‘USL Has Never Banned Diploma Courses’

[Concord] Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of Sierra Leone (USL), Professor Ekundayo Thompson, has refuted claims that the institution has banned all diploma courses.

[Concord] Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of Sierra Leone (USL), Professor Ekundayo Thompson, has refuted claims that the institution has banned all diploma courses.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Preserving the Future of Children

[Cameroon Tribune] It is common knowledge today that the future of young Cameroonians in the North West and South West Regions is being gambled with by people who mirror virtual images of brighter days ahead. To attain such goals, they create a spectre…

[Cameroon Tribune] It is common knowledge today that the future of young Cameroonians in the North West and South West Regions is being gambled with by people who mirror virtual images of brighter days ahead. To attain such goals, they create a spectre of fear of the unknown and even encourage cynical operations just to derail pupils and students who barely want to study, develop their intellect and pursue their dreams. In the process to articulate grievances which those who initiated them have long expressed satisfaction wi

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Minister Siyabonga Cwele Welcomes Cell C’s Recapitalisation

[Govt of SA] The Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Dr Siyabonga Cwele welcomes the R5.5 billion private sector investment into Cell C. This investment is significant because it saves Cell C and prevent the monopolisation of the telecom…

[Govt of SA] The Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Dr Siyabonga Cwele welcomes the R5.5 billion private sector investment into Cell C. This investment is significant because it saves Cell C and prevent the monopolisation of the telecommunications industry.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Witness’s Testimony on Apartheid Activist’s Death Contradicts Security Cop

[News24Wire] The North Gauteng High Court heard on Thursday from a second witness in the Ahmed Timol inquest that the alleged time of death of the anti-apartheid activist was in the morning, and not in the afternoon, as has been maintained by a former …

[News24Wire] The North Gauteng High Court heard on Thursday from a second witness in the Ahmed Timol inquest that the alleged time of death of the anti-apartheid activist was in the morning, and not in the afternoon, as has been maintained by a former security branch policeman.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa