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2012-04-12 07:55:25 Yaounde - Private Teachers' Colleges Under Scrutiny [Cameroon Tribune] The Secretary of Sate for Secondary Education in charge of Teacher Training, Mounouna Foutsou paid a working visit to some private teachers' training colleges and technical teachers' training colleges in the Mfoundi Division of the Centre Region on Monday April 9, 2012. The objective of the visit was to ensure the effective take off of the Third Term of the 2011-2012 academic year.

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Wednesday, 05-27-15, 16:49Joint Letter Re: Prosecution of Rafael Marques de Morais[HRW] His Excellency José Eduardo dos Santos
Wednesday, 05-27-15, 16:45Senegal Reaps Lots of Benefits From King Mohammed VI's One-Week Visit[The Point] After an extended one-week visit by King Mohammed VI of Morocco, Senegal stands to reap quite a lot of benefits from Moroccan goodwill in the form of various economic projects and bilateral cooperation.
Wednesday, 05-27-15, 16:35GPA - Bissau Ports MOU On Course[The Point] A six-member delegation from Bissau ports is currently in The Gambia for a two-week training session to train staff of the Gambia Ports Authority (GPA) on making cargo nets.
Wednesday, 05-27-15, 15:30Burundi - Crowd Fundraising Needed for Elections[Cameroon Tribune] Reports say the appeal for funds was made on the government's official Facebook page.
Wednesday, 05-27-15, 15:12The Ascendance of 'Development Fetishism'[Addis Standard] In its literal definition, the term development is generally understood to mean an intentionally conceived course of action that aims to realize the full potential of a given population. Though previously the notion of planned development was largely confined to communist countries, it now seems to have drawn some attention across the board.

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