Rwanda's Ministry of Education launched the Tech Enabled STEM Teaching pilot Program in 50 secondary schools meant to achieve an education system that embraces 21st century skills. CNBC Africa filed this report.
Science, engineering, technology and mathematics have been noted as the elements to help Africa leapfrog into the forth industrial revolution but investment in the sectors continues to lag behind when compared to the rest of the world, joining CNBC Africa to shed more light on what can be done to boost STEM education is the Program Director at Clarke International University, Micheal Niyitegeka.
Ed Stoddard | JOHANNESBURG The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) said on Thursday it had tabled demands for wage hikes of 15 percent across the board in the metal and...
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"TransCentury group is poised to report improved performance in the second half of the year as we continue on a growth trajectory."