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President Akufo-Addo assures parents of safety of their wards as school re-opens for final SHS

President Akufo-Addo has assured parents of the safety of their wards as SHS final year and form two Gold track students return to school today to prepare for their final examinations. SHS three students will be in school for six...

Health Ministry gets clearance to employ 8,076 nurses

The Ministry of Health has been given clearance to employ 8,076 nurse assistants who completed in 2017 in both clinical and preventives. Their employment, according to a letter dated June 9, 2020, from the Ministry of Finance and signed by...

NCCE receives support from Presidency to boost public education on COVID-19

The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), has received 50 Isuzu vehicles from the President, Nana Akufo Addo through the Office of the Chief of Staff to support the Commission's public education campaign on COVID-19. In addition, a sum of...

Burundi president dies of ‘cardiac arrest’ at 55

Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza, aged 55, has died after suffering a cardiac arrest, the government says. He was admitted to hospital on Saturday after feeling unwell, his condition improved but on Monday he had a cardiac arrest and efforts to...

NPP acclaims Akufo-Addo as its Presidential candidate for 2020 election

The NPP has acclaimed President Akufo-Addo, as its Presidential candidate for the 2020 general election. A statement issued and signed by the General Secretary, John Boadu said, “the party has resolved to acclaim the sole candidate who filed his nomination...

COVID-19: Day students in boarding SHSs to be made boarders

All final year day students in Senior High Schools (SHS) that have boarding facilities will now be accepted as boarders when schools reopen on Monday, June 22, 2020. This forms part of protocols for the reopening of schools to help...

President Akufo-Addo speaks on killing of George Floyd

President Akufo-Addo has expressed shock and disgust at the killing of an unarmed   African–American, George Floyd, by a caucasian Police Officer in the US. In a Facebook post, the President said the act brought back painful memories of how people of...

COVID-19: Ghana’s restrictions to be eased in phases starting with religious gatherings

President Akufo-Addo has reviewed the ban on social gatherings which were imposed as part of measures to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease. A total of 100 people can now attend church services and mosques for prayers with...

Ghana’s confirmed cases of COVID-19 reaches 8,070

One hundred and eighty-nine (189) new cases of the novel Coronavirus have been recorded, bringing Ghana’s case count to 8,070. One hundred and six (106) more persons have also recovered from the disease bringing the total number of recovered patients...

Reopening of schools: GNAT tenders 19 requests to government for consideration

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has put forward nineteen requests it wants government to fulfill before taking any decision to reopen schools. Topmost among the list is a reduction in class size, fumigation of all schools and education...

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Amponsah William qualifies for Africa Cross Country Championship

Ghana's long-distance runner William Amponsah has qualified for the Africa Cross Country Championship scheduled for Lome, Togo on March...

Hair creams can cause fibroids, infertility – Prof Agyemang Badu Akosa

African women and women of African descent who use hair straightening creams and lotions on their hair stand a higher risk of developing fibroid...

Robber, ex-convict jailed 39 years for robbery and rape

Prince Adu, a.k.a Dracula, 27, a notorious armed robber and an ex-convict has been caged again for 39 years imprisonment in hard labour for...

Minority demands clarity on Public Enterprises Ministry

The vetting of the Minister-designate for Public Enterprises, Mr. Joseph Cudjoe, was briefly put on hold after the Minority Group Leader questioned the legality...

Covid-19 vaccines to be deployed to health facilities, designated centres from March 2

Ghana is to begin the Covid-19 vaccination on March 2 as government takes delivery of 600,000 AstraZeneca doses today. The Information Minister-designate, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah...