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Should Africa prioritise maths and science education over arts?

At the Global Education & Skills Forum in Dubai in March 2016, delegates debated whether focusing on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) to the detriment of arts fully equips children for the world ahead.

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New investments in Egypt to boost economy

Photos@ReutersEgyptconstructionAmsterdam-listed OCI said on Thursday it planned to spin off its construction and engineering business and list it on stock markets in Egypt and the United Arab Emirates in the first quarter of 2015.

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Engineering attracts top Moroccan graduates

The hard work will pay off for students at Morocco’s top engineering schools, with many jobs on offer in the construction sector/Photo/HASSAN OUAZZANI FOR J.A.With a construction boom in housing, motorways, railways, ports and hotels, Morocco is a huge building site in need of both manpower and engineering brains.

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Transport: Hien Sié restores confidence to Abidjan port

altAppointed director general of the port of Abidjan at the end of 2010, Hien Sié has seen a steady build-up of traffic since the port re-opened in April last year.

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Should Africa go nuclear?

Does nuclear energy create jobs and wealth or environmental disaster? Join in our debate on whether Africa should invest in nuclear power.


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Angola LNG gather more customers

Angola LNGAngola plans to have its $8bn liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant running by 2012. 

 

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