Category Archives: Education

La privation d’internat aux élèves des langues ne fait pas l’unanimité


Après des inquiétudes concernant le plan de réduire le nombre d’élèves internes surtout ceux de sections des langues soulevées par les parlementaires en fin de semaine dernière lors des questions orales à la ministre de l’éducation nationale  à l’hémicycle de KIGOBE, le président de la coalition BAFASHEBIGE Jean SAMANDARI s’indigne contre cette proposition.

Mal de dos et TMS: Comment nos nouvelles façons de travailler génèrent de nouvelles douleurs

llustration d’une salariée souffrant de mal de dos. — AIRIO/LEHTIKUVA OY/SIPA

Conduire un camion ou soulever des patients toute la journée va solliciter davantage votre corps que répondre au téléphone assis toute la journée. Mais si les maux physiques sont courants pour des chauffeurs, caissières et coiffeurs, les salariés du tertiaire ne sont pas épargnés par les troubles musculo-squelettiques (TMS). Ces pathologies (syndrome du canal carpien, lombalgie, tendinites…) touchent environ un travailleur sur dix et ont été à l’origine en 2010 en France de 9,7 millions de journées d’arrêt de travail


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Coffee production taking the lead in Burundi [Business Africa]

This week, we see how the public-private partnership has succeeded in reviving the coffee sector in Burundi and in setting up many cooperatives.

Why Uganda is the ‘world’s fittest country’

Uganda is the most physically active nation in the world, according to a recent report by the World Health Organization. The BBC’s Patience Atuhaire went to find out why.

The 27-minute morning routine that could change your life, according to science

If you’ve ever woken up on the wrong side of the bed only to find it impacts your entire day, the good news is that simple changes when you first wake up can help get your mood back on track and increase your overall happiness.

Heartburn: This is what causes acid reflux and how you can treat it

You’ve probably experienced heartburn before, but some people may not know what causes the uncomfortable burning feeling in their chest.

Africa’s young female ministers: Mali follows Botswana, Zimbabwe

Mali’s president, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita on Monday named Kamissa Camara as his new foreign minister, joining a 33 member cabinet tasked with restoring peace and rebuilding the economy in Keita’s second and final term.

Photos: Seven African leaders who did not wear suits during China summit


Of the over African fifty heads of state and government who attended the just ended China – Africa cooperation summit in Beijing, there was no female leader.

How to remove dangerous malware from your android device

If you use the internet or collect data from other phone users, then, there’s a very good chance you will get your device exposed to harmful malware that can damage your phone or device.