EDUCATION | EDUCATION

08-Oct-2014 to 19:23

Malawi special-needs teachers on strike over recognition

APA-Lilongwe (Malawi) — Malawi special needs teachers have started their sit-in, demanding government to acknowledge their professional certificates.

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08-Oct-2014 to 11:36

Varsity graduates must appreciate S/Africa’s history – Zuma

APA-Cape Town (South Africa) — South African universities must produce graduates who appreciate the country’s history of oppression and division and strive for a society where the negative past is completely shunned, according to President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday.

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06-Oct-2014 to 14:33

Zambian students demand new loan scheme

APA-Lusaka (Zambia) — Students from state-owned institutions of higher learning in Zambia are demanding the introduction of a loan scheme that will enable them finance their studies and pay back the loans when they start work after their studies.

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06-Oct-2014 to 14:04

Italy-based research centre to open branch campus in Rwanda

APA-Kigali (Rwanda) - — The Italy-based International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) founded in 1964 by the late Nobel Laureate Abdus Salam, has announced the opening of its branch campus in Rwanda, to operate as the East African regional base by January 2015, an official source revealed Monday in Kigali.

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05-Oct-2014 to 14:05

Ghana high school teacher wins 2014 national best teacher award

APA-Cape Coast (Ghana) — A rural secondary school teacher in the Upper West Region of Ghana Mr Yahaya Mumuni on Sunday emerged overall winner of the 2014 National Best Teacher Awards held in Cape Coast.

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04-Oct-2014 to 11:16

Ghana colonial capital hosts national best teacher awards

APA-Cape Coast (Ghana) — Preparations are underway in the Ghana’s former capital Cape Coast on Saturday to host the 2013 National Best Teacher Awards on Sunday which coincides with the World Teachers Day commemorations.

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04-Oct-2014 to 11:11

S/Leone launches education on airwaves

APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — As schools remain closed due to the deadly Ebola epidemic, Sierra Leone's Education ministry has introduced a learning by radio and television program which starts on Tuesday, October 7, 2014.

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