Africa’s foremost ethnomusicologist, Prof. J. H. Nketia, has urged music professionals to develop more talents to take up orchestra as part of their social life. According to him, when such orchestra lovers are trained, it can also lead to suitable...
The Police says it will explore all necessary avenues to bring the suspected robbers who killed a marketing officer at Vodafone to book. The Public Affairs Director of the Gt. Accra Police Command, ASP Afia Tenge in an interview with...
President John Mahama is promising a one meter, one house policy for the people of Abura Constituency in the Central Region if he is retained in power. According to the president, he has already procured 1,500 meters in fulfillment of...
The Ghana Education Service(GES) is set to release today , September 28 the Senior High School postings for over 300,000 Basic school graduates across the country. The BECE graduates will be posted to various Second-cycle institutions across-board  by the  Computerized...
Legal Practitioner Abraham Amaliba has questioned the competence of the individuals being nominated as ministers by President Akufo-Addo. According to him, the president appears to be selecting individuals who failed as ministers under former President John Kufuor. Speaking on the Morning...
The unspeakable treatment and subsequent barbaric killing of Major Maxwell Adam Mahama in the remote village of Denkyiraboase has, indeed, stoked the moral psyche of almost all Ghanaians home and abroad, including all the peace-loving people around the world....
A man in his late 20s and a former member of a popular youth occult group has confessed their faction obstructed the ‘only man of God’ in Ghana who could have prevented the infamous June 3 disaster from occurring...
The Minister for Education and Chairperson of the Ghana National Commission for UNESCO Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has been elected to serve a four-year term of office on the Executive Board of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural...
“The ECG must desist from cutting power supply to educational facilities in the country as that decision was a Cabinet one and it still stands”, Deputy Minister of Education (in-charge of Tertiary education), Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa,in a strong...
The educational sector is likely to come to a standstill following a confession by the Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, that government cannot meet the demands by the teacher unions before the end of February. The various teacher unions;...

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