Latest News for: Africa student


MultiChoice Talent Factory premieres two films on Africa Magic this weekend

B & FT Online 02 Mar 2024
The two compelling films, which are the final projects of the MTF Class of 2023 students, will exclusively premiere on Africa Magic Showcase (Ch 151) and Africa Magic Urban (Ch 153) in the first two weekends this March.

The price of Africa’s digital dependence on China

Asiatimes 02 Mar 2024
In 2023, only 83% of the population of sub-Saharan Africa was covered by at least a 3G mobile network ... A key partner in Africa in unclogging this bottleneck is China ... of students to Chinese technology.

Enriching school curricula with multi-cultural narratives inspire curiosity to help learners ...

Business Ghana 01 Mar 2024
Due to technological advances and the advent of AI, Sub-Saharan Africa’s education sector is undergoing rapid transformation ... British Council Sub Saharan Africa, Regional Exams Director, Keshav Sreedharan, said.

Cuppy Holds Reception for Her Africa Oxford University Fund

This Day 01 Mar 2024
On this day, Cuppy pledged to support African graduate students who are currently pursuing their degrees at Oxford with a £100,000 gift to the Africa Oxford Institute (AfOx) ... from my continent, Africa.

Jewish teen hackers compete to solve real-world problems in Israel

Cleveland Jewish News 01 Mar 2024
(New York Jewish Week) — Kate Glick and Ellianna Pell, friends and students at The Leffell School, a Jewish day school in Westchester, consider themselves budding engineers ... well usage in Africa.

Emirates NBD joins forces with DIFC Innovation Hub and Hale Education Group to support InnovAIte ...

Emirates 24/7 01 Mar 2024
Emirates NBD, a leading banking group in the MENAT (Middle East, North Africa and Türkiye) region, has announced their support of InnovAIte Hackathon, the first national AI Hackathon run by students for students in the UAE.

Virginia AG condemns UVa students who voted for school to divest from Israel

The Roanoke Times 01 Mar 2024
The referendum was spearheaded by UVa Apartheid Divest, a group that has roots in the student protests against the racist apartheid regime in South Africa and has been revived in recent years in response to other worldwide conflicts.

Senegal's top surfer wants a fighting chance for Olympics

Lincoln Journal Star 01 Mar 2024
Senegal is on the westernmost tip of Africa on the Atlantic Ocean, and surfing is part of daily life for many, with easy access to good waves including in the capital, Dakar ... Africa and Madagascar.

NGO criticises creation of deputy ministry for migration

CyprusMail 01 Mar 2024
Disy MP Rita Theodorou Superman said the reduction had come about “not due to measures taken by the government, but due to measures taken in the north with the reduction of students coming from Africa ...

Keep politics out of science

China Daily 29 Feb 2024
For example, visa approval rate has dropped sharply for students from Pakistan, the Philippines and Nigeria wanting to study in Australia, and in 2023 many African students could not obtain visas to ...

330 students matriculate at University of Environment for 2023/2024 academic year

Business Ghana 29 Feb 2024
... students to pursue various academic programmes ... He told the students that their presence in the University was crucial as the Africa Union Commission had introduced an ambitious high- education plan.

UVa students vote on referendum calling on school to divest from Israel

The Roanoke Times 29 Feb 2024
The referendum has been spearheaded by UVa Apartheid Divest, a group that has roots in the student protests against the racist apartheid regime in South Africa and has been revived in recent years in response to other worldwide conflicts.

Tony Elumelu Foundation’s Case Study Adopted as Part of Harvard’s Curriculum

This Day 29 Feb 2024
 According to a statement yesterday, the case study, first of its kind on any philanthropic organisation in Africa, would be launched today, before a class of graduate students in Boston, ...

Actor Hill Harper says new role as politician is a ‘natural fit’ dating back decades

The Grio 29 Feb 2024
... said his political activism dates back to his days as an undergraduate student at Brown University when he and others protested and advocated for divestment from South Africa over its apartheid laws.

Craig Gauthier: Still fighting for Black Liberation, workers’ power, and socialism

People's World 29 Feb 2024
Craig Gauthier ... In the course of serving in the U.S ... ... ... ... He also saw many other Black people, especially from Africa, in the USSR. During those years, the Soviet government offered scholarships to hundreds of African students to study in Moscow for free.