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A group of unemployed graduates in Senegal is calling on the government of President Abdoulaye Wade to address the unemployment situation in the country.
Liberia’s international football icon turned politician George Weah, who recently got a college degree from a US university, returned home Friday to a tumultuous welcome from thousands of his opposition party supporters in the capital, Monrovia.
Weah arrives two weeks after the National Elections Commission (NEC) declared campaigning for this year's presidential and general election officially opened.
Stakeholders in Ghana have called for revamping the country’s school feeding program and changing its focus.
The call was made at a meeting of stakeholders to present a report on recommendations and findings regarding the program.
More and more, the “global village” expression is fast becoming a reality.Today, global trade and other economic and business activities are so interlinked that what happens in one sector tends to affect the others, either directly or indirectly.
Classes have resumed at the Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone after the Academic Staff Association on Monday suspended its strike action.
As national school examinations begin in Guinea, education authorities have launched a "zero tolerance" against exams malpractices.
The commander of the gendarmerie in Kerouanè, a district located about 800km outside the capital Conakry, has been killed during a protest Monday by high school students.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has described as “unacceptable” the falling standards in the quality of graduates coming out every year from schools at various levels in the country, vowing to address the problem.
For the first time in Ghana’s history, health professionals will now be doing their national service after their educational training.
Moves are underway to empower women and girls from slum communities in the Sierra Leonean capital, Freetown.