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06/12/2010 12:52

Nigerian Government Scraps Monotechnics, Specialized Universities

Professor Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufa'i, minister of Education, has said that the Nigerian federal government has scrapped all monotechnics and specialised universities in the country.    It was a decision that has continued to baffle many analysts and educationists, describing it as yet another...
02/12/2010 12:48

Russia, Qatar to Host 2018 and 2022 World Cup

In a twist that caught many by surprise, Russia and Qatar, emerged as winners in the bid to host the FIFA World Cup events for 2018 and 2022 respectively.    Sepp Blatter, president of the football governing body, gave the announcement in Zurich, Switzerland. The announcement of the two...
30/11/2010 15:36

Globacom in Need of Telecomms Implementation Engineers

Globacom Limited, Nigeria's 2nd National Operator in GSM, Fixed, Broadband and Gateway services, with subsidiaries in Nigeria, Republic of Benin, Ghana, and a strong presence in the West African region, requires experienced engineers for its rollout operations in Nigeria. The experience telecomms...
24/11/2010 14:32

CNN/Multichoice African Journalist of the Year Awards Launched

The Cable News Network (CNN) and Multichoice have launched the 2011 CNN/Multichoice African Journalist of the Year awards. The award, seeks to recognize and encourage excellent journalism practice on the continent. The prestigious awards, which is now in its 16th edition, has grown in size, status...
23/11/2010 12:53

In the Steps of the Pope

It’s about a five minute’s stroll down Kanonicza Street, through the greenery gardens, and there in front of you, is the building. It’s the house where Cardinal Karol Wojtyla, who became Pope John Paul II (now of blessed memory) lived, before his elevation to become Pope of the Catholic church in...
22/11/2010 16:50

Bonefish on Verge of Becoming Endangered Species

Professor Jerry Ault, a fisheries scientist with the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, has revealed that a bonefish census carried out now shows that the species is at an all-time low.   “Since 2003 we have conducted an annual bonefish census throughout...
19/11/2010 13:57

Talks to Save the Tiger Intensifies

The International Tiger Forum (ITF), an international conference that would involve crucial talks to bring Asia’s most iconic animal, the tiger, back from the brink of extinction would be taking place in St Petersburg, Russia, November 21 to 24.    The ITF, which is being hosted by...
18/11/2010 15:29

Audit Associate Needed for Deloitte

Audit associate needed for Nigeria Deloitte (Akintola Williams Deloitte) for the company's Port Harcourt office.   Requirements: Bachelor's degree with minimum of Second Class Upper division or its equivalent Should possess excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal...
18/11/2010 14:44

Accountant Needed for USAID-funded Project

A full-time Accountant is needed for the Targeted States High Impact Project (TSHIP), a five-year-old USAID-funded project being implemented in Bauchi and Sokoto states. Co-sponsors of the project include the Centre for Education, Development and Population Activities (CEDPA), Futures Group...
13/11/2010 18:37

Reuters Foundation Reporter's Handbook

REUTERS FOUNDATION REPORTER'S HANDBOOK, is yet another invaluable tool that any journalist, whether in the print, broadcast or online "genre" would be glad to possess. It comes as an handy, easy to navigate resource material, that would always be a reference point.  REUTERS FOUNDATION...

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