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Some final year students denied entry to school premises for reporting late

Reports indicate that some final year students of Suhum Secondary Technical and other Senior High Schools in the area were denied entry into the school premises for reporting late. This...

Govt absorbs examination fees of 313,837 SHS three finalists

As the finalists of the Senior High Schools return to School on Monday, June 22, to complete their courses, the Government has announced the absorbing of their WASSCE fees,...

Government presents over 1000 vehicles to SHSs

Government has made available 350 buses and 840 pickup vehicles to Senior High Schools (SHSs) that could not receive vehicles in 2016, President Akufo-Addo announced Sunday. Government had also absorbed...

Schools in Hohoe are safe for reopening- GES

The Hohoe Municipal Director of Education, Madam Gladys Amenya, has assured that second-cycle and basic schools in the Municipality are safe and prepared for reopening to final year students...

GES lauds Ghana Accountability for Learning Outcome Project

Deputy Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Dr. Kwamena Tandoh says the GES is confident that the Ghana Accountability for Learning Outcome Project, GALOP, will improve the management...

JHS students to spend four hours in school during re-opening

Final year Junior High School (JHS) students preparing to write the Basic Education Certificate (BECE) are to spend four hours in school daily, with a maximum of 30 students...

Government to recruit 27,000 more teachers

Government has given clearance for twenty-seven thousand teachers to be recruited. President Akufo-Addo announced this at the Jubilee House when he met Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools, CHASS. Meanwhile, final year...

President Akufo-Addo launches GALOP initiative for 10,000 low-performing basic schools

The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has launched the Ghana Accountability and Learning Outcomes Project (GALOP), which will help drive standards and quality in some ten thousand low-performing basic...

COVID19: Adaklu MP advises students against care-free lifestyle

The Member of Parliament for Adaklu, Mr. Kwame Agbodza, has cautioned students against 'care-free' lifestyles in school in the wake of COVID19. He said the spread of the virus was...

University of Cape Coast appoints new Vice-Chancellor, new Registrar

The University of Cape Coast (UCC), has appointed Prof Johnson Nyarko Boampong as the new Vice-Chancellor of the University. He takes over from the incumbent Vice-Chancellor, Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah,...

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Africa

COVID-19: 40 South Africa soldiers test positive

The South Africa Defence Force (SANDF) has confirmed that at least 40 of its officers have tested positive for coronavirus. "Like all other front-line workers,...

Sierra Leone doctors’ strike leaves COVID-19 patients without care

A doctors' strike in Sierra Leone has left Covid-19 patients in some of the main treatment centres without care. The doctors say they were promised...

World

Japan flooding: Many feared dead in flooded care home

Fifteen people are believed dead and nine are missing on Japan's southern island of Kyushu as devastating rains cause flooding and landslides. Fourteen victims were...

Khashoggi murder: Turkish absentia trial of 20 Saudis opens

Twenty Saudi nationals have gone on trial in absentia in Turkey over the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He was killed inside the Saudi...