Tuesday, August 4, 2020

GYEEDA rot: Abuga Pele, Assibit sentenced to 18yrs imprisonment

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The Financial Division of the High Court has sentenced businessman Philip Assibit to 12 years imprisonment and former boss of the Ghana Youth Employment...

Prof. Quarm’s classification okay to be consumed by level one pupils – GES

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The Ghana Education Service(GES) says there is nothing misleading about the controversial ‘Prof. Quarm Series' which classifies the human head as a body part used...

EIB Network adjudged ‘BEST MEDIA FIRM OF THE YEAR’

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Africa’s fastest growing media group, Excellence In Broadcasting (EIB) Network has been adjudged the 'Best Media Firm' of the year at the just ended...

Over 500,000 candidates write BECE today

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Over 500,000 final year Junior High School students from 16,000 schools across the country will beginning today write the Basic Education Certificate Examination(BECE). Leakages over...

Galamsey Fraud: Police investigation of Bissue waste of resources – Tiger Eye

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Investigative firm, Tiger Eye P.I has described the involvement of the Ghana Police Service in the investigation of an allegation of fraud and abuse...

YEA Board descends on Zoomlion, others

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The New Board of the National Youth Employment Agency (YEA) has directed management of the Agency to as a matter urgency conduct a comprehensive...

2016 Elections: Chartered accountants to collate results

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The conduct of the November general elections in Ghana's is expected to receive major boost as certified chartered accountants are expected to help in...

TTH Strike: Patients lives in danger as scores are turned away

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Scores of patients including pregnant women and little children who have thronged the Tamale Teaching Hospital in the Northern Region to seek health care...

Nduom drags gov’t to court over locked up Gold Coast funds

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The president and chairman of Groupe Nduom (GN), Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, has ordered Gold Coast Holding to sue the government to recover investment...

Eleven Ghanaian travel & tourism professionals in South Africa for on-field experiences

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ELEVEN Ghanaian travel and tourism professionals arrived in the South African commercial capital of Johannesburg last Sunday to take part in a series of...