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Monday, June 25, 2018

Osu Mantse Chairs Ghana Reads! On World Book Day

World Book Day, on the 23rd April, 2018 and as part of Ghana Reads Initiative to honor well deserving individuals and institutions who are doing well...

Flogged Girl Case: Human Rights Activist Condemns DOVVSU Over Foot-Dragging

A Project Manager of Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, Gideon Neequaye, has frowned at the Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit  (DOVVSU) for delaying in...

10 University Students, 3 Others Arrested For Writing Exams For WASSCE Candidates

Thirteen (13) university Students are in the grips of the Akyem Oda Police Command for allegedly sitting the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate...

Ghanaians’ Attitude Makes It Difficult To preach Against Corporal Punishment – Child Rights Int

The Child Rights International has observed with sadness that the attitude and belief of Ghanaians makes it difficult for one to kick against corporal...

NSA Suspension: DYMOG Commends President’s Move But Urges Him To Do More

Members of The Dynamic Youth Movement Of Ghana (DYMOG), have commended the President's move in suspending the the Chairperson of the Board of the National...

Legon:10 Arrested Over Katanga, Commonwealth Hall Clash

The Legon Police and the East Legon Police have jointly picked up ten (10) students from the University of Ghana in connection with a...

Gov’t Urged To Link Education To Ghana’s Economic Needs

The Ranking Member on the Education Committee in Parliament, Peter Nortsu-Kotoe says government needs to modify the country’s education system to meet the economic...

Gov’t To Set Up 22 Skills Councils

Government will soon establish twenty (22) Sector Skills Councils (SSCs) to develop occupational standards and skills solutions for their industry sectors. The SSCs are critical...

Prophetess Arrested For Burning WASSCE Candidate During Prayers

A popular Prophetess at Breman Bedum in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District in the Central region is in the grips of the police after...

Bolgatanga: Basic School Pupils Lie On Floor To Study

Hundreds of pupils from the age of five (5) to twelve (12) are forced to lie on the floor to study in the absence...