Wednesday, September 18, 2019

51-year-old trader takes advantage of Free SHS

Comfort Nutsugah, a 51-year old trader, has taken advantage of government’s Free Senior High School Policy to further her education. Ms. Nutsugah, a mother of six, who sells used clothing after school hours, is a first-year General...

Ghana Library, Book Aid International mark International Literacy Day

Ghana Library Authority in collaboration with Book Aid International has marked2019 International Literacy Day in Koforidua in the Eastern Region, to highlight the country’s progress in public and school library development. This year’s celebration is...

Katanga must remain Male Hall – Govt to KNUST Council

Government has urged the authorities at the Kwame Nkrumah Universities of Science and Technology to reconsider the decision to convert the Katanga Hall from an all male hall to a mixed one. In a statement,...

NAGRAT Strike: Blacklegs will be chased from Classrooms – Leaders warn

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has served a very strong warning that members found working in the course of the ongoing strike action declared Thursday would be chased out of the classrooms. NAGRAT...

Another Headmaster sacked for ‘sabotaging’ Free SHS 

The Headmaster of Donkokrom Senior High School, John Mensah Dzokoto, has been sacked by the Ministry of Education through the Ghana Education Service. The Headmaster was transferred from Klo Agogo Senior High School in the...

We’ll fight Otumfuo if he endorses Hall conversion – Katanga alumni

The alumni of the University Hall of the KNUST has vowed to challenge the Ottumfuo Asantehene Osei Tutu the second should he endorse the conversion of Katanga Hall into a mixed hall. The alumnus is...

Ghanaian Agric students complete agro studies training in Israel

Fifty students from Ghana were among 1600 students from Asia, Africa, and South America to successfully complete the annual AgroStudies project in Israel on Monday, 2 September. The AgroStudies training is a joint project organized...

NAGRAT declares nationwide strike

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) of Ghana has declared a nationwide strike. NAGRAT said there are a lot of issues “negatively affecting the Ghanaian teacher” which must be addressed hence their decision to...

GES sacks Aggrey Memorial head for ‘sabotage’

The headmaster of Aggrey Memorial Zion Senior High School in Cape Coast Rev. Dr Franklin Buadu has been relieved of his job by the Ministry of Education acting through the Ghana Education Service. The head...

UEW gets new Governing Council

The Minister of Education Mathew Opoku Prempeh has inaugurated a new governing Council for the University of Education Winneba. The inauguration was done at the office of the minister in Accra Thursday. The development brings to...