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Python In Africa Group launches “The Code Project Kumasi”

A project, The Code Project Kumasi, aimed at giving professionals in all fields the opportunity to learn programming and coding skills has been launched...

UTAG hints of nationwide strike

The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) is warning of a possible strike action in all public Universities, if the situation at the University...

American students support healthcare in Ghana

A group of American students on a study visit to Ghana have offered healthcare services, including screening and donations, to some communities and health...

Public office corruption has its roots in student associations – Prof. Kwesi Yankah

The minister of state at the presidency in charge of tertiary education Professor Kwesi Yankah has urged student unions and associations to begin the...

MP threatens to sue universities over hiked fees

The member of parliament (MP) for Bawku Central constituency, Mahama Ayariga, has served notice he will sue authorities at the various universities if they...

Don’t pay fees until parliament’s approval – USAG

The University Students Association of Ghana (USAG) has called on students in public tertiary institutions not to pay any fees for the 2017/2018 academic...

Photos: Akatakyie pay royal courtesy visit to Bantamahene and Juabenhene

It was all joy when members of the Opoku Ware Old Boys Association (Akatakyie) paid royal courtesy visit to two senior Akatakyie; Nana Baffour...

Should students’ grades be posted on notice boards?

Given that  notice boards in all schools serve as the platform for disseminating any information to students by the authorities, posting students’ grades on...

NSS apologizes for police and military manhandling of NSS personnel

The National Service Scheme (NSS) has apologized to service personnel who were recently manhandled by the police and military at various NSS registration centres...
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VIDEO: Soldier whips graduates in queue for NSS registration

In a video that has gone viral since Monday, a soldier is seen whipping graduates who were in a queue to register for the...

NSS lays down measures to arrest fraudsters as registration begins

The National Service Scheme (NSS) has revealed it has put in place adequate security mechanisms to detect fraudsters who may attempt to enroll onto...

Deeper Life launches Annual National Campus Congress 2017

Deeper Life Bible Church has launched the 22nd National Campus Congress, dubbed “Conquerors 2017” in Accra to reach out to the University Communities to...

Submit fees and levies to Parliament for approval – Minister orders VCs of public...

The Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, has asked the vice-chancellors of Ghana to seek parliamentary approval through the...
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How to protect your computer against the ransomware attack

The ransomware outbreak is ongoing and while researchers work to stem the tide of infection, businesses, governments, and individuals can help the cause by...

Ghana Library Association calls for creation of national library

Mr Samuel Bentil Aggrey, the President of the Ghana Library Association, has called on the Government to create a national library to help keep...

Teachers urged to incorporate music into their lessons

The special characteristics of music, when well harnessed in schools at all levels, could aid the social and physical development of students, Professor Joshua...
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myJCR.com holds training session for student journalists

Executives of the best campus news network in Ghana, myJCR.com, initiated training sessions for student journalists who were recruited from the Kwame Nkrumah University...
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Common method of cooking rice can leave traces of arsenic in food, scientists warn

Millions of people are putting themselves at risk by cooking their rice incorrectly, scientists have warned. Recent experiments show a common method of cooking rice...
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Must read: Here’s what sleeping in boxers does to your penis

If you’re a man that prefers to sleep in your pants, it could be time to rethink your sleeping habits for the sake of...
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NUGS hails nominee for Education Ministry

The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has hailed Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh on his nomination as the Education Minister and pledged to work...

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