Water shortage: Expert calls for active implementation of National Water Policy

Water shortage: Expert calls for active implementation of National Water Policy

Water Resources Expert, Dr Osman Alhassan, says the threat of water scarcity, due to climate change and the pollution water bodies, calls for a water harvesting culture. “We need to do a lot concerning water harvesting and I think it

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Jubilee FPSO shutdown won’t affect power supply – VRA

Jubilee FPSO shutdown won’t affect power supply – VRA

The Volta River Authority (VRA) says Thursday’s shutdown of the Jubilee FPSO for routine maintenance will not affect the supply of power from the Aboadze enclave. The VRA has said in a statement dated January 1, 2018, that it has

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South Africa gold mine: All 955 trapped workers freed

South Africa gold mine: All 955 trapped workers freed

All 955 workers from a gold mine in South Africa have been safely brought back to the surface. They had been trapped underground since a power cut struck on Wednesday night. “Everybody’s out,” said James Wellsted, a spokesman for the

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When the teacher indulges in sexual misconduct

When the teacher indulges in sexual misconduct

Introduction The teacher, under no circumstance, should be linked to any form of misconduct, be it sexual misconduct or whatever. Aside from being a dispenser of knowledge, the teacher performs and must be seen to have been performing the role

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GHS receives Samsung tablets for improved health information management

GHS receives Samsung tablets for improved health information management

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has taken delivery of 2,590 Samsung Android tablets that have special inbuilt e-tracking software devices to support the digitisation of Ghana’s District Health Information Management System (DHIMS-2). Dr Anthony Nsiah-Asare, the Director-General of the Ghana

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Wa: Pupils learn under trees after contractor abandons school project

Wa: Pupils learn under trees after contractor abandons school project

The construction of a six-unit classroom block and a teachers’ bungalow for Tousa L/A Primary School awarded on contract in 2011 has been abandoned, forcing pupils and teachers to undertake lessons under trees and in dilapidated blocks. The School with

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950 miners trapped after power cut

950 miners trapped after power cut

About 950 workers remain trapped in a gold mine in South Africa after a storm caused a power cut, preventing them from getting out. Without electricity, lifts could not bring the night shift workers to the surface, but they “appear

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Dog in the US approved for unemployment benefits

Dog in the US approved for unemployment benefits

In a mix-up at the Michigan unemployment office, a dog was approved for unemployment benefits. Attorney Michael Haddock told WZZM-TV this week that he received a notice from the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency in the mail that said “Michael Ryder”

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James Town gets new Chief

James Town gets new Chief

Kingmakers and heads of the Ngleshie Alata Traditional Area have customarily installed and enstooled Dr Prince William Ashely Bruce-Quaye as the James Town chief. His stool name shall be Oblempong Nii Wetse Kojo II. Dr Prince William Ashely Bruce-Quaye is

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French referee banned 6 months for kicking player

French referee banned 6 months for kicking player

A referee who aimed a kick at a player then sent him off has been banned for six months, half of which is suspended. Tony Chapron fell to the ground when his heels were clipped – apparently accidently – by

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