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There is so much in our cultures that are slowly dying and I believe that it is our responsibility to develop the African literature, says local academic Hleze Kunju Institutions of higher learning should take the lead in the country’s efforts to decolonise the education system and promote the use of indigenous languages for teaching and learning, an academic said. Dr Hleze Kunju, who has become popular for being the first doctoral candidate at Rhodes University to write his thesis in isiXhosa, said tertiary institutions should be a starting point for change. He noted systems can be put in place…
III project. There is no doubt that the idea of constructing a mosque near Ground Zero, which by most Americans is considered a hallow ground, has stirred controversy among the public. The opinions debated on the mosque idea by proponents and opponents are understandable, but unfortunately people on either side tend to dichotomize the issues pertaining to the mosque vis-Ã -vis Ground Zero. They donÂt see a middle ground in the extremities of the continuum and we are all lost in the blazing arguments and counter-arguments. Therefore, this IDEA viewpoint offers an alternative idea, indeed a novel solution, of constructing shrines of all faiths at Ground Zero.
A British bookbinder has restored ancient copies of the gospels dating back to the fourth century, writes Jerome Taylor
Despite being in the early phases of development, the Islamic finance industry in Africa is fast gaining the attention of key stakeholders including central banks & regulatory authorities, as well as the leading international Islamic financial institutions and investors seeking to tap into high-growth opportunities on the continent
Wednesday 9th August 2017, DJIBOUTI: The footprint of Islamic banking in Africa is set to expand further as the continent seeks to deliver on the economic and strategic opportunities provided by Shariah‐compliant ﬁnancing. Sukuk has emerged as a viable and strong source of attracting international funding for infrastructure projects in Africa and the continent has recently witnessed a surge of successful Sukuk debuts.
July 24, 2017 (GIN) When historians write Africas digital story, Kenya will likely assume its place as the cradle of the internet revolution on the continent.
The Free State Official Languages Act came into effect yesterday. The new law which was proclaimed by Premier Ace Magashule as the Free State Official Languages Act No.1 of 2017 in the Provincial Gazette on May 12, requires all provincial departments and public entities to ensure fair use of the country’s official languages for improved communication in all spheres of society. South Africa has 11 official languages and several unofficial ones. English is the most widely used language for official and commercial purposes but it is the fifth most spoken home language. According to Census 2011 figures, the predominant languages…
The party says all allegations related to state capture will be scrutinised during a judicial commission appointed to investigate the information. The African National Congress (ANC) says all allegations related to state capture will be scrutinised during a judicial commission appointed to investigate the information that has emerged in recent weeks. The extent of the Gupta family’s dealings with state-owned enterprises have been laid bare, with fresh email leaks revealing how the family has been pocketing billions of rand through dubious transactions, including Malusi Gigaba’s apparent hand in fast tracking documents and a former Eskom chief executive’ s questionable conduct….
The ANC’s national executive committee’s decision at the weekend that the reappointment should be rescinded hastened Molefe’s demise The decision of a committee of ministers to fire Brian Molefe as Eskom boss, just hours after he appeared in Parliament to explain one of the Gupta deals, has put the board of the utility in the firing line. Knives are out for the troubled power utility’s board, led by former SABC board chairperson Dr Ben Ngubane, with the governing ANC’s alliance partners leading calls for it to be dissolved. SACP spokesperson Alex Mashilo said the board must fall on their swords….
The executive mayor of Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality, Malefu Vilakazi, has hinted at the possibility of students undergoing a mandatory virginity test before being awarded tertiary bursaries. Vilakazi made this announcement when she delivered her state of the district address at Tshiame last week. She, however, emphasised this was only a thought that would require consultations with a broader spectrum of society, especially traditional leaders. Her announcement was inspired by 19 -year old of QwaQwa who was crowned Miss Culture South Africa 2015, for being a virgin. She won herself a car and a R100 000 bursary. “I will be…
The eventual completion of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam will be a much-celebrated event in Ethiopian history for two oft-remarked reasons. Soaring 170 meters high, spanning 1,800 meters in width, and capable of generating 6,000 MW, the GERD will be Africas largest hydroelectric dam. As such, it is a remarkable feat of modern engineering. Just as the GERDs colossal dimensions have reshaped the landscape surrounding it, the dams construction has upended the customary official rhetoric and politics of the Nile basin. Heretofore, Ethiopia limited itself to assertions of its right to develop the Nile; whereas, Egypt reacted to any minor suggestion of the mere consideration of construction by upper riparian as an existential threat to be met by an apoplectic reply. Construction of the GERD has pushed Egypt to grudgingly acknowledge that dialogue between riparian states is the only way to reach mutually acceptable solutions to competing claims over the Nile
Yahya Jammeh, packed a Chadian cargo plane with luxury cars and went into exile late Saturday, barely missing the west African regional troops on their way to remove him by force if necessary.
Jammeh, who lost a re-election bid on Dec. 1 but resisted stepping down, accepted an invitation from Pres. Teodoro Obiang, a highly-unpopular leader in the Central African nation of Equatorial Guinea. This sparked objections by the opposition Convergence for Social Democracy (CDS), pointing out that Gambias instability was a result of ex-president Jammehs own refusal to relinquish power after 22 years.
Free State youth and the disabled in particular, can now approach special programmes coordinators (SOCs) in their respective areas to improve their access to valuable government information and assistance. This announcement was made by the assistant director for youth and disabled matters in the office of Premier Ace Magashule, Lebogang Mongane, during the TNA Media Breakfast Briefing held at the Emoya estate on Tuesday last week. Mongane who hails from Polokwane in Limpopo province is an ex-board member of the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA). The visually impaired leader is also an outspoken activist in the ANC youth league in…