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Sunuker Fm presents ” A Message To The Grass Roots, Time To Wake Up” by Amir Abdul-Jalil – Episode 1

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Share the post “Akon Reveals How He Rose From A Convict To Building An Empire At The Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2015” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Businessman, Record producer and ‘Convict’ hit singer 42 year old Aliaune ‘Akon’ Thiam revealed how he rose from a convict to building an empire in the United State as an African immigrant while addressing participants […]

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Share the post “Knife’s edge: How dangerous are South Africa’s schools?” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail On Thursday, another young man was found guilty of murder following a gang-related shooting in a Cape Town school. South Africa’s school shootings don’t attract the same press their international cousins do, so we don’t have the same understanding of the problem. Just […]

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Share the post “Top 100 Universities in Africa in 2013” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail The rankings of Africa’s top higher education institutions is provided by the 4 International Colleges & Universities (4icu). 4icu  is an international higher education search engine and directory reviewing accredited Universities and Colleges in the world. 4icu.org includes 11,160 Colleges and Universities, ranked by web […]

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Share the post “Ranking of African Countries By Literacy Rate: Zimbabwe No. 1” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Below is the ranking of African countries by the literacy rate. This entry includes a definition of literacy and Census Bureau percentages for the total population, males, and females. There are no universal definitions and standards of literacy. Unless otherwise specified, all rates are based on […]

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Share the post “Africa: Survey Suggests Moocs Are Failing to Educate the Poor” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Massive open online courses (MOOCs) may not be reaching the poor, but instead be catering to the rich and well-educated in developing nations, research shows. A global survey of almost 35,000 MOOC students engaged in courses of the online education service […]

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Share the post “Uganda: Govt Asks Teachers to Return to Class” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Kampala — Education ministers have asked teachers to return to class as the teachers’ union insists on a sit-down strike today. Education minister Jessica Alupo said it is unfair for the teachers to stay out of class since negotiations for the pay rise […]

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Share the post “Nigeria: FG Offers ASUU N220 Billion Over Five Years to End Strike” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has begun consultations with its members on whether or not to accept the new offer of a yearly payment of N220 billion over the next five years made by the federal government, […]

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Share the post “Why is Liberia’s Education System ‘Failing’?” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Liberia was left stunned by the fact that more than 24,000 students failed their university entrance exam – but who is to blame for the downward trend of the education system? The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Information has declared the provision of […]

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Share the post “South Africa: Can You Create a National Anthem From a Mashup? Here’s Why South Africa Did It” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail For a year, I’ve been covering a remarkable public school in a poor township of Cape Town in South Africa. And every Monday morning, when students at the Centre of Science and Technology (COSAT) […]

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