Oxford’s Simukai Chigudu Gives New Meaning To African Intellectual

The Zimbabwean intellectual Simukai Chigudu was recently appointed a member of the faculty at the prestigous Oxford University on 24th July 2017. A Ph.D student himself currently studying under the Hoffman-Weidenfeld Scholarship at Oxford, he has achieved great success. Lots of effort has now granted him an opportunity to receive the

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Online Courses Enable Rwandese Refugees To Bet Odds And Graduate

“Imagine your day with literally nothing to occupy your time — no books, no TV, no movies, no computer, no connectivity — in the worst of circumstances day after day.” That, says Southern New Hampshire University President Paul LeBlanc, is the grim reality of millions of young refugees whose plight

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British Council Program Seeks Out 5 Kenyans To Train On Policy Making

Five young Kenyans will be among 50 global finalists in the inaugural Future Leaders Connect program, an initiative of the British Council that seeks to create a pool of outstanding policy leaders who can create positive differences in their home countries. The programme which is targeting young professionals aged 18-35 years

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Kisumu County Pupil Wins National Spelling Bee Championships

Kisumu County’s, Victor Ng’uono of MM Shah Kisumu took home the coveted trophy during a hotly contested battle at the recently concluded Kenya National Spelling Bee Championships held in Mombasa. Victor Brian Maina (Nyeri Primary School) and Christina Njeri (Tender Care Nairobi) emerged 1st and second runners up respectively. The three

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Aga Khan & Harvard Offer Africa’s Executives Leadership Program

Aga Khan and Harvard universities have partnered to transform the management of top organizations in Africa by equipping senior executives with skills to help them adapt to the fast changing world. The two universities have designed a pioneering suite of courses aimed at sharpening the leadership and communication skills of senior

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