EDUCATION | EDUCATION

23-Jan-2019 to 13:51

Botswana to export teachers to Seychelles, Mozambique

APA-Gaborone (Botswana) — Botswana revealed on Wednesday that it is recruiting at least 21 teachers to work in Seychelles while another five will be exported to Mozambique.

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22-Jan-2019 to 12:07

Mozambique closes 12 higher education institutions

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — Mozambique's Ministry of Science and Technology, Higher Education and Professional Technician (MCTESTP) has ordered the closure of 12 higher education institutions in the country for operating without a license.

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21-Jan-2019 to 17:29

We want zero tolerance of racism in schools - Ramaphosa

APA-Boksburg (South Africa) — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday called for zero tolerance of racism, sexism, bullying, violence and other forms of antisocial behaviour at the country’s schools.

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15-Jan-2019 to 09:03

African, traditional rulers, religious heads at Keeping Girls in School Summit

APA-Dakar (Senegal) — The Sultan of Sokoto (Nigeria), His Eminence Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III, together with The Kabaka of Bugundu (Uganda), His Highness Ronald Edward Frederick Kimera Muwenda Mutebi II, Tuesday chaired the ‘Keeping Girls in School Summit’; a convening of African leaders, traditional rulers, religious heads, youth groups, advocates and thought leaders, in Abuja, Nigeria.

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14-Jan-2019 to 18:10

eSwatini rolls out competency based Grade 1 curriculum

APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — As schools reopen on Tuesday, first year pupils in eSwatini will be introduced to a completely new curriculum.

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09-Jan-2019 to 14:50

Guinea-Bissau: Teachers’ strike ends

APA-Bissau (Guinea-Bissau) by Nouah Mancaly — The four-month strike of teachers in Guinea-Bissau ended on Wednesday, following an agreement signed the same day in Bissau with the Minister of National Education, Camilo Simoes Pereira.

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07-Jan-2019 to 17:20

Mauritania: Striking private schools decry 'high' taxes

APA-Nouakchott (Mauritania) By Mohamed Moctar — Privately-owned schools in Mauritania began a strike on Monday to protest what they called high taxes levied on them by the Economy and Finance ministry, APA can reports in the first day of the resumption of the second semester year.

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