EAC Armed Forces Seek to Harmonise College Courses

[New Times] Synchronising courses taught at Command and Staff Colleges of all the East African Community member states will help strengthen defence capabilities of the regional bloc, and eventually lead to a common military doctrine.

[New Times] Synchronising courses taught at Command and Staff Colleges of all the East African Community member states will help strengthen defence capabilities of the regional bloc, and eventually lead to a common military doctrine.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Vision for a Nation – Training Nurses for Sustainable Eye Care Services

[New Times] At least 670 million people around the world are blind or vision impaired simply because they do not have access to an eye examination and a pair of glasses.

[New Times] At least 670 million people around the world are blind or vision impaired simply because they do not have access to an eye examination and a pair of glasses.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Why Schools Should Embrace Kinyarwanda As the Language of Instruction

[New Times] Stanley Baldwin, the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister in 1924, while addressing the congress that same year, emphasised that the preservation of the individuality of the mother tongue is essential to every type of race and if the differences…

[New Times] Stanley Baldwin, the United Kingdom's Prime Minister in 1924, while addressing the congress that same year, emphasised that the preservation of the individuality of the mother tongue is essential to every type of race and if the differences are smoothed out then the great gift is lost out. "Uniformity of languages is a bad thing," he said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

What Students Should Look Out for When Choosing a University

[New Times] Having left high school last year, former Senior Six (S6) students are now preparing to join college this September. However, following the recent decision made by the Ministry of Education to suspend some tertiary institutions and college …

[New Times] Having left high school last year, former Senior Six (S6) students are now preparing to join college this September. However, following the recent decision made by the Ministry of Education to suspend some tertiary institutions and college courses in some cases for 'missing' requirements, a good number of students are wondering how to choose the right institution to enroll in so that they don't fall victim to unqualified service providers.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Zim Achievers Australia Nominations Open

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) International has announced the inaugural edition of the ZAA Australia set for July this year and nominations are currently being called.

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) International has announced the inaugural edition of the ZAA Australia set for July this year and nominations are currently being called.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rwanda, Djibouti Sign Five Bilateral Agreements

[New Times] Rwanda and Djibouti yesterday signed five bilateral agreements during the first day of a two-day state visit by President Paul Kagame and First Lady Jeannette Kagame to Djibouti.

[New Times] Rwanda and Djibouti yesterday signed five bilateral agreements during the first day of a two-day state visit by President Paul Kagame and First Lady Jeannette Kagame to Djibouti.

source: AllAfrica News: Djibouti

Harmonised Regional Policies Are Farmers’ Lifeline

[New Times] Stakeholders in the regional agricultural sector have expressed concerns over the delay by Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) member states to harmonise seed policies, which they say is affecting access to and trade in s…

[New Times] Stakeholders in the regional agricultural sector have expressed concerns over the delay by Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) member states to harmonise seed policies, which they say is affecting access to and trade in seeds and animal breeds in the bloc.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Let Us Take Stern Action to Restore Integrity of Our Examination Systems

[Monitor] A few days to Makerere University’s 67th graduation ceremony in February 2017, the Academic Registrar withdrew 58 names from the list of graduands. This was on grounds that these students conspired with some university staff to be included on…

[Monitor] A few days to Makerere University's 67th graduation ceremony in February 2017, the Academic Registrar withdrew 58 names from the list of graduands. This was on grounds that these students conspired with some university staff to be included on the final list, well aware that they did not satisfy the minimum academic requirements for the different awards.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda