Category Archives: Science

GNECC urges GES to enforce ban on political activities in schools

The Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC) has urged the Ghana Education Service (GES) to enforce its ban on political activities in first and second cycle schools in to protect the children from unhealthy political activities.         A statement signed by Mr Joseph Homadzi, Interim Chair of the GNECC, which was copied

Cowriehub.com launches website

Accra Cowriehub.com, an online book marketing hub and e-commerce website, has launched its new website with books from Ghanaian authors.         The initiative is to help “average authors” with no influence or springboard, reap their investments of “precious time and hard-earned money poured into writing and publishing of books.”   The site

Parliament approves transformation of Kumasi Campus of UEW to autonomous university

By Benjamin Mensah Accra  Parliament on Monday passed the University of Skills Training and Entrepreneurial Development Bill that would give legal backing to the proposed conversion of the Kumasi Campus of the University of Education, Winneba, after late industrialist, Akenten Appiah-Menka.     By Benjamin Mensah   Accra  Parliament on Monday passed the University of

Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Council calls for investigation of Bright SHS

Akyem Abuakwa (E/R)  The Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Council in the Eastern Region has called on state authorities to initiate probe into all activities of Bright Senior High School in Kukurantumi in the Abuakwa North District of the region.         The Council also called for the immediate arrest and prosecution of the school’s

Don’t make all private schools scapegoats – CHOPSS

Accra The Conference of Heads of Private Second-Cycle Schools (CHOPSS) has called on the public not to use the isolated misbehaviour of some candidates at examination centres to make all private schools scapegoats. A statement signed by Mr Napthali Kyei-Baffour, Public Relations Officer and Mr K. Dzamesi, General Secretary of CHOPSS, and copied to the