Daily Archives: August 3, 2020

Customs revenue performance favourable – GRA

  Accra The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has refuted assertions that the Tema collection of the Customs Division had failed to meet its revenue target by 45 per cent due to the deployment of the Integrated Customs Management System (ICUMS). The Authority said the Tema collection accounted for over 70 per cent of the total

ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development injects over $300million into Ghana’s economy

  ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development says it has invested over $300-million into Ghana’s economy. Areas of investment, the bank said include, Energy, Trade, Technology, Tourism and hospitality industry.   Dr George Nana Agyekum Donkor, the President of the Bank, made this known when he and other staff of the bank paid a courtesy

WASSCE: Accra MCE wishes candidates best of luck

Accra  Mr Mohammed Adjei Sowah, the Accra Metropolitan Chief Executive, on Monday wished candidates writing the West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) best of luck. He asked the candidates to continue to adhere to the COVID-19 safety protocols by washing their hands frequently with soap under running water, using alcohol-based sanitizers, wearing of nose

Ensure strict compliance to teachers’ code of conduct – GNECC

  The Ghana National Campaign Coalition (GNECC) has asked the Ghana Education Service (GES) to ensure that all teachers adhered strictly to their professional code of conduct, to curb school-based violence. The Coalition also urged the GES and school authorities not to shield any teacher found to have breached the code of conduct and other

WASSCE candidates urged to eschew examination malpractice

  Ho Mr Jonathan Gustav Adomah, the Headmaster of Mawuli Senior High School, has urged the candidates in this year’s West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) to avoid examination malpractices. He said such misconducts could land them into trouble and end their academic pursuit.   Mr Adomah said all the 689 students, made up