Sunday, January 16, 2022
The Technical University Teachers Association of Ghana (TUTAG) has asked members not to return to classrooms until government meets their demands. According to the executives, the government and the National Labour Commission both failed to address their concerns since 2006 and therefore have no option than to embark on the...
As government’s comprehensive and holistic response to employment and job creation remains anchored on the private sector, Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta, has expressed worry about chunks of new tertiary and university entrants, enrolling in programmes in sectors with no or little growth in the labour market. This phenomenon, according...
The Mohinani Group has selected 37 basic and junior high schools within the Greater Accra Region, to participate in the 5th annual waste management and recycling competition. The competition, which seeks to support environmental education in basic and junior high schools, reward schools for their collection and innovation with recyclable...
In a bid to take fashion exhibition to a new level, Angilo Institute of fashion has launched its maiden edition of street fashion exhibition to showcase intricate Ghanaian and African designs created by its students in a street fashion show dubbed ‘Angilo fashion to the world’. The event which drew a...
Ashesi University has launched a research project with McGill University to understand the pathways from experiential education to the entrepreneurial actions of their students and graduates. The research, a Mastercard Foundation (MCF) Partner Research Fund (PRF) sponsored project, primarily focuses on MCF Scholarship beneficiaries and provides an opportunity to study...
Nana Afrifa Foundation (NAF), a not-for profit organisation, has cut the sod for construction of a six-unit classroom block for the St. Andrew Primary School at Juaso in the Asante-Akim South Municipality as part of its efforts to provide quality education infrastructure to deprived communities. The school’s plight came to...
Following the President’s directive that tertiary institutions be reopened this week for continuing students, the Ministry of Education (MoE) in collaboration with Zoomlion Ghana Limited (ZGL) undertook  the second phase of disinfecting all tertiary institutions across the country. The nationwide exercise started simultaneously on Friday in about five regions. These...
Nana Yaw Oti Boateng, 15-year-old Ghanaian boy based in the United Kingdom was adjudged as the Phenomenal Abrantie of the Year at the JSA Phenomenal Abrantie Academy Graduation organized by Junior Shapers Africa (JSA). The graduation event held virtually also coincided with the fifth anniversary celebration of the organization. JSA...
All is set for the official launch of ‘The Wish List: Thoughts that can shape society’, a book by award-winning PR practitioner, blogger and columnist Georgina Asare Fiagbenu on Thursday, November 5, 2020, at the Accra City Hotel. The seasoned communications expert, who was adjudged Public Relations (PR) Discovery by...
The 72nd Annual New Year School and Conference has ended with a call on government to establish a health infrastructure fund. Through such a Fund, resources could be dedicated for the creation of more laboratories, isolation and treatment centres, infectious disease control units, and public health facilities across the country. A...
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