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The expansion of Ghana’s economy by 4.9 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2020 and the detection of 32,756 suspected cases of multiple registrations dominate the headlines of Ghanaian newspapers on Thursday.
Sickle Cell patient Caleb from Ghana
The Rwandan Ministry of Education is considering the recruitment of 7,200 teachers to support the development of a 12 year basic-education especially in remote rural areas as schools are set to reopen in September, an official source confirmed Tuesday to APA in Kigali.
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President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga conclude a joint press conference on March 9, 2018 (file photo). Photo: Jeff Angote/Nation
“The primary responsibility for disaster management in South Africa rests with the government”, this was the sentiment expressed by Minister Des
Dar es Salaam — Students' enrolment in many private schools has declined this year, a survey by The Citizen has established.
This comes hardly a year after the government introduced
Secondary school pupils in Tanzania.
For someone who not only witnessed but was directly involved in this campaign, it is depressing as well as
The news of Makerere University staff strikes or threats to picket over non-payment and or non-increment of staff salary and benefits makes not a "hot news" item
Gulu — Gulu District is facing an acute shortage of drugs meant for treating patients suffering from conjunctivitis also known as red eyes, a situation likely to pose hurdles in
At first sight, he looks reserved but when you engage him, he is conversational and humorous. At Maanyi Sub-county in Mityana District is where I met Tito Sserwadda, 50, who had come
The Association of Resident Doctors, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, LUTH, Idi-Araba, urged stakeholders to prevail on the Nigerian federal government to