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Parliament Approves UDS Wa Campus Conversion

Parliament has endorsed the conversion of the Wa Campus of the University of Development Studies (UDS) into an autonomous university. The new university, newseraonline.com, is informed, is to be known as the University of Business and Integrated Development Studies. Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, Prof. Kwesi Yankah,...

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Stop Using Children For Farm Work – Employment Minister

Minister for Employment and Labour Relations Ignatius Baffour Awuah has advised parents to desist from using their children for farm works. He said children should be given ample time to study at home to improve their academic performance, without involving them in excessive farming activities. The minister gave the advice...

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Ghana’s first female scientist launches book

Ghana first female scientist, Dr Letitia E. Obeng, has made another scholarly breakthrough with the launch of her latest book, titled Anthology of a Lifetime. The 381-page book is a compilation of some of the distinguished scientist’s talks, speeches, writings and publications within the last 60 years. The book also...

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Empower Young People To Achieve the SDGs – UNDP

The acting Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programmes (UNDP), Rokya Ye Dieng, has urged development actors, especially the private sector to support efforts to empower young people and engage them in active participation in development processes towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). She made the...

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Atta Mills Presidential Library rotting away

The John Evans Atta Mills Presidential Library, a memorial and research facility in Cape Coast which was completed and inaugurated about three years ago, is rotting away. The development stems from the resolve of the contractor who executed the project to hold on to the keys for alleged non-payment for...

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Gh¢ 88m, £76m Boost For STEM Education In Ghana

A cabinet approval has been made for two major initiatives to boost Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education in Ghana. The initiatives are targeting basic and senior high schools. Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah made the disclosure to the media on Tuesday, 18th June, 2019 in Accra. He said...

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More teachers pass licensure exams

Eight thousand and eighty nine out of the 12,076 teachers who wrote the second teacher licensure examination have passed. The figure represents a 67 per cent pass, with 3,987 candidates, representing 33 per cent, failing. The acting Executive Secretary of the National Teaching Council (NTC), Mr Christian Addai-Poku, who disclosed...

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