Daily Archives: September 4, 2020

TECNO CAMON 16 Premier, lauréat du Prix d’Or de l’innovation technologique en matière de caméras pour smartphone à l’IFA

HONG KONG, 4 septembre 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TECNO CAMON 16 Premier a obtenu le Prix d’Or de l’innovation technologique en matière de caméras pour smartphone pour ses fonctions de caméra exceptionnelles à l’IFA – l’événement le plus important et le plus influent au monde dans le domaine des appareils électroménagers et de l’électronique grand public […]

Smart PV : insuffler de la vie dans un paysage désertique

YINCHUAN, Chine, 4 septembre 2020 /PRNewswire/ — La solution Smart PV (photovoltaïque) de Huawei exploite la technologie numérique pour convertir l’énergie solaire en électricité de manière ultra-efficace, promouvoir l’adoption de l’énergie propre et créer un monde plus durable. Adopter l’énergie propre En octobre 2018, le Groupe d’experts intergouvernemental sur l’évolution du climat (GIEC) des Nations unies a […]

SHS final year students to go home on September 4th after WASSCE

Accra, The Ghana Education Service (GES) and the Ghana Health Service (GHS) say final year students of Senior High Schools (SHS) could go home on Friday, September 4th after completing their West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination.         They said the students, who reported to school on June 22nd, had gone through

Private School Teachers bemoan their plight

Zebilla (U/E), Some private school teachers in the Bawku West District of Upper East Region are complaining about their predicament of having to forfeit work due to the closure of basic schools.         Describing the situation as ‘loss of jobs’, they said life had become difficult to a point that they could

Professor Opoku-Agyemang unhappy with abandonment of Asempanaye Day SHS project

The Vice Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Prof. Naana Jane Opoku – Agyemang has described as financial loss to the state, abandoned projects across the country.         According to her, the situation where projects undertaken by the erstwhile NDC administration were left to rot was unacceptable.   “We have