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SA Teachers Union Respond To Swaziland School Delay
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Even before the civil war began, education was out of reach for most children and only 35% of students are girls
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An increasing number of Chinese companies are investing in Africa and a big part of operations on the continent is what's known as social responsibility. TianTiang Group in Uganda has now built new classrooms for a run-down school in Kampala.
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An Egyptian schoolgirl has turned into an anti-graft icon in Cairo. Mariam Malak, has become an unlikely symbol of the fight against corruption, after scoring the sum total of zero in her final exams. The 19-year-old, who has been a top student, is allegi
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So you have a lifelong dream of being a pilot? You imagine yourself in the cockpit flying all around the world? Aviation is the dream of many a young person. Well, a South African Flight Training Academy is giving African aspirant pilot this lifetime oppo
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Zimbabwe is stepping up its attempt to turn out more science graduates. The government there is to pay both school and boarding fees for teenagers who sign up to the sciences. Officials say the plan is a vital step towards developing the economy.
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Just days after the South African electricity sector regulator announced a 9.4% increase in electricity prices, a small school near Johannesburg has started using solar power to run its operations. Pilot trials of this system were run in the Eastern Cape
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Located in one of Nigeria's biggest informal settlements, the Makoko Floating School is an innovative new building that can house up to 100 students and teachers. The pyramid-shaped structure is bouyed by over 200 plastic barrels and is able to withstand
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China has been running pilot programmes to teach Mandarin in Tanzanian secondary schools. For six months, pupils have been learning Chinese. We take a look at how they're getting on.
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Education remains a serious challenge for teenage girls across many parts of the developing world - and it's especially true in Tanzania. One American NGO estimates that just 4-percent of girls in the country complete secondary school. And it's determined