Advertising Africa 

Strategies For Implementing Proper Educational Technology In Nigerian Schools

Prior to we talk about how to implement Educational technology in Nigeria, there is a need to understand what it means. Educational Technology is the usage of tools such as online tools and resources for the benefit of establishing education. Along with utilizing tools, academic technology assesses both theoretical and useful applications of these tools for learning. Establishing instructional technology in a school makes learning more engaging. Trainees will be interested to understand more, due to the fact that their lessons are now interactive with pictures, videos and slides, all…

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Africa Financial Services 

Ghana Cocoa Board, African Development Bank and financial partners celebrate first $200 million disbursement of loan to boost cocoa productivity in Ghana

Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) and lenders have welcomed the first disbursement of $200 million of a syndicated loan facility to boost cocoa productivity in the world’s second-largest producer. The occasion was marked by a ceremony held in Accra, Ghana on Tuesday 23 June, followed online by hundreds of observers across the globe. In attendance were COCOBOD and government representatives and participating lenders, which included development finance institutions: the African Development Bank (https://www.AfDB.org/), the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the Development Bank of Southern Africa and Cassa Depositi e Prestiti Spa.…

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Covid19 Europe 

UK scraps coronavirus quarantine for travel to France, Greece and Spain

British travel agents welcome government’s ‘risk-based approach’ to quarantine Jonathan Smith, a spokesman for the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta), said the organisation welcomed the “risk-based approach” taken by the government in choosing to review blanket quarantine arrangements for UK arrivals. Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, he said: “I think this is incredibly welcome news for the travel industry, which has had a very difficult time these weeks and months, and will encourage people to book and allow them to enjoy a summer holiday.” Mr Smith added: “I…

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Africa Agriculture 

Botswana’s president goes shopping for a farm

In south-west Botswana, near the border with South Africa, the federal government owns some prime farmland Banyana Farms. The land was initially purchased in order to promote industrial livestock farming in Botswana.In 2015, Banyana Farms a state-owned company, decided to rent out numerous large cattle ranches on the property, and created a competitive tender procedure to do so. This is important real estate, and the lease is for 14 years. The greatest ranch, the 49 square kilometre Portion 2, drew in substantial interest. The 39 bidders have now been whittled…

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Asia Covid19 

Bangladesh to get priority if China develops Covid-19 vaccine

China has said Bangladesh will get priority in terms of cooperation and support if they can successfully develop vaccine for coronavirus. “Of course, Bangladesh is our important friend and Bangladesh will surely get priority,” Deputy Chief of Mission at the Chinese Embassy in Dhaka Hualong Yan told UNB today. He said Bangladesh and China are working closely to deal with the situation amid the coronavirus outbreak. He said five Chinese companies are working to develop vaccine for coronavirus. Meanwhile, an inactivated Covid-19 vaccine candidate developed by the Institute of Medical…

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