• Education Minister Charges Teachers To Deliver

    The Minister of Education, Prof Jane Naana Opoku–Agyemang has urged teachers to ensure that they imbibe in students teach virtues that will develop into productive citizens. She said it was of no essence if a young people through education and end up becoming liabilities onto to the State. Speaking at a day’s colloquium on quality education organised by National Association [...]

    Education Minister Charges Teachers To Deliver
  • Social Welfare Staff Undergo Training

    A two-day capacity building workshop for 58 new recruited staff of Department of Social Welfare and Community Development (DSW/CD) in the Greater Accra region has been held in Accra. Participants of the workshop were taken through topics on Child Rights Promotion and Protection, Background on Social Work and Community Development, Strategies and Processes in Community Development and Social Protection.

    Social Welfare Staff Undergo Training
  • MOYS Did Not Sign Contract With Travel, Tour Operators

    IT has emerged that there was no contract signed between the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYS) and the travel agents assigned to transport 612 supporters to support the Black Stars at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Revealing this to the Justice Dzamefe Commission of Inquiry, Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of Travel Matters, Ivan Bruce Kudjoe stated that though there [...]

    MOYS Did Not Sign Contract  With Travel,  Tour Operators
  • NPC Not An Addendu Of EC – Most Rev. Asante

    Most Rev, Prof. Emmanuel Asante, chairman of the National Peace Council (NPC) has stated that the Council is not an addendum of the Electoral Commission (EC) and that regional members of the Council should not see themselves as such. He said although the Council was active during the heat of the 2012 election petition at the Supreme Court it did [...]

    NPC Not An Addendu Of EC – Most Rev. Asante
  • ‘Kufuor Will Support Any NPP Flagbearer’

    The Spokesperson for former President John Agyekum Kufuor, Frank Agyekum has revealed that although his boss decided to abstain from Sunday’s Special Delegates’ Congress he will fully support anybody who emerges as flagbearer after October 18. The spokesperson further added that the former President is a statesman and a leading member of the NPP and therefore the need for him [...]

    ‘Kufuor Will Support Any NPP Flagbearer’
  • Ban On Tilapia Import: Association Calls For Strict Enforcement

    The government has been urged to put in place adequate measures to enforce the ban on Tilapia import into the country. While commending the government for taking the bold initiative, the Ghana Aquaculture Association is of the view that the ban will be a decision in futility if not well monitored and enforced.

    Ban On Tilapia Import: Association Calls For Strict Enforcement
  • 2 SIM Box Fraudsters Arrested

    Two people have been arrested for their alleged involvement in sim box fraud. Evans Agbenyo, and Georgia Vera Mensah, both students in their 20s and two others, Christopher Kojo Ewusie and John Owusu, now on the run, are said to have diverted over one million international calls through a system, resulting in a loss of about GH¢3,093,200 ($836,000) revenue, within six months.

    2 SIM Box Fraudsters Arrested
  • TT Brothers To Introduce Customised Products

    A new set of customised products from distributors  of Maracuja drinks in Ghana, TT Brothers, called ‘Uncle T’ (or ‘Mr. T’), will soon hit the Ghanaian market. Speaking with The Ghanaian Times in Accra, Mr. Isaac Tetteh, Managing Director of TT Brothers said it was part of efforts by the company to introduce its own brand labels onto the Ghanaian market for [...]

    TT Brothers To Introduce Customised Products
  • The African Union Must Take The Ebola Case To The U.N. Security Council

    EBOLA is truly terrifying. The reason is that even killer malaria does NOT slay the doctors and nurses who try to cure it. But Ebola does. Only intensified scientific research can find a cure for Ebola. But unfortunately, there are two types of scientists in the world: those who are so concerned about the pain and death caused to humans [...]

    The African Union Must  Take The Ebola Case To The U.N. Security Council
  • Ghanaian Trio Feature In Africa’s Athletics Team

    The Confederation of African Athletics has announced the Africa team for the 2014 IAAF Continental Cup to be held in Marrakech, Morocco from September 13 to September 14. Among the male stars of the team are 800m runners Nijel Amos and Mohammed Aman, world indoor 1500m champion Ayanleh Souleiman and world 1500m champion Asbel Kiprop as well Egypt’s Ihab Abdelrahman [...]

    Ghanaian Trio Feature In Africa’s Athletics Team
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NPP To Go Ahead With October Congress

NPP To Go Ahead With October Congress

September 2, 2014 at 9:53 am

The General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwabena Adjei Agyepong has stated emphatically that the party cannot do without its October 18 National Delegates’...

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Business »

SG-SSB Holds Grand Draw

SG-SSB Holds Grand Draw

September 2, 2014 at 9:11 am

Societe Generale Ghana (SG-SSB), has held its grand draw in the “Power of GH¢250” deposit and win promotion designed to reward loyal customers on Friday. Six lucky winners...

 

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Education »

Mature Students Asked To Set Good Examples

Mature Students Asked To Set Good Examples

September 2, 2014 at 10:29 am

Professor Haruna Yakubu, Vice Chancellor of the University for Development Studies (UDS) has advised mature university students pursuing graduate courses to behave maturely...

 

Sports »

MOYS Did Not Sign Contract  With Travel,  Tour Operators

MOYS Did Not Sign Contract With Travel, Tour Operators

September 2, 2014 at 9:42 am

IT has emerged that there was no contract signed between the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYS) and the travel agents assigned to transport 612 supporters to support the...

Human Interest

Lesotho PM Urges Military Action

Lesotho PM Urges Military Action

Lesotho’s exiled Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has called on regional leaders to deploy troops to his country to help restore order, his aide says. Mr Thabane fled to South Africa on Saturday after accusing the army of staging a coup, which it denies.

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Anloga Cops Save Fetish Priest

The Police at Anloga, in the Keta municipality, last Friday had to sneak a 28-year-old fetish priest, Kwaku Tettezah, into the Anloga Magistrate Court room, to prevent him from being lynched. The crowd, which began gathering as early as 7 a.m. and delayed proceedings, kept growing and the police suspected they could do something untowards, should they lay hands on the suspect [...]

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Utd Beat Arsenal, City To Falcao Deal

Utd Beat Arsenal, City To Falcao Deal

Manchester United have agreed to a loan deal for Monaco striker Radamel Falcao, subject to a medical and terms. The Colombia international, who cost Monaco 60 million euros last summer, is set to join Louis van Gaal’s squad, sources told ESPN FC. Falcao had also been a target of Real Madrid and had been linked with Arsenal and Manchester City.

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Lesotho PM Flees ‘Military Coup’

Lesotho PM Flees ‘Military Coup’

The prime minister of the southern African kingdom of Lesotho has fled to South Africa, alleging a coup by the army and saying his life is in danger. Speaking to the BBC, Thomas Thabane said he would return from South Africa, which surrounds Lesotho, “as soon as I know I am not going to get killed”.

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Putin Urges Talks On East Ukraine

Putin Urges Talks On East Ukraine

President Putin has called for talks to discuss “statehood” for eastern Ukraine, Russian media report. He said the issue needed to be discussed to ensure the interests of local people “are definitely upheld”. His comments came after the EU gave Russia a one-week ultimatum to reverse course in Ukraine or face sanctions. Russia denies Western accusations that its forces have [...]

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