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Kenya on the spot as cheating at varsity hits worrying levels

University students studying with poor prospects of getting a job after completing their education, some have resorted to doing assignments for those still in college at a fee. The practice has seen the UK seeking to ban advertising for help with academic work. PHOTO | FOTOSEARCH Only days after Kenya...
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Children’s progress is more than kissing babies

Mail and Gurdian Early childhood development (ECD) is universally recognised for its concern with the foundation years of life, focusing on the holistic development of a child’s potential. It is during the first six years of a child’s life that much learning takes place and is developed. The early years...
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Education official refutes cheating allegations

  Secretary General of National Examinations Council, Mr. Simon Nyok Deng during the press conference (Photo by Viola Matela): By Viola Matela The Secretary General of the National Examinations Council has refuted allegations of malpractices in the just concluded Primary Leaving Examinations. “I can ascertain to the public that the...
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Students told to stand up for other’s right

By Bullen Bala Alexander The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) Human Right Division has called on students to stand up for each other’s rights in the country. Mr. James Fandas, UNMISS Human Right Division representative said South Sudanese are one people and they need to unite and fight...
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Students in Uganda told to take education seriously

  South Sudanese students cut cake during the welcoming ceremony for the first year students at Kampala International University |photo| Martin Manyiel Wugol By Martin Manyiel Wugol  South Sudanese Students Association at Kampala International University (KIU) on Monday held a welcoming ceremony for its newly admitted students at KIU with...
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Payment of teachers’ incentives starts in Bor

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon At least a total of 912 teachers in Bor town of Jonglei State have started receiving cash incentives. The incentive Impact project was initiated to motivate teachers across the country. Daniel Kuany Riak, Bor Municipal Council Education Director told reporters yesterday in Bor that each teacher...
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Over 300 students to graduate from Catholic University

Vice Chancellor, Catholic University Fr. Mathew Pagan |Photo| Moses Gum By Moses Gum At least 380 students are set to graduate from the Catholic University of South Sudan on Saturday. According to the university’s Vice Chancellor Dr. Fr. Mathew Pagan, all plans were completed to ensure that everything runs as...
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IPCA establishes women network to participate in peace process

B y Woja Emmanuel The Initiative for Peace Communication Association (IPCA) has established a Network for Women Peace Actors in South Sudan (NEWPASS) to participate in the Peace implementation in the country. The initiative which will be launched today aims at strengthening coordination among women peace organizations and associations in...
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UNHCR launches Vocational Training Centre in Akobo

  The front view of the inaugurated Vocational Training Centre in Akobo |Photo| UNHCR; Komma Godfrey By Komma Godfrey Andruga The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and Nile Hope - an indigenous organization on Tuesday inaugurated a newly constructed Vocational Training Centre (VTC) in Akobo East County of Akobo State....
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