Posts Categorized: Central Africa

Date Posted: November 26, 2014

The first lunar mission to the moon by Africa has been announced and is being spearheaded by the Foundation for Space Development located in Capetown, South Africa. The campaign is being almost entirely crowdfunded and has rapidly build up popularity online through the hashtag #Africa2Moon.   The move is being utilized to inspire the African… Read more »

Date Posted: October 17, 2014

SeekTeachers is proud to announce that it is working with proactive charity African Revival, the charity focuses its efforts on community schools in Zambia and Uganda that have been set up by the locals to help teach their children where resources are scarce. The determination these communities have shown to teach their young students and… Read more »

Date Posted: October 06, 2014

We’ve always been aware of how badly the world needs to be educated and how important a resource for the world a teacher’s capabilities are. But recent days have shed light on just how important teachers are in today’s world. We have a myriad of problems plaguing the planet that can be solved ever so… Read more »

Date Posted: August 14, 2014

Just recently, Russia launched a celebration of Africa’s cultural heritage in Moscow entitled “Afrofest 2014”. The celebration displays traditional dances, games and food as well as contemporary films and entertainment from 40 countries across the continent. “Russians don’t know what Africa is.” The House of Africa Organization’s President, Serge Phocas Odunlami, said.   Odunlami stated… Read more »

Date Posted: July 10, 2014

It’s no doubt that Nigeria is rapidly rising to become a global superpower due to its discovery of oil and stabilization of government and education facilities. But now more than ever, Nigeria’s progress has skyrocketed especially fast thanks to a couple of new developments in the country.   First and foremost, the country has obtained… Read more »

Date Posted: June 18, 2014

The first of its kind, the Cliqlite by Etisalat Nigeria aims to bring e-learning to children and is aimed for curious minds between the ages of eight and fifteen. The product includes parental controls that allow parents to easily and simply restrict access to unsuitable content for their children, meaning that they can enjoy peace… Read more »

Date Posted: April 16, 2014

Due to the wide amount of influences the country has experienced over the course of the last two thousand years, Africa has some of the most diverse foodstuffs and some of the most varied cuisine and culinary techniques on the planet and sees the types of dishes split into five main categories including Central, East,… Read more »

Date Posted: March 11, 2014 is delighted to receive feedback from a teacher we recently recruited in Lusaka, Zambia. Owen placed Shelagh in January 2013 and she is delighted with her experience. As previously blogged, teaching in Africa is FAST on the rise. Shelagh is a well seasoned international teacher who has experience of working in Africa also. Well read the below… Read more »

Date Posted: March 11, 2014

Teachers and most general people are not aware of the current economic system in the world. Both the UK and America are decreasing fast and the likes of the UAE and Africa are shooting up. Qatar was recently named the richest country in the world because of natural reserves like oil and gas. Nigeria is… Read more »

Date Posted: March 11, 2014

Africa, a land so vast, so urban, so untouched, with beautiful nature, wildlife and poverty in many parts with no scope for development. Well that’s the media likes to keep portraying!   It’s time to wake up teachers, Africa is on the move!   The SeekTeachers team recently attended a conference with the “Friends of Africa… Read more »