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Good business education helps to build capacity for professional and enterprise development – Osideko

Business Day Online 18 Jun 2021
Globally, Mini-MBA has been around for a while and you are right that it is now becoming mainstream in Nigeria in particular and Africa in general and I think that the provision of quality business education by local institutions requires more awareness and marketing.

The AlTouq Group Announces Family Firm Institute Educational Scholarships to Recipients from Africa, Latin America, ...

Daily Times Chronicle 16 Jun 2021
BOSTON, June 16, 2021 /CNW/ --�The AlTouq Group, through the Family Firm Institute (FFI) Global Education Network (GEN), has provided three practitioners and academics, hailing from Africa, Latin America, and the United States, with its 2021 annual scholarships for the Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising (ACFBA).

Zionist Academics Take the Side of State Power

Consortium News 15 Jun 2021
Its scholars cover all of the Middle East and North Africa. It is dedicated to high standards of scholarship and diversity of interpretation ... In 2007 two scholars, Bernard Lewis and Fouad Ajami, decided to start a rival organization, the Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA).

Oxford dons refusing to tutor students at Oriel College in Cecil Rhodes statue row are ...

The Daily Mail 12 Jun 2021
An imperialist, businessman and politician, he played a dominant role in southern Africa in the late 19th century, driving the annexation of vast swathes of land ... An independent inquiry said Oriel College could fund two fellowships in subjects related to Rhodes' legacy, create scholarships for students from Africa and hold an annual lecture on him.

Outgoing Turkish envoy recalls successful tenure in South Africa

Anadolu Agency 11 Jun 2021
Outgoing Turkish Ambassador Elif Comoglu Ulgen described her four-year tenure in South Africa as largely successful and accomplishing. Speaking exclusively to Anadolu Agency, she recalled witnessing granting Turkish citizenship to 35 descendants of Ottoman origin residents of South Africa in September 2020.

Scholars at Oxford University refuse to teach under statue of colonialist

Indian Express 11 Jun 2021
Instead, it pledged to raise money for scholarships aimed at students from South Africa and to set up an annual lecture on Rhodes’ legacy, among other initiatives ... Born in Britain, Rhodes studied at Oriel College in the late 19th century before becoming prime minister of the Cape Colony, in South Africa, in 1890.

France-South Africa Scholarship Programme opens applications for higher education

Independent online (SA) 10 Jun 2021
The fully-funded France-South Africa Scholarship is open to students who intend to study in universities or higher education institutions in France for their Master’s degree or PhD ... of study can apply for this scholarship.

Parliament slams Oxford profs: ‘Useless bunch’ driven by ‘wokeness’

New York Post 10 Jun 2021
The lecturers signed a “statement of a boycott of Oriel College” over the decision to keep a statue of Cecil Rhodes, who drove colonial expansion in southern Africa in the 1800s, and for whom the school’s Rhodes Scholarship is named, according to The Telegraph.

Why Kenya matters for India's foreign policyWith growing Chinese influence there, External Affairs Minister S ...

Deccan Herald 10 Jun 2021
Jaishankar's visit, scheduled from 12th to 14th June, is significant because Kenya is a crucial player in the geopolitics of East Africa and the Western Indian Ocean ... India is a significant development partner for Kenya and has extended assistance in loans, scholarships to students and gifting advanced medical equipment.

The Rhodes rebels: Meet the Left-wing ringleaders who sparked academics' Oxford boycott... and they love ...

The Daily Mail 10 Jun 2021
An independent inquiry said Oriel College could fund two fellowships in subjects related to Rhodes' legacy, create scholarships for students from Africa and hold an annual lecture on him ... A vote is held at Rhodes University, South Africa, to change the name of the university.

Mines chamber backs increased participation of women in mining

Ghana Web 07 Jun 2021
“If you look at the statistics, Africa seems to be doing quite well [with women’s participation in mining], but there is room for us to do better ... The President of Women in Mining (WIM) Ghana and Women in Mining (WIM) Africa, Mrs Georgette Barnes Sakyi-Addo, said.

Global: Funding supports most vulnerable during pandemic with food and prevention measures

Reliefweb 02 Jun 2021
It also directly benefited 420 families and 50 students through school scholarships. Salesian Missions funded a joint collaborative project with Salesians in South Africa, Eswatini and Lesotho ... A joint collaborative project that Salesian Missions funded with Salesians in South Africa, Eswatini and Lesotho benefited 200 families at St ... SOUTH AFRICA.

Black barbecue gets a long-overdue spotlight in two new books

The Philadelphia Tribune 30 May 2021
Miller’s avoidance of the term is a sign of his rigorous scholarship ... But Twitty’s own research — a combination of what he describes as scholarship, contemporary ethnography and “informed imagination” — has led him to conclude that West Africa’s barbecue techniques long predate the Arabs.

Rich Finlinson: A no-comparison comparison between Hemingway and me

The Salt Lake Tribune 29 May 2021
The beard I grew during COVID isolation and the recent Ken Burns and Lynn Novick documentary series on Ernest Hemingway led to some thinking about similarities and differences, and how some things outweigh others ... I won a bicycle in a coloring contest and a couple of journalism scholarships. He shot big game in Africa. I shot video on my smartphone ... .

So Rishi, are you planning to give that nice Mr Cummings a job in No.10? ...

The Daily Mail 29 May 2021
The right companies aren’t paying the right tax in the right places.’ ... ‘Fundamentally, the global tax system isn’t working... Is that true? ... The son of a GP father and pharmacist mother who emigrated from East Africa to the UK in the 1960s, Sunak studied at Oxford University and then Stanford on a Fulbright scholarship, where he met his wife Akshata.