A group of Ghanaians say the current crop of the continent's leaders are failing because they are still tied to the apron strings of the "colonial masters", giving them negative account of their own countries to secure financial or technical aid.
- Tuesday, 28 October 2014 11:55
- Kim Garner in Johannesburg and Gemma Ware
Training graduates on the job and e-learning are two ways of filling the huge gap in qualified educators.
- Friday, 24 October 2014 12:40
- Kalundi Serumaga in Kampala
To avoid a crisis in a few decades' time, governments must act now in order to improve schools and protect the economic advances made since the 1990s. That means developing a new generation of schools that teach students the skills needed for the future and the critical thinking to avoid the mistakes of the past.
- Thursday, 23 October 2014 10:16
Congolese gynecologist Denis Mukwege has landed Europe's top human rights after award after 16 years of campaigning to end the use of mass rape as a weapon of war, providing care for rape victims, and surviving an assassination attempt.