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South Africa: CPUT Closed After Night of Violence Which Saw Vehicles Torched, Four Protesters Arrested

[News24Wire] The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) closed on Friday after food trucks were torched on the Bellville campus and four people were arrested in the latest wave of violence that has hit university campuses across South Africa. (AllAfrica)

Liberia: Private School Proprietors Want Teaching of Christian Education

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -An institution with a focus to promote the teaching of Christian and Godly Education in all primary and secondary Private Christian Schools is been launched under the banner "Proprietors for Christian Transformation and Quality Education (PCTQE). (AllAfrica)

South Africa: KZN Tvet Students Arrested for Protesting Released On Bail

[GroundUp] Five TVET College students from the Northdale campus in Pietermaritzburg arrested during a student protest last Wednesday have been released on bail of R300 each. (AllAfrica)

Zimbabwe: State-of-the-Art Laboratory for Guruve School

[The Herald] Chifamba High School expects an improvement in science subjects after Guruve Rural District Council used devolution funds to build a state-of-the-art laboratory at the school. (AllAfrica)

Nigeria: Kano Govt 'Repatriates 1,500 Almajiris to Neighbouring States, Countries'

[Premium Times] The Kano State Government on Friday said it has arrested and repatriated over 1,500 Almajiris back to their states and countries of origin, following a ban on street begging in the state. (AllAfrica)

South Africa: School Suffers Teacher Shortage After 100 Percent Matric Pass Rate

[GroundUp] Enrolment numbers have doubled at Coselelani High School and teachers can't cope (AllAfrica)

Nigeria: Lincoln University Loses Two Nigerian Professors, Iz Osayimwese and Levi Nwachuku

[Premium Times] Two retired professors of Lincoln University of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Iz Osayimwese of the university's Business & Economics department and Levi Akalazu Nwachuku of the History department died after some illness on February 22 and 28 respectively. (AllAfrica)

Namibia: Rundu Primary School to Receive New Toilets

[Namibian] RUNDU Junior Primary School, which faced possible closure by the Ministry of Health and Social Services, due to health concerns will now receive 44 toilets. (AllAfrica)

Zimbabwe: Rejected Fees Hikes - Schools Cringe

[The Herald] Most public schools that applied for levy and fees increases for the first term of this year have now received feedback from the relevant office in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. (AllAfrica)

Sudan: Minister of Defense Heads Meeting of Karari University's Board of Directors

[SNA] Khartoum -The Board of Directors of Karari University held meeting on Thursday at General Command Tower under chairmanship of Minister of Defense and Chairman of the University Board of Directors Lt. Gen. Jamal Eddim Omar Mohamed Ibrahim in the presence of members of the board. (AllAfrica)

Gambia: Blue House Wins Nigerian International School Inter-House Competition

[The Point] Blue embassy house has emerged champions of Nigerian International school inter-house athletics competition held at the FIFA Goal Project in Yundum. (AllAfrica)

Sudan: Tawer Pledges to Address Challenges Facing Universities in N. Kordofan

[SNA] Obied -Member of the Soveriegn Council Prof. Siddiq Tawer has underscored concern of structures of the tanstioanl period with education , disclosing that superiority of countries is built via education. (AllAfrica)

Liberia: Educating Citizens - Preparing Liberians for Lives of Moral and Civic Responsibility

[FrontPageAfrica] Among the many challenges that our nation is experiencing is utilizing meaningful strategies to provide quality education to our citizens. In my purview, educating our citizens has always been inspired by an old and honorable tradition of our country's educational and political thought. Educating citizens exemplifies the advancement of teaching's commitment to a vision of education that integrates intellectual with moral virtues and connects the values of civil to the classic academic core mission of learn (AllAfrica)

South Africa: Nal'ibali and Clowns Without Borders Connect Children to Libraries Through Laughter

[Nal'ibali] Children learn best when they are happy. This is why Nal'ibali, South Africa's reading-for-enjoyment-campaign, and Clowns Without Borders South Africa (CWBSA) have partnered for the second year in a row to tour their libraries roadshow aimed at building literacy bridges between schools and libraries. (AllAfrica)

Ghana: In the Walls of Ghana's Inclusive Education System - Shattered Dreams of the Visually Impaired

[Ghanaian Times] "Although you shall see from a distance the land that I am giving the Israelites, you shall not enter it," this was the punishment from God to Moses for failing to obey a simple instruction to speak to a rock to produce water for the Israelites. (AllAfrica)

Malawi: UTM Students Command Takes Manifesto to the People

[Nyasa Times] UTM Student Command has launched a mobilisation campaign that will see the students taking the party's manifesto to the streets across the country. (AllAfrica)

Kenya: Over 190 Visually Impaired Pupils to Access Education Using Latest Technology

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Nearly 200 grade three visually impaired pupils will be able to pursue education using digital technology such as bluetooth in 34 schools countrywide. (AllAfrica)

Liberia: Margibi to Get More Schools, Police Depot, Other Aid

[Observer] -As county authorities commit to transparency, accountability (AllAfrica)

Rwanda: Over 800 Graduate at INES-Ruhengeri

[New Times] A total of 854 students on Thursday, March 5 graduated from Musanze-based Ruhengeri Institute of Applied Sciences (INES), with degrees in various disciplines. (AllAfrica)

Liberia: Aware Int'l School Exhibition Sparks Interest in Science, Art

[Observer] The Aware International School's Science and Arts Exhibition was not only a scene of confidence and teamwork displayed by young students but also it was an atmosphere of excitement and pride as parents, friends and teachers cheered the students who presented their arts and science works with poise and skill. (AllAfrica)

South Africa: School for Disabled Battles to Stay Open

[GroundUp] Seven teachers resign at Oasis centre in Upington (AllAfrica)

Nigeria: Niger Bans Street Begging, Says Almajiri System of Education Not Outlawed

[This Day] Minna -Niger State Government has announced a total ban on street begging effective from March 4, but said the ban did not affect the "Almajiri system of education." (AllAfrica)

Kenya: National Assembly to Vet Two Picked By Kenyatta for TSC Jobs

[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta has nominated Mbage Njuguna Ng'ang'a and Ms Leila Abdi Ali as commissioners of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC). (AllAfrica)

Rwanda: Why Few Girls Have Embraced TVET

[New Times] Nadia Uwitonze is a 21-year-old third-year student pursuing a course in electrical and electronic technology at IPRC Gishari, Rwamagana District. (AllAfrica)

South Africa: Teachers, Nyati Camp Implicated in Enock Mpianzi's Death

[] Parktown Boys High School educators, together with the Nyati Bush Camp, have been found liable in the death of Enock Mpianzi in what Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has described as a "damning report". (AllAfrica)

South Africa: World Schools Festival Cancelled Due to Coronavirus

[News24Wire] The 2020 World Schools Festival has been cancelled due to concerns over the coronavirus. (AllAfrica)

Namibia: Six More Students Study With Sanlam Bursaries in Relevant Fields At Local Universities

[Namibia Economist] Sanlam announced last week it has awarded another six bursaries this year bringing the insurer's total number of bursary students to nine. This continues Sanlam's 18-year tradition of direct support for tertiary education. (AllAfrica)

Nigeria: Umahi Orders Striking Lecturers Back to Classes

[Premium Times] The governor of Ebonyi State, David Umahi, has ordered lecturers under the Academic Staff Union of Universities, Ebonyi State University chapter, to call off its warning strike and return to their classrooms. (AllAfrica)

Ghana: Dayspring Montessori International School Visits Times

[Ghanaian Times] Pupils and teachers from Dayspring Montessori School yesterday paid a visit to New Times Corporation (NTC), publishers of Ghanaian Times and Spectator newspapers. (AllAfrica)

Ghana: Amend Pre-Tertiary Education Bill to Take Care of All Interests - GNAPS

[Ghanaian Times] Wa -The president of the Ghana National Association of Private Schools (GNAPS), Dr Damasus Tuurusong, has appealed to Parliament to consider amending the new Pre tertiary Education Bill to take interests of private, public and faith- based institutions. (AllAfrica)

Kenya: Keep Your Dreadlocks, Rastafarianism Is a Religion

[East African] A Kenyan court has ordered schools not to expel students who keep dreadlocks. (AllAfrica)

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