Fossils Found In Tanzania Reveals Early Dinosaur Walked Like Crocodile

In a new study it is being said one of the earliest relatives of dinosaurs carried features similar to alligators and crocodiles. Details of the finding are published in the Nature journal. It writes the ARchosaur fossils found in Tanzania reveal carnivorous animal lived about 245 million years ago on our planet during the Triassic Period and weighed same as ...

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Ugandan Police Arrests Academic For Criticizing President’s Wife

Stella Nyanzi, a prominent academic in Uganda, is now under police custody for not any criminal charges but for just criticizing the president’s wife. President Yoweri Museveni’s wife Janet Musaveni is education minister of Uganda and lately the government has reneged a campaign pledge to supply sanitary pads free to school girls who are unable to afford hygiene products. Saying ...

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World Bank Announces Huge Financial Package For Africa

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About $57 billion in financing has been announced by the World Bank for sub-Saharan Africa for the period of next three fiscal years. It is learned out of the total assured the International Development Association will be supporting with $45 billion. It will support 448 projects too which are underway in the region. The association is World Bank fund and ...

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Cameroon’s Green Girls Project Finds Technology To Turn Poo Into Renewal Energy

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School students in Cameroon’s largest city Douala have learned how to convert wastes including pit latrines and septic tank into renewable source of energy. The non-governmental organization named The Green Girls Project trains the young girls in technology and to help students in those areas of the country where electricity has not reached. CEO and founder of the project, Monique ...

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Tanzania Ready For Engaging Stakeholders In Improving Education: Government

Tanzanian government revealed getting ready to engage stakeholders in the 2030 Education Agenda and achieve the goal as planned in ensuring equitable quality education as well as promote life-long learning across the country for all. Speaking Thursday on the official opening of a two-day Ministerial SGD4 (Sustainable Development Goals) Regional Forum for Eastern Africa, Prof. Joyce Ndalichako, said the government ...

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Pugu Secondary School’s Library Renovated

Education is important and proper education will empower the youths. Tanzania has lately become serious to developing the education system and lately Sahara Group has renovated the library at Pugu Secondary school in the country. The prestigious institution has more than 900 students and 76 teachers. It has produced presidents and notable Tanzanians too. The reading culture will improve in ...

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South Africa’s Pretoria Girls School Alleged Not Responding To Racism Complaints

The Pretoria High School for Girls in South Africa earlier were blamed on the basis of a study to have failed responding to complaints of racist practices last week and now the school authorities claims to have been studying the findings of the report. The report was presented by Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi that reveals some of the black ...

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