Closing Than Breaking Ranks

[Ethiopian Herald] Breaking ranks is one of the reasons that made most African countries vulnerable to colonization, the architects of which were pursuing divide and rule.

[Ethiopian Herald] Breaking ranks is one of the reasons that made most African countries vulnerable to colonization, the architects of which were pursuing divide and rule.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Conference Spotlights Quality Gaps in Education

[Ethiopian Herald] Having appreciated higher educational institutes’ roles to the existing socio economic growth of the country, the 7th Annual International Conference spotlighted quality gaps in education to ensure sustainable development.

[Ethiopian Herald] Having appreciated higher educational institutes' roles to the existing socio economic growth of the country, the 7th Annual International Conference spotlighted quality gaps in education to ensure sustainable development.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ministry Urges State Govt, City Administration

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on state governments and city administrations to play active role in the efforts of re-integrating Ethiopians repatriated from Saudi Arabia.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on state governments and city administrations to play active role in the efforts of re-integrating Ethiopians repatriated from Saudi Arabia.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Unicef Wants Newsmen to Avoid Stigmatisation of Children in News Reportage

[Vanguard] The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) has advised journalists to avoid stigmatisation when reporting children based issues. The body also called on Journalists to adhere strictly to the principles of ethical guidelines while reporting on…

[Vanguard] The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) has advised journalists to avoid stigmatisation when reporting children based issues. The body also called on Journalists to adhere strictly to the principles of ethical guidelines while reporting on issues concerning children in order to safeguard and secure their future.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

May Day – Poor Wage, Job Losses Top Workers’ Concerns

[Vanguard] For Nigerian workers, the past one year was a year they will never forget in a hurry. It was a year of massive depreciation of workers’ purchasing power, job losses, unpaid salaries and other benefits and general high cost of living. So, ahe…

[Vanguard] For Nigerian workers, the past one year was a year they will never forget in a hurry. It was a year of massive depreciation of workers' purchasing power, job losses, unpaid salaries and other benefits and general high cost of living. So, ahead of May 1 Workers' Day celebration, otherwise known as May Day, top of workers' worries are poor wage, job losses, unemployment, insecurity.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria