Wednesday, October 27, 2021
The second edition of The Law Challenge has kicked off at the Executive Theatre of the premises TV3 Network in Accra. The Law Challenge is an educational quiz aimed at strengthening the connections within the law, legal education, business community and society. The Project Consultant, Rev. Moses Ansah Barnor Ankra, said,...
The default position on providing education largely rest on every government. It is one of the reasons why people are taxed so that the state can provide social services which include education and basic healthcare. In most advanced jurisdiction, education from primary to high school in public schools are...
Education has been identified as the ultimate route to escape poverty. It is widely held that if you attend school, graduate, and get a lucrative job, your economic status will automatically be boosted or improved. This is still the case in today’s competitive world. However, it is hugely dependent...
Vivo Energy Ghana, the exclusive distributor and marketer of Shell-branded fuels and lubricants in Ghana, has launched the ‘Vivo Energy Community Digital Literacy Project’ to increase access to relevant educational content through technology among schoolchildren. The pilot project is in partnership with Worldreader and the Northern Regional Library Authority, and...
… seeks to boost youth employment prospects Absa Bank Ghana continues to show its commitment to addressing critical skills development as it announces a partnership with Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) to make e-learning resources on skills development accessible to 10,000 young Ghanaians. Through the partnership, the youth will have the opportunity...
In the second episode of my "Why I Love Africa (WILOA) Series" for the Business and Financial Times, I focussed on the Durban University of Technology (DUT) and how I visited that innovative university in February 2020 in Durban as part of a whistle stop in Durban, Bloemfontein, and...
The 1991/93 year-group of Bishop Herman Old Boys Union (BHOBU 91/93) solved one of the many challenges facing the school when they presented close to 70 pieces Information Technology equipment to the school. The devices include 53 desktop computers and accessories, 15 laptops and a projector to equip the school’s...
Title: The Real Estate Market in Ghana – An Emerging Market in Sub-Saharan Africa Author: Dr. Wilfred K. Anim-Odame, FGhIS, MRICS Reviewer: Dr. Maxwell Opoku-Afari, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Ghana The Global Financial Crisis of 2007-8 was the result of inadequate regulation of both the real estate and financial markets. In...
Technology education and skills development should not be the preserve of the affluent in our society, it must be democratized and accessible by all. This is because emerging technology skills are now essential tools for employment in the 21st century and in the next decade may become a requirement...
The first president of Ghana built many institutions of learning during his nine-year tenure as the nation’s leader. In building those institutions, “he insisted that staff and students of all places of learning and research should keep in close touch with the life of the people. There should be...
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