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NORTH AFRICA : Language in universities – No one-size-fits-all solution

As Algeria moves to replace French with English in universities, in neighbouring Morocco lawmakers have passed a draft education law that will pave the way for strengthening French in pre-university education, overturning decades of Arabisation and raising concerns about threats to cultural identity …

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AFRICA Fake news on the rise – What can universities do?

“African universities have not caught up on tackling fake news, either as research, teaching or …