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Saturday, September 21, 2019

18th September, 2019

The two national dailies; the Daily Graphic and the Ghanaian Times say it is time the pains of the families of the missing Takoradi girls are assuaged. The papers...

17th September, 2019

The Daily Graphic commends the Electoral Commission for extending the Exhibition of the Voters Register by three days. It says much as the EC recognizes the challenges therein, hence...

16th September, 2019

The Computerised Schools Selection and Placement system is the focus of the Daily Graphic's editorial. The paper believes it is high time innovative measures were deployed to address challenges...

14th September, 2019

The Daily Graphic commends moves by the Ministry of Finance to support Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to automate the collection of revenues to increase their Internally Generated...

13th September, 2019

THE DAILY GRAPHIC is worried that one of the main challenges that faced the SSNIT students loan scheme,default in repayment,is once again threatening the sustainability and smooth running of...

12th September, 2019

The Ghanaian Times shares concerns about corruption in the public sector in Ghana and it is the Paper resolve to help government, state agencies and institutions to clamp down...

11th September, 2019

The Ghanaian Times welcomes all kids to 'My First Day at School' which was marked yesterday across the country. The paper says the first day at school is full...

10th September, 2019

The Daily Graphic expresses the need to boost the fight against corruption. It describes corruption as one of the most destructive impediments to economic and social development. The paper...

9th September, 2019

DAILY GRAPHIC: pays tribute to the late former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe. The paper, shares the view of those who want to remember him for his contribution to the...

7th September, 2019

The Daily Graphic is of the view that preventing a student from participating in any academic work because the parent or guardian could not afford to pay a levy...

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