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Akufo Addo Is Well And Hearty

Akufo Addo Is Well And Hearty

The General Secretary of  Ghana’s biggest opposition party, Mr. Kwadjo Owusu Afriyie, has denied rumours that his party’s 2012 presidential candidate is suffering from ill health due to the stress of the ongoing election petition hearing. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo flew out to the United Kingdom, last week, for medical checkup. His press secretary,. Herbert Krapa, in a very short […]

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NDC Won 2012 Election Fairly

NDC Won 2012 Election Fairly

President John Mahama has asked supporters and activists of the NDC not to be deterred by the ongoing presidential election petition hearing at the Supreme Court, as the party won the general elections fairly and squarely. He said at the end of the day, the Supreme Court’s verdict would show that “we won cleanly in a free and fair election.” […]

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Dr. Wereko-Brobbey’s Woes Deepen

Dr. Wereko-Brobbey’s Woes Deepen

The woes of suspended New Patriotic Party founding member, Dr. Charles Wereko-Brobbey are far from over. Lawyer Ayikoi Otoo, a leading member of the party has hinted that Dr. Wereko-Brobbey’s suspension could be a major step towards his expulsion from the party. Mr. Ayikoi Otoo made the revelation on JOY FM’s news analysis programme, Newsfile, on Saturday. The NPP’s highest […]

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Working  Towards Eradicating  Child Labour

Working Towards Eradicating Child Labour

Tomorrow, Ghana will join in commemorating the 2013 World Day Against Child Labour. The annual event would be held in Ghana on the theme: ‘Ghana, Take Action Now! No to Child Labour in Domestic Work.’

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202 Foreign ‘Galamseyers’ Surrender

202 Foreign ‘Galamseyers’ Surrender

In order to avoid being arrested by the National Task Force for illegal mining, 202 foreigners mainly Chinese, have surrendered to the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS). The latest to arrive at the premises of GIS headquarters in Accra yesterday were 157 Chinese, including 15 females on board  Metro Mass Transit buses.

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Judgement Debt Commissioner alarmed

Judgement Debt Commissioner alarmed

Mr. Justice Yaw Apau, the Sole Commissioner, was alarmed yesterday as to how the state has been made to pay a whopping sum of GH¢545,870,081.00 (over 5 billion old Ghana cedis) as judgment debt to a contractor due to someone’s ineptitude.

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EC To Produce Evidence On Ballot Papers

EC To Produce Evidence On Ballot Papers

The  Chairman of the Electoral Commission (EC), who is also the key witness for the second respondent in the ongoing 2012 presidential election petition hearing, Dr. Kwadwo Afari-Gyan, yesterday told the Supreme Court that he cannot recall the number of ballot papers printed for the 2012 elections. He, however, stated that the figure was communicated to the various political parties […]

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Africa Most Expensive Continent To Send Money

Africa Most Expensive Continent To Send Money

Africa is the most expensive continent to send money to, with transfers costing an average of 11.67 percent of the amount being sent, compared to around 8.35 per cent for Asia. An average transaction cost of 11.67 percent would have deprived some of the world’s poorest people of more than $7 billion in 2012, the World Bank said.

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Customs Seizes Luxury Cars With Fake Papers

Customs Seizes Luxury Cars With Fake Papers

Rapid deployment units of the service towards curbing tax invasion by some individuals. He stated that the electronic surveillance systems at all major points had helped to track the movement of transit goods and vehicles thereby preventing diversion,” adding that the device is such that it can track any deviation from the proposed route.

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Teacher Education The Role Of  Open And Distance Learning

Teacher Education The Role Of Open And Distance Learning

Today’s world is fast shifting toward a knowledge-intensive economy. Forces such as globalisation, internationalisation, automation, and major advances in science and technology are shaping the world. These forces have transformed society, bringing with it an increased demand for specialised training and human resource development. In this 21st century, students need rigorous skills to be critical thinkers, problem solvers, innovators, and […]

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