Participate in the First Ghana Education Debate Online.

The 2015 Future of Ghana pioneers present the online debate. Ghana is a nation on the lips of many across the globe as it comes to light that education statistics from an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report show our nation to be failing in its ability to maintain an average level of maths and science ability for students. Ghana was listed as the worst performing nation. Details ...

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Twitter Chat: The #eLA15 edTech – May 8, 12PM GMT

Where do I start? What knowledge do I need? What are the main traps? 35% of young people in Africa have no access to secondary education or technical skills development, and 82 million adults lack basic literacy skills(1), but budding education technology entrepreneurs across the continent are recognizing the untapped business potential of the African education market, and coming up with innovative solutions ...

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Apply Now: CNN African Journalist Awards Calls for Entry

Application is opened for the CNN MultiChoice African Journalist Awards 2015. Broadcast, Print and Online Journalists whose works focuses on the African continent can apply for this award. The CNN MultiChoice African Journalist Competition highlights journalism's role in Africa's development and honors journalistic talent across all media disciplines. Now in its 20th year, the CNN MultiChoice African Journal...

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Featured: Why Black South Africans are attacking foreign Africans but not foreign Whites

The attacks on migrant shop owners in Durban this week reminds us the position of foreigner in South Africa is a complex one. After decades of isolation from the rest of the African continent, and the world, during apartheid, South Africa finally opened up to the rest of world in 1994. Under apartheid, South Africa’s immigration mirrored the narrow mindedness and prejudice of the National Party. Several l...

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Entrepreneurial Interview: Dayo Osikoya - The Code School, Ghana

The Code School is an 8-week intensive beginner-friendly coding school at the iSpace Innovation Hub in Accra run by Dayo Osikoya and his team. Interested participants are taken through the fundamentals of technical skills needed to make beautiful web and mobile apps. I interviewed Dayo Osikoya, Founder and CEO of The Code School to find out more about this great initiative. This interview is the fourth in s...

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