Guinea universities ‘have 47,000 fake students’

The authorities in Guinea have said there are more than 47,000 fake students registered in the country's universities. The figures were published on Thursday by the Minister of Higher Education after a process of biometric...

Gh¢252m earmarked to restore ‘allawa’ of 120k nurses, teachers

The government has allocated Gh¢252.2 million in the 2017 Budget to take care of reinstituted allowances for teacher and trainee nurses. The allowances which were abolished during the John Mahama administration will be fully restored...

Teachers angered by GNAT’s increased mutual fund deductions

Some basic school teachers in the Ho municipality of the Volta region are angry with managers of the Teachers Fund for increasing their monthly contributions to the fund without consulting them. The fund, run by...

Vivo Energy gives to Otumfuo Educ Trust Fund

Vivo Energy Ghana, the award-winning licensee of the Shell brand in Ghana, has donated to the Otumfuo Education Trust Fund during a courtesy call on the King of the Asante Kingdom, His Royal Majesty...

BECE, WASSCE Passco app launched

Candidates sitting the Basic Education Certificate Examinations or WASSCE can now access past questions using a mobile app. The “Free Passco” app which will be accessible on Smart phones will offer students the opportunity to...

‘Suicide’ student didn’t fail exams – KNUST

The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of KNUST, Kwame Yeboah, has dismissed  reports that the 18-year-old first year student, Adwoa Anyimadu-Antwi, committed suicide for failing one of her papers and was jilted by her boyfriend. Earlier reports...

Gov’t yet to pay Book and Research Allowances – UTAG

Public University lecturers in Ghana are yet to receive their Book and Research Allowances, despite announcement by government that it released GHc55 million to pay them. Minister for Education, Mathew Opoku Prempeh over the weekend...

Photos: Mahama visits Johannesburg University

Former president John Mahama has visited the University of Johannesburg as part of his visit of South Africa. In an interaction with the Vice Chancellor of the University of Johannesburg, the Deputy VC, Heads of...

StarLife Assurance donates bus to Uni of Ghana

StarLife Assurance has donated a mini bus to the University of Ghana as part of efforts to facilitate the movement of students with special needs. The bus worth Gh¢160,000 was handed to the Office of...

Uni of Leicester partners IDEC to offer Degree programmes in Ghana

The International Distance Education Centre (IDEC) has reached an agreement with the University of Leicester to facilitate the delivery of undergraduate and post graduate programmes via distance learning in Ghana. Under this agreement, IDEC will...