    The Star

    A top traffic officer is among Pan Africa Christian University's 350 students graduating on Friday. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Union Dues Tear Osun NUT Apart

    Daily Independent

    Crisis is brewing within Osun State Chapter of Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), as some teachers formed a parallel body over alleged increase in the monthly union deductions. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Don Calls for Statistics Education for Leaders

    Daily Independent

    There cannot be genuine transformation in the country unless statistics is embraced by those drawing the agenda, a statistics expert and University of Ibadan don, Olusanya... Read more »

  • Kenya: Nyamira Academy Athletes Land Scholarships to U.S. University

    The Star

    THREE athletes have landed scholarships with a university in the United States. Read more »

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