[CAJ News] Johannesburg -ALEXANDER Forbes has called for integrated approaches to workplace learning with traditional methods no longer responsive enough to keep up with the pace of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Human Rights Watch has urged Tunisia to extend the mandate of a commission set up to examine human rights violations during six decades of dictatorship.
[allAfrica] Education is so much more than an opportunity to go to school; it is an opportunity to determine one’s future, to establish a voice within and outside of one’s community, and to dream beyond the limits of one’s circumstances.
[This Day] Aviation experts have called on the African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC) and civil aviation authorities of all the countries in the region to harmonise their regulatory framework to ensure uniform minimum safety standard in Africa. The measure, they said, will prevent air accidents that have characterise the continent.
UN peacekeepers have found eight decomposing bodies in a village in the volatile Ituri province of northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the agency told AFP on Friday.
Femi Opabunmi, the youngest player to represent Nigeria at a World Cup, on how the end of his football dream left him considering taking his own life.
[This is Africa] Climate action is not just about reducing emissions; it can also mean food on people’s tables, money in their pockets and jobs for our youth.
A crack stretching several kilometres has opened in south-western Kenya.
Tackling social problems in communities has become the remit of preachers, rather than the state.
Former Nigeria international Emmanuel Amuneke says he has left his post as coach of Sudanese club SC Khartoum by mutual consent.
Families in South Africa are increasingly planning for extravagant funeral arrangements.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has promised to free the remaining Christian schoolgirl still held by Boko Haram, as he prepared to meet the other Dapchi students released by the Islamist militants.
Mali’s Prime Minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga landed in the restive town of Kidal on Friday, representing the first such visit since 2014 to an area that remains in the hands of former rebels.
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy will appeal court restrictions imposed on him after he was charged with financing his 2007 election campaign with money from late Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi, his lawyer said Friday.
[Zimbabwe Independent] African leaders, except for Nigeria and few other countries, have signed an agreement to set up a massive free trade area to improve regional integration and boost economic growth across the continent.
[The Conversation Africa] Johannesburg -Sometimes individuals who survive a tragedy, such as a tsunami, report feeling guilty that they lived while innocent people close to them perished. Similarly, I have had some black professionals in post-apartheid South Africa tell me they feel guilty for having left their townships or villages and “made it” while their former neighbours still live in...