Archive: Fri Nov 2017

Gov’t to freeze salaries of polytechnic lecturers

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The Deputy Minister in charge of Tertiary Education, Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has expressed optimism that the impasse between the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) over their book and research allowance will be resolved soon. He said the ministry … Read more →

FIFA to ban Ghana

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FIFA has warned Ghana that a Commission to investigate the GFA and delve into issues bothering on the competence and administration of football in the country is inappropriate and could lead to sanctions if the government goes ahead with the … Read more →

Polytechnics shut down; UCC suspends reopening

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Ghana’s Education is heading for a crisis situation as the University of Cape Coast suspends its date of reopening as university lecturers protest non-payment of books and research allowance. The students of the university are already wailing over the possibility … Read more →

Rawlings’ daughters donate food items to Ayittey and Bukom Banku

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Daughters of former President Jerry John Rawlings, Ezenator and Yaa Asantewaa Agyeman Rawlings have donated 20 bags of rice and 10 cartons of chicken to Braimah Kamoko (Bukom Banku) and Michael Ayittey Okine (Ayittey Powers). The items donated were to … Read more →

How Steve Wonder flew my plane: J.J. Rawlings shares

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Former president Jerry John Rawlings has revealed that Grammy award winning musician, Stevie Wonder, who is visually impaired has successfully flown a plane. According to President Rawlings, who is also reputed for his prowess in flying military jets, he handed over the controls of … Read more →

Hijacked Oil vessel berths at Takoradi Harbour

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A Greek Oil vessel, MT Fair Artemis, hijacked by pirates off Ghana’s waters in June this year has finally berthed at the Takoradi Port to offload oil. This is according to the Director-General of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority … Read more →

Research reveals: African women spent $1.1 billion on their hair in 2013

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A new market research by Euromonitor International has revealed that last year (2013), women in Nigeria, South Africa and Cameroon alone spent a whopping $1.1 billion on their hair, Reuters reports. It also includes purchases on shampoos, relaxers and hair … Read more →

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