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Palestinians fear more Arab countries to follow suit after Israel-UAE deal

The recent normalization deal reached between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) sparks fear that more Arab countries may achieve similar deals with...
Michel Martelly

According To Studies, Michel Martelly And Jovenel Moise’s Presidency Failed Haiti

On January 12th, 2010, a magnitude 7.0MW earthquake hit Haiti and caused major damage in Port-au-Prince, Jacmel and other cities in the region. Notable...

Youth urged to take their studies seriously

The youth have been urged to take their studies seriously to achieve their future aspirations and effectively contribute their quota to national development. ...

Studies Indicates Rising Trend in Child Migration

A study conducted on children on the Move Young Migrants suggests for revision of existing legal frameworks and the development of innovative policies and...

KNUST formulates policy documents to serve as guidance to graduate studies

Authorities of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), have developed policy documents to guide the conduct of graduate studies. Professor Kwasi Obiri-Danso,...

AIDS Commission Session studies US Military Research on HIV

The Ghana AIDS Commission has set May 8-11 for the fourth National HIV and Research Conference (NHARCON) to enable players in the sector to...
ghana peace

Lets strengthen our Ghanaian identity

We must re-invigorate the Ghanaian identity A Senior Lecturer at the Centre for African and International Studies of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Mr...
Education - MCE Day

MCE task students to concentrate on their studies – MCE

Mrs Justina Marigold Assan, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Agona West, said the Assembly will collaborate with churches, mosques and traditional leaders to...

MMDAs urged to take resource mobilization seriously

Mr Ishmael Ashitey, the Greater Accra Regional Minister, has asked Metropolitan and Municipal District Assemblies (MMDAs) to double their efforts in mobilising resources in...
Togo Protest

International CSOs Urged to Intervene In Togo’s Crisis

Mr Harrison Kofi Belley, a Governance Studies Lecturer, Evangelical Presbyterian University College (EPUC) in Ho, has called on international Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to...
Students at Coventry University

65 Ghanaian students to continue their education via Chinese grant

The Chinese government has offered scholarships to 65 Ghanaian students for further education in various fields in Chinese institutions of higher learning in the...

11 tips on how to enjoy university life

University could be termed as a second 'home' from home, as it's apparent for high school leavers across the country apply for admission, when...

Prof Nokoe encourage institutions to pursue revenue mobilization

Professor Kaku Sagary Nokoe, the former Acting Vice Chancellor of University for Development Studies, has suggested that institutions should initiate internal revenue generation procedures...

Africans Asked To Take Clue From Happenings In Biblical History

Reverend Professor Eric Nii Bortey Hatsu Anum, has urged Africans to take a clue from the happenings in Biblical history as they continued to...
George Blankson, Commissioner- General, Ghana Revenue Authority

Staff Of GRA Praise Outgoing Commissioner-General

Mr Emmanuel Kofi Nti, a Tax Policy Advisor, is the new Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). He took up the role on Friday...

WFD Implement Cross-Party Briefing For Parliamentarians

Ms Majda El Bied, Senior Programme Officer for Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) has stated that the WFD intends to support institutional strengthening of...
Agriculture tractor plowing field

Ghana underutilizing agricultural land

Globally, some 43.7 million hectares of agricultural land are said to be under organic cultivation, with Africa having only three percent of that. A market...
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Dep. Minister asks students to remain focused and not distracted

This, according to the Deputy Minister of Education in charge of Tertiary, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, will help students focus more on their studies...

Government Asked to Pay Grants & Bursaries to Students

A national presidential hopeful of the Graduates Students Association (GRASAG), Mr. Richmond Yaw Yeboah, is calling on government to as a matter of...
Western Illinois University

Western Illinois University scraps of some degree programs

Programs dealing with these important areas of academic research would continue on a downgraded level. The decision to cut these programs was made by the...

All Gambling Centres To Close Down In Ahanta West

The District Assembly is putting in place a number of stringent measures in place to ensure that the youth in the District took education...
Presiding Member in the middle whiles extreme left is Mr Sam Atukwei Quaye with some traditional leaders at Adjen Kotoku Senior High School.

Ofankor Mantse Advises Students To Be Obedient

He said that is the only way they could become good and useful citizens for the country. Nii Klotey Boi said this when he and...
Aedes mosquito is the vector responsible for a the Zika virus.

China studies possible infection over 3rd reported Zika Case

It was confirmed on Friday that a 38-year-old man, who had traveled to the city of Yiwu in Zhejiang on Feb. 15 from...
Technical University College of Tamale

TUCT working to meet requirements of National Accreditation Board

Naa Professor Arkitect Abubakr Al-Hassan, Principal of TUCT, who announced this during the college’s fourth congregation at Dungu, near Tamale, said TUCT had received...

UDS graduates 1,200 students

He said government cannot continue to be the largest employer due to the huge increases of graduate trainees from the country’s tertiary institutions yearly,...

Assembly Women trained on how to fulfill campaign promises

The two-day training workshop discussed among others strategies how to fulfill campaign promises, how to mobilise resources and how to reconcile with people who...
YFM Dialogues with the Youth

Youth asked to get back on track

The Minister who is also a member of the Ghana Writers Association asked Ghanaians to be proud of their country and urged all to...
DepSec Harden & Agric Minister Fiifi Kwetey

Ghana’s Poultry industry receive support from USDA

“It is not about producing chicken, it is about processing, refrigeration, getting products to the market; it’s adding value for producers,” Ms Krysta Harden,...

Antonio Banderas Goes Back to School to Study Fashion

Antonio Banderas is back to school. The 55-year-old actor is looking to master fashion design to add to his range of talents. He has...

Uganda Government looks into taxes plea of private schools

?You sent me and I conveyed your message to cabinet. URA said they are only taxing the profits that you make. But again, when...