[allAfrica] What the Namibian Health Minister, Dr Bernard Haufiku, said about fighting HIV/Aids in his country:
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The World Bank said yesterday that it had agreed with the government on a new framework that would see girls who become pregnant while in school continue with their education.
[New Times] Esther Ishimwe is doing last minute revision at lunchtime on Monday before she sits for Social Studies, the second exam for Primary Leaving Examinations (PLEs) which started Monday morning.
[The Herald] Former Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development deputy minister Godfrey Gandawa was today issued with an arrest warrant after he failed to turn up for his corruption trial relating to the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef).
[allAfrica] The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has released 2018′s Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG). It is the foundation’s 12th annual edition since it was launched in 2007.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Half of the Tanzanian youth believe curricula are not in line with changes in socioeconomic trends to support the industrialisation drive, a new study show.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa yesterday said his Government was aware and gravely concerned by the manipulation of the economy by a group of people and businesses aimed at destabilising the market by creating artificial shortages and a black market economy.
[The Herald] Hardlife had indeed a hard life at a very tender age. He had to wrestle a crocodile that devoured his leg while he was attempting to cross a river on his way to school.
[Nation] Jomo Kenyatta Foundation is recalling its Grade Two English textbook following criticism over questionable content, as pressure mounts on the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) to enhance its vetting.
[This Day] Abuja -No fewer than 20 other political parties apart from All Progressive Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at the weekend elected their presidential candidates ahead of the February, 2019 general elections.