GES sacks Aggrey Memorial head for ‘sabotage’

GES sacks Aggrey Memorial head for ‘sabotage’

he headmaster of Aggrey Memorial Zion Senior High School in Cape Coast Rev. Dr Franklin Buadu has been relieved of his job by the Ministry of Education acting through the Ghana Education Service. The head has lost his job for

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Book publishers in huge debt following curriculum change

Book publishers in huge debt following curriculum change

The Ghana Book Publishers Association is calling on the government to come to the aid of its members to mitigate their losses, following the introduction of a new curriculum. Speaking to Joy News’s Joseph Ackah Blay, Thursday, President of the

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NAGRAT declares strike

NAGRAT declares strike

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has declared a strike over what it terms as untold pressure and hardship brought on to teachers by the newly introduced human resource management information system. (HRMIS). According to NAGRAT President, Angel Carbonu, the HRMIS acquired by

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Probe Domelevo’s ‘stinking’ GHS6m Audit Service Toyota cars or we ‘fight’ you – AFAG to AG

Probe Domelevo’s ‘stinking’ GHS6m Audit Service Toyota cars or we ‘fight’ you – AFAG to AG

The Auditor-General, Mr Daniel Domelevo, has been accused of procurement breaches in the purchase of some Toyota vehicles for the Audit Service. Pressure group Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG) said on Thursday, 5 September 2019 that it has sufficient evidence

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Cocoa price: Rainy days ahead – Cocobod CEO to farmers

Cocoa price: Rainy days ahead – Cocobod CEO to farmers

The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has given hints that the country’s cocoa farmers would soon have something to smile about in the coming days as far as the pricing of cocoa beans for the 2020/2021 season is concerned. According to

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You can’t deposit or withdraw money without these three items – Bank of Ghana warns

You can’t deposit or withdraw money without these three items – Bank of Ghana warns

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has directed banks and other specialised deposit-taking institutions to ensure that people who deposit money into and/or withdraw same from accounts that are not theirs provide their “full personal details” to the transacting institution. In

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Arabic not part of basic school curriculum — GES

Arabic not part of basic school curriculum — GES

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has stated that it has no intention of introducing Arabic in primary school. It explained that the subjects to be studied in literacy component under the curriculum review for primary six were English Language, Ghanaian

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Video: NDC supporters besiege party offices, burn tyres in protest of MP’s re-election bid

Video: NDC supporters besiege party offices, burn tyres in protest of MP’s re-election bid

Some sympathisers of the disqualified aspirant in the Asawase constituency primaries of NDC have besieged the party’s office in the Ashanti region, to protest the decision. The supporters say they are unhappy about the disqualification of their preferred Parliamentary aspirant, Masawudu

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Gov’t urged to include gun factory in 1D1F policy

Gov’t urged to include gun factory in 1D1F policy

Government has been urged to include a gun-manufacturing factory in its grand industrialization plan dubbed One District, One Factory. Chief Executive of the African Centre for Security Studies Paul Boateng claims it can curb the proliferation of firearms in the

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Xeno attacks: Be angry at “white monopoly capital” not Black Africans – Julius Malema

Xeno attacks: Be angry at “white monopoly capital” not Black Africans – Julius Malema

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has asked his fellow black South Africans to direct their anger at “white monopoly capital” rather than their fellow black Africans from other countries. “Our anger is directed at wrong people”, Malema tweeted. “Like

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