FULL VIDEO: ‘Sex for grades’ – Undercover in West African universities

FULL VIDEO: ‘Sex for grades’ – Undercover in West African universities

Academic institutions in West Africa have increasingly been facing allegations of sexual harassment by lecturers. This type of abuse is said to be endemic, but it’s almost never proven. After gathering dozens of testimonies, BBC Africa Eye sent undercover journalists

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Harsh and violent discipline can harm children- Research

Harsh and violent discipline can harm children- Research

Harsh and violent discipline can have harmful effects on child outcomes, a research conducted by Sharon Wolf and Noelle Suntheimer of the Graduate School of Education University of Pennsylvania has said. The research on the topic: Predictors of Parental Disciplinary

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We are getting charged for drugs covered under NHIS – Keta residents

We are getting charged for drugs covered under NHIS – Keta residents

Some residents of Keta want the President to investigate the selling of drugs and charging for services under the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) to subscribers. They are threatening to embark on a massive demonstration if nothing is done about the

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Paying lip-service to sanitation is recipe for disease outbreak- World Vision

Paying lip-service to sanitation is recipe for disease outbreak- World Vision

Mr Yaw Attah Arhin, Water and Sanitation Technical Coordinator, World Vision International Ghana, said paying lip-service and dabbling in propaganda on issues of sanitation, especially, open defecation would only consume the energetic fabric of society through disease outbreaks. He said

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Nurses, midwives on National Service not paid ‘alawa’ for 6 months

Nurses, midwives on National Service not paid ‘alawa’ for 6 months

Some of the affected nurses and midwives Diploma nurses and midwives currently undertaking their national service at various health institutions across the country are demanding immediate payment of their allowance which has been in arrears for six months now. According

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TUTAG declares strike over poor working conditions

TUTAG declares strike over poor working conditions

The Technical University Teacher’s Association of Ghana, TUTAG, has declared an indefinite strike. The action is to press home its demand for better conditions of service for staff of Technical Universities in the country. The strike which begins today, 7th

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Nigerian lecturer cum pastor allegedly caught seeking sex from admission seeker [Video]

Nigerian lecturer cum pastor allegedly caught seeking sex from admission seeker [Video]

A University of Lagos (UNILAG) lecturer has been caught on camera demanding sex from a, “seeking admission.” The lecturer, Boniface Igbeneghu, is a former sub-dean of Faculty of Art and head pastor of local Foursquare Gospel Church. His advances were

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I’ll sue BBC over ‘Sex for Grades’ documentary – Ransford Gyampo

I’ll sue BBC over ‘Sex for Grades’ documentary – Ransford Gyampo

A Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana (UG), Professor Ransford Gyampo has threatened to initiate a legal action against the BBC over its “Sex for grades” documentary which mentions him [Gyampo] as one of the lecturers who offer

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Tear gas, gun shots halt law students’ demo

Tear gas, gun shots halt law students’ demo

At least 10 protesters have been arrested after the demonstration by law students on Monday ended abruptly. The demonstration, seeking reforms to legal education in Ghana, started peacefully at the main campus of the Ghana School of Law. But on

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Hard drives in 5 High courts stolen

Hard drives in 5 High courts stolen

Hard drives in about five High Courts located in the Law Court Complex building which houses about forty-two (42) High Courts have been stolen from the system’s units of computers used for recording and storing Court records and proceedings. The

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