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Student crosses border for a third time in pursuit of education

EDUCATION

“First of all, the fee is too high. Here we pay nothing. But in Somalia, it ranges from Sh4,000 to Sh15,000 per term. My father was unable to afford this,” Rahma said.

 Student crosses border for a third time in pursuit of education

By Daniel Wesangula | 4 years ago

I was condemned unfairly over 'girls' remark, Nobel winner says

I was condemned unfairly over 'girls' remark, Nobel winner says

Words have incredible power; they can make hearts soar or sore. Last week, a speech of about 40 words stung hearts when Nobel Laureate Tim Hunt spoke at a lunch hosted by the 9th World Conference of Science Journalists at COEX in Seoul, South Korea.

Joy Wanja Muraya | 5 years ago

British Nobel laureate quits job after remark on girls

A British Nobel laureate has resigned as a professor at a London university after saying women scientists should work in segregated laboratories. Tim Hunt, 72, also told the conference he had a reputation for being a chauvinist.

Correspondent | 5 years ago

Prof Maathai: Warrior for justice with a vision for the future

Last Thursday, I was privileged to participate at the well-attended third anniversary of the late Nobel Laureate Wangari Maathai, best remembered for being a trail blazer and champion on key issues relating to environment and democracy in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Njoki Ndung'u | 6 years ago

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