WAEC Result 2017 – 214,952 Students Cheated

[Vanguard] Waec Result 2017: Some 214,952 candidates cheated in the May-June West African Senior School Certificate Examination(WASSCE) and their results have been seized by the authorities.

[Vanguard] Waec Result 2017: Some 214,952 candidates cheated in the May-June West African Senior School Certificate Examination(WASSCE) and their results have been seized by the authorities.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

N14 Trillion Lost Annually to Smuggling, Other Security Leakages – NASS

[Leadership] Abuja -The two chambers of the National Assembly, hinted yesterday that the nation was losing about N14 trillion naira to smuggling and other security leakages.

[Leadership] Abuja -The two chambers of the National Assembly, hinted yesterday that the nation was losing about N14 trillion naira to smuggling and other security leakages.

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Possible National Health Lab Strike Looming

[News24Wire] The DA on Monday said preparations needed to be made at Gauteng state hospitals and clinics for a looming strike at the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS).

[News24Wire] The DA on Monday said preparations needed to be made at Gauteng state hospitals and clinics for a looming strike at the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS).

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Abuja Land Dispute – Court Orders Demolition of N2.5 Billion Property

[Leadership] Abuja -An Abuja High Court has ordered a developer, White Diamond Property Development Company, to remove 7 units of five-bedroom duplex worth N350 million each from a piece of land in Abuja.

[Leadership] Abuja -An Abuja High Court has ordered a developer, White Diamond Property Development Company, to remove 7 units of five-bedroom duplex worth N350 million each from a piece of land in Abuja.

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Issues As Nigeria Prepares for First Sovereign Green Bonds

[Leadership] As Nigeria prepares to issue the first Sovereign Green Bonds by this third quarter, CHIKA OKEKE examines several inter-agency collaboration, benefits of the bonds and how it would green Nigerian economy.

[Leadership] As Nigeria prepares to issue the first Sovereign Green Bonds by this third quarter, CHIKA OKEKE examines several inter-agency collaboration, benefits of the bonds and how it would green Nigerian economy.

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Apapa Gridlock – NUPENG Wants Alternative Loading Depots for Tankers

[Vanguard] The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers yesterday appealed to the NNPC to provide alternative loading depots for petroleum tankers to check the recurring gridlock in Apapa area of Lagos State.

[Vanguard] The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers yesterday appealed to the NNPC to provide alternative loading depots for petroleum tankers to check the recurring gridlock in Apapa area of Lagos State.

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South Africa Complete Amazing Comeback but Where for Art the Centuries?

[Daily Maverick] South Africa completed an impressive turnaround after their embarrassing loss at Lord’s. Still absent, though, is a mammoth hundred from South Africa’s senior players. Despite a few of them getting a good start, no one has been able to…

[Daily Maverick] South Africa completed an impressive turnaround after their embarrassing loss at Lord's. Still absent, though, is a mammoth hundred from South Africa's senior players. Despite a few of them getting a good start, no one has been able to convert on this tour. BY ANTOINETTE MULLER.

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The First IsiXhosa PhD – Dr Hleze Kunju and the Art of Language

[The Journalist] Dr Hleze Kunju wrote his four-year-long PhD thesis in isiXhosa, about Xhosa people who settled in Mbembesi, an area outside of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He graduated with his PhD in April 2017 and is a lecturer at Sol Plaatjie University. Ha…

[The Journalist] Dr Hleze Kunju wrote his four-year-long PhD thesis in isiXhosa, about Xhosa people who settled in Mbembesi, an area outside of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He graduated with his PhD in April 2017 and is a lecturer at Sol Plaatjie University. Hailing from rural Mqanduli in the Eastern Cape, Dr Kunju says his love affair with the language began at a young age.

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