Category Archives: Education

UN: South Sudan Faces Catastrophic Food Shortages

More than 6 million people in South Sudan � or nearly 60 percent of the population � face desperate food shortages, with many on the brink of famine, warns a joint report by three leading …

They Said It: Less-quoted Leaders at UN, in Their Own Words

Lots of leaders saying lots of things about lots of topics � topics that matter to them, to their regions, to the world.

That's what the speechmaking at the U.N. General Assembly invariably produces each …

They Said It: Less-quoted Leaders at UN, in Their Own Words

Lots of leaders saying lots of things about lots of topics � topics that matter to them, to their regions, to the world.

That's what the speechmaking at the U.N. General Assembly invariably produces each …

SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT MOBILISES TO ROOT OUT VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS

PRETORIA, The South African Government will soon meet stakeholders in an effort to curb the violence plaguing schools.

Communities have, in the meantime, been urged to be actively involved in the fight against the scourge. …

SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT MOBILISES TO ROOT OUT VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS

PRETORIA, The South African Government will soon meet stakeholders in an effort to curb the violence plaguing schools.

Communities have, in the meantime, been urged to be actively involved in the fight against the scourge. …

TUNISIA TO HOST 202 GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF KOREA-AFRICA FOOD INITIATIVE

TUNIS-- Tunisia will host the 5th General Assembly of the Korea-Africa Food and Agriculture Co-operation Initiative (KAFACI) in May 2020, the Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries said in a statement here Thursday.

The …

TUNISIA TO HOST 202 GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF KOREA-AFRICA FOOD INITIATIVE

TUNIS-- Tunisia will host the 5th General Assembly of the Korea-Africa Food and Agriculture Co-operation Initiative (KAFACI) in May 2020, the Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries said in a statement here Thursday.

The …

eSwatini, Formerly Swaziland, Heads for First Elections Under New Name

The tiny African nation of eSwatini is officially holding its first set of elections Friday under its new name, which was bestowed by the king in April. Critics say this poll is nothing but a …