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Algeria's ancient pyramid tombs still shrouded in mystery
Algeria's ancient pyramid tombs still shrouded in mystery
Dating back centuries, Algeria's pyramid tombs are unique relics of an ancient era but a dearth of research has left the Jeddars shrouded in...
Migrants don’t leave their right to education behind
Migrants don’t leave their right to education behind
The number of migrant and refugee children in the world today could fill more than half a million classrooms. Their parents are perhaps seeking new...
SA’s contradictory laws discriminate against children of migrants
SA’s contradictory laws discriminate against children of migrants
People move around the world from one country to another looking for better opportunities. On average, immigrants tend to be more educated than...
Germany arrests suspect over killing of Bulgarian journalist
Germany arrests suspect over killing of Bulgarian journalist
German police have arrested a man suspected of the rape and murder of Bulgarian television journalist Viktoria Marinova, Bulgarian officials said...
Education reduces issues plaguing poor countries
Education reduces issues plaguing poor countries
The number of children enrolled in primary school in Africa increased from 60-million in 2000 to some 250-million today, according to the annual...
It's not that bad! Science, tourism clash on Great Barrier Reef
It's not that bad! Science, tourism clash on Great Barrier Reef
A row is raging over Australia's warming-damaged Great Barrier Reef, with firms worried that scientists' apocalyptic warnings are scaring visitors...
Literacy and skills are the power for good
Literacy and skills are the power for good
Often referred to as a silent disability, low levels of literacy hinder personal growth and limit opportunities. It perpetuates poverty and...
Scientific research is SA’s future
Scientific research is SA’s future
The recently published Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans 2018 line-up offers an interesting revelation, in that at least 40% of...
People, politics threaten Kano's ancient walls
People, politics threaten Kano's ancient walls
Young boys scramble up the remains of a crumbling section of the ancient city wall in the Kofar Na'isa area of Kano, in northern Nigeria.
How Ethiopia and Kenya have put a world heritage site in danger
How Ethiopia and Kenya have put a world heritage site in danger
Lake Turkana is the world’s largest desert lake. Located in Kenya’s...
Australia failing to protect Great Barrier Reef ― activists
Australia failing to protect Great Barrier Reef ― activists
Australia is breaching commitments to protect the embattled Great Barrier Reef from the effects of land clearing, environmental groups claimed...
How kids in a low-income country use laptop —lessons from Madagascar
How kids in a low-income country use laptop —lessons from Madagascar
Every child, no matter what country they’re from or their social background, should have the chance to use and learn about technology. That’s...

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