Intl Cooperation Minister Praises Arab Countries’ Cooperation On Migration Issues

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of International Cooperation Osman Ahmed Fadl Wash has praised cooperation of Arab countries and the world with Sudan on migration issues and exchange of experiences.

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of International Cooperation Osman Ahmed Fadl Wash has praised cooperation of Arab countries and the world with Sudan on migration issues and exchange of experiences.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Council of African Political Parties Continues Efforts to Convince Govts to Withdraw From ICC

[SNA] Khartoum -The Council of African Political Parties has affirmed its keenness to go ahead convincing all the national governments, via their political parties, to complete the mass withdrawal from the so-called International Criminal Court (ICC).

[SNA] Khartoum -The Council of African Political Parties has affirmed its keenness to go ahead convincing all the national governments, via their political parties, to complete the mass withdrawal from the so-called International Criminal Court (ICC).

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Investment Minister Briefed On Al-Faisaliah Saudi Group’s Investment Projects in Sudan

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Investment Mudathir Abdul-Ghani Abdul-Rahman was briefed, during a meeting at his office Sunday with the Al-Faisaliah Saudi Investment Group’s Delegation, on the plans and projects of the group in Sudan in the fields of …

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Investment Mudathir Abdul-Ghani Abdul-Rahman was briefed, during a meeting at his office Sunday with the Al-Faisaliah Saudi Investment Group's Delegation, on the plans and projects of the group in Sudan in the fields of agricultural and livestock production, establishment of dairy factory in the Northern State.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Grandma Under Siege By Garbage

[GroundUp] Joyce Jakavula is an 80-year-old pensioner who lives alone. For ten years, she says, she has had to endure an unbearable smell from an illegal dump close to her house in NU7 Motherwell, Port Elizabeth. After GroundUp made inquiries the rubbi…

[GroundUp] Joyce Jakavula is an 80-year-old pensioner who lives alone. For ten years, she says, she has had to endure an unbearable smell from an illegal dump close to her house in NU7 Motherwell, Port Elizabeth. After GroundUp made inquiries the rubbish was removed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘We Are Packed Like Sardines’ – Protesters At Gugulethu School

[GroundUp] On Friday, teachers, parents and schoolchildren disrupted schooling at Mseki Primary in Gugulethu. The protesters say classrooms are overcrowded and that some teachers have not been paid this year.

[GroundUp] On Friday, teachers, parents and schoolchildren disrupted schooling at Mseki Primary in Gugulethu. The protesters say classrooms are overcrowded and that some teachers have not been paid this year.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

UNICEF – Eritrea Playing Exemplarily Role in Combating FGM

[Shabait] Asmara -Eritrea is playing an exemplary role in eradicating FGM and that harmful practices will no more exist in the country in the near future, according to Ms. Rania Zakie, Representative of the UNICEF in Eritrea.

[Shabait] Asmara -Eritrea is playing an exemplary role in eradicating FGM and that harmful practices will no more exist in the country in the near future, according to Ms. Rania Zakie, Representative of the UNICEF in Eritrea.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Eritrean Cyclist Mekseb Debesai Stands First At Tour De Langkawi

[Shabait] Asmara -Eritrean cyclist and member of Dimension Data Club Mekseb Debesai stands first in the fourth stage of Tour de Langkawi that took place on 18 February in Malaysia.

[Shabait] Asmara -Eritrean cyclist and member of Dimension Data Club Mekseb Debesai stands first in the fourth stage of Tour de Langkawi that took place on 18 February in Malaysia.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Smart Tech Can Make Fees Fall

[Daily Maverick] It’s time for universities across the country to brace themselves for the third consecutive year of #FeesMustFall protests. Along with this comes the inevitable debate on whether free tertiary education is possible in South Africa. It’…

[Daily Maverick] It's time for universities across the country to brace themselves for the third consecutive year of #FeesMustFall protests. Along with this comes the inevitable debate on whether free tertiary education is possible in South Africa. It's a moot debate, at least until we rethink the way education is provided, do away with outdated bricks-and-mortar style classrooms and lecture halls and fully embrace teaching through technology. By MAGDA WIERZYCKA.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa