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ORANGE UNDERSTANDING PROGRAM IN THE NETHERLANDS

Through this program, prospects will establish their understanding and quality of both people in addition to companies both in the field of greater and employment education and in other fields connected to the top priority styles in the program nations. Citizenship: Prospects from OKP Nation list (Cambodian prospects are qualified) Where: Netherlands Scholarship award: allowance…

Ugwuanyi returns to work, start pre-contract examination

The Enugu State Governor and Governor-elect, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, on Monday, embarked on pre-contract inspection of roads within Enugu metropolis preparatory to immediate rehabilitation and reconstruction. UgwuanyiGov. Ugwuanyi, who was accompanied by the Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Engr. Greg Nnaji, inspected the old UNTH road, Enugu; Ogidi street and Onyeama lane in Asata,…

Cops rescue 6 years of age kid apparently cost N100,000 to ritualist

Awka – The Police Command in Anambra on Monday paraded one Monday Onyikwa from Umuefi Village, Nteje in Oyi Local Council Area for allegedly selling a six-year- old girl for ritual purposes. South African police also contributed to the killings?CP Rabiu Ladodo, who briefed newsmen in Awka, said the suspect was arrested in the bush…

SYNLAB will provide first-world health care services to Nigerians

…opens in calaber The Executive Director (Operations) of SYNLAB Nigeria, Dr Tolulope Adewole, has said that the pathology laboratory services firm ith over 5,000 tests available on its platform is committed to delivering first-world healthcare services to Nigerians. Synlab Nigeria opens ultramodern medical diagnostics center in Abuja Adewole speaking at the opening ceremony of a…

UN introduces drive to highlight ecological expense of remaining stylish

When we think of industries that are having a harmful effect on the environment, manufacturing, energy, transport and even food production might come to mind. But the fashion industry is considered by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), to be the second most polluting industry in the world. According to UNCTAD, some 93…

Oxford– Adara Structure Scholarship Program 2019/2020 for female MBA Potential customers (Entirely Moneyed)

Application Due Date: fifth April 2019 The Oxford– Adara Structure Scholarship program was revealed by Dean Peter Tufano at the School’s yearly Oxford Organisation Online forum Africa, which accompanied International Women’s Day. From 2019, the Adara Structure, in collaboration with Oxford University, will money a complete scholarship for an extraordinary female MBA prospect from Africa…

West Africa Digital Rights and Liberty of Expression Suits Surgical Treatment 2019 for ECOWAS-based...

Application Due Date: midnight on Sunday 28 April 2019. . The Media Legal Defence Effort (MLDI) is a charity, based in the UK, which offers legal aid to reporters, blog writers and independent media throughout the world. We support reporters’ legal defence, carry out tactical lawsuits, fund media defence centres, and reinforce capability in the…
Gender pay space professional amongst top teachers stopping Brexit Britain

Gender pay space professional amongst top teachers stopping Brexit Britain

When the EU referendum result was announced Vera Troeger, professor of quantitative political economy at Warwick University, was at an academic conference in Brussels. She spent the whole day crying. Today she has had enough, and is leaving the country where she has built her career. Troeger, an expert on the gender pay gap and…
Universities’ anti-cheating efforts require an overhaul|Letters

Universities’ anti-cheating efforts require an overhaul|Letters

Damian Hinds’ call for PayPal to block transactions with essay-writing firms is to be welcomed (University cheats should be reported by their peers, minister says, 20 March). However, this can be only one element in the campaign to reduce a problem highlighted by the growing presence of touts who, at the start of the academic…

‘Ticking bomb’ health caution over deteriorating conditions dealing with Cyclone Idai victims

Latest reports indicate that more than 400 are now confirmed dead in Mozambique alone, with a further 300 fatalities in Zimbabwe and Malawi. In Geneva, Elhadj As Sy, Secretary General of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), said that an estimated 300 square kilometres of land had been destroyed or…