Mauritius Police Force to Recruit 340 Temporary Police Constables

[Government of Mauritius] An exercise for the selection/recruitment of around 340 Police Constables and Women Police Constables to serve the Mauritius Police Force is currently underway at the Special Mobile Force Warriors’ Rest, in Vacoas.

[Government of Mauritius] An exercise for the selection/recruitment of around 340 Police Constables and Women Police Constables to serve the Mauritius Police Force is currently underway at the Special Mobile Force Warriors' Rest, in Vacoas.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Philip Ng’etich Retains Post as KTDA Vice Chair

[Nation] Philip Ng’etich was on Tuesday been re-elected to the board of Momul Tea Factory, thus retaining his post as the national vice chair of the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA).

[Nation] Philip Ng'etich was on Tuesday been re-elected to the board of Momul Tea Factory, thus retaining his post as the national vice chair of the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA).

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Millions of Shillings for Bribing God ‘Stolen’

[Monitor] Unspecified sums of money that could have been used for repentance by a Ugandan government official before God on Judgment Day, have disappeared, a source told Daily Monitor yesterday.

[Monitor] Unspecified sums of money that could have been used for repentance by a Ugandan government official before God on Judgment Day, have disappeared, a source told Daily Monitor yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Barrow Vows to Introduce Term Limit to Avoid Misrule

[Foroyaa] President-elect Adama Barrow on Monday, January 09, while addressing a crowd of people from different communities on a courtesy call vowed to ensure that a two term limit of 5 years is introduced for the presidency in order to avoid misrule a…

[Foroyaa] President-elect Adama Barrow on Monday, January 09, while addressing a crowd of people from different communities on a courtesy call vowed to ensure that a two term limit of 5 years is introduced for the presidency in order to avoid misrule as a result of over-staying.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts – Diepsloot’s Maths Success Story

[Daily Maverick] Just over three years ago, Daily Maverick reported on a community centre in Diepsloot where pupils who had been struggling under the major inequality in the country’s education system had been given a helping hand, particularly in math…

[Daily Maverick] Just over three years ago, Daily Maverick reported on a community centre in Diepsloot where pupils who had been struggling under the major inequality in the country's education system had been given a helping hand, particularly in maths. This year, the group participating in the pilot matriculated - with a 100% pass rate. By MARELISE VAN DER MERWE.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Student Loan Board Visits Employers

[Daily News] The Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB) loan repayment task force has started physical verification to employers who failed to deduct or remit money deducted from loan beneficiaries in their organization.

[Daily News] The Higher Education Students' Loans Board (HESLB) loan repayment task force has started physical verification to employers who failed to deduct or remit money deducted from loan beneficiaries in their organization.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania