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Exam and Discipline; No Copying, Please!

                      By Vic Odarve

Without warning, a teacher slapped the student’s face twice after being caught twisting his head to copy another student’s script during the final exam of the course. 411 more words


We take care of the need for Bread and water for Africa

We take care of the need for Bread and water for Africa. As a charity organization we offer education and vocational training in Africa. In Africa as much as 60 percent of the labor force is employed in agriculture, but agriculture only accounts for 25 percent of the continent’s GDP, according to the African Economic Outlook Report 2013. 234 more words

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Osun may stop free feeding of schoolchildren

The Osun State Government is considering a review of its policy of free feeding of primary school pupils in the state.
Investigation by our correspondent revealed on Thursday that Governor Rauf Aregbesola had set up a committee to work out how to implement the review of this policy. 9 more words


(Week 13): Empowering Women

In this TEDx talk, Halima Hima challenges the way we think about empowering girls and women in rural communities. Hima was selected in 2011 as one of “Africa’s 25 top emerging women leaders under 25 for their commitment to service”. 792 more words

Megan Kelly

What is intelligence for an African?

What is intelligence for an African?

The 21st century African evaluates what it means to be an intelligent African. Intelligence is certainly a subjective concept and many have accepted that to be true. 485 more words


Education Is Important: How Africa Is Making Progress In Offering Quality Education

Recently African leaders met at the Sub-Saharan African Education Conference in Kigali to talk about their combined vision regarding education for 2015 and beyond. The conference was planned by… 586 more words