Good day friends! This week on our Africa Edu News page, we featured several news stories from different parts of the continent as well as opinion articles and we think you might like some of them as did! You can click on any of the highlighted storied below catch up some of them below.
From South Africa, we here that current Rhodes University Vice-Chancellor, Dr Saleem Badat as the first Program Director has been appointed the Program Director for International Higher Education and Strategic Projects for Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Also in South Africa, Huawei Officially Announced Launch of its Store in South Africa.
Nigeria’s Lagos state governor, Babatunde Raji Fashola announced that Lagos would begin to remunerate teachers based on performance. Still in Nigeria, Principal, Paignton Community and Sports Academy, Paignton, Mrs Jane English led her team to visit and patner with Government Technical College, Ikeja
We were also excited to hear that Akilah Institute for Women in Kigali, Rwanda, received $22,000 from Rotary Club International to boost their activities.
From Dafur, Sudan, we hear that police are doing a wonderful job of teaching displaced women in the absence of teachers
If you are a scholar and wonder how you can make contribution to society, here is a challenge for you. Our Op-ed articles take a look at how to become a visionary scholar. If you wonder if you can do it, yes, we believe the genius in you!
On a final note, we found this story about “designer babies” interesting. You like it? Leave your comments below
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From all of us at Scholars Hub Africa, have a fruitful week ahead!