Tagged: South Africa

‘Report: Moroccan teachers lowest paid in the Arab world, after Algeria,’ Hespress (Morocco), 30 April 2014

An American report of teacher salaries in fourteen different countries places Moroccan teachers as the second lowest paid in the Arab world, just ahead of Algeria, earning an average monthly wage of $512. Continue reading

Ottawa – Canadian Prime Minister: The world lost one of its greatest statesmen with Mandela’s passing, Arab News (Canada), 7 December 2013

Screen Shot 2013-12-07 at 10.13.51 AMCanadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper added his voice to the chorus of praise from world leaders about Nelson Mandela’s legacy. Harper, like many of his counterparts, was involved with groups that advocated to keep Mandela in prison during his 27-year sentence. Mandela’s passing has brought about a flurry of hypocritical statements from world leaders like PM Harper who actively supported Apartheid-era South Africa.

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Fatah: Mandela a global leader and with his passing our people have lost a great friend, Ma’an (Palestine), 6 December 2013

From Palestine, Fatah released statements regarding the passing last night of Nelson Mandela. Fatah expressed its condolences to the South African people for the loss of a great world leader, highlighting his support for the Palestinian cause and friendship with the late Yasser Arafat.

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