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Civil Society organisations (CSOs) Cluster on Decentralization and Citizen’s participation are asking the government to fulfil its promise on the passage of the Affirmative Action Bill (AAB). According to them, President Nana Akufo-Addo in his first State of the Nation Address in February 2017, promised to pass the Affirmative Action Bill within a year. They […]Read More
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The Ghana Education Service (GES) has described as distasteful recent sex scandals involving some Ghanaian female second-cycle students, which had gone viral on social media. “We unreservedly condemn such acts as they contravened the norms and values of the Ghanaian society,” Mr. Anthony Boateng, Deputy Director-General, GES, noted. The authorities, he said, had taken a Read More
Crime General
Public Interest and Research Advocacy Network (PIRAN-Ghana) has attributed the spate of children’s waywardness to permissiveness of parents and stressed the need for major stakeholders to deliberate on the level of juvenile delinquency in the country. The deliberations should focus more on moral education, religious education and traditional values and education, the Read More
General Politics
The Supreme Court has dismissed an injunction application which was aimed at stopping the preparatory construction works on the National Cathedral in Accra. The application filed by a businessman, Alfred Holme argued that the construction should be halted till the substantive case of whether the land could be given out by the government for a different […]Read More
General Politics
The Knights of St. John International and the Ghana National Catholic Youth Council, (GHANCYC) are up in arms against social media commentator Kevin Taylor for insulting members of the Catholic  Bishops’ Conference. Kevin Taylor in a recent video that went viral alleged that the Catholic Bishops behaved like politicians and attributed same to them to […]Read More
Crime General
The University of Ghana has suspended Professor Ransford Gyampo and Dr. Paul Butakor. According to the Management of the University, Professor Ransford Gyampo will serve a 6 – month suspension without pay whereas his counterpart, Dr. Paul Butakor gets four-month suspension also forfeiting of salary. The suspensions take effect from January 1, 2020. Below is […]Read More
Business General
The Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto, has held high-level meetings with the Heads of all the UN Agencies to discuss investment opportunities in Ghana’s agricultural sector. He has also held a separate meeting with the Director-General of FAO, Dr. Qu Dongyu. Discussions during the meetings centered especially on what the Minister […]Read More