WFP country director lauds peace in Ghana (5/23/2013)- Outgoing country director of World Food Program (WFP), Ismail Omar, has appealed to Ghanaians not to engage in any act that will destroy the peace in the country. Ismail Omar said these during a short farewell ceremony at the Flagstaff
5 MUST KNOW TO-DO LISTS TO PRIORITIZE TASK – 4 of 5 (2/24/2016)- 4. Be Flexible: To be able to effectively prioritize, you must be able to deal with changing priorities. Take them as they come and decide if
About $1m spent daily to import crude for power generation (7/2/2013)- The country could be saving about 1 million dollars a day if work on the first gas processing plant is fast tracked. According a World Bank report, Ghana is spending this amount daily to import crude oil for power
BAYE’S FOUNDATION SUPPORTS “WOMEN FOR AFRICA” (2/14/2014)- Baye’s Foundation is collaborating with Mujeres por África Foundation, in organizing an upcoming Conference dubbed “Investing in African Women to change the world”. The conference is taking place at the Golden
Education Minister asks BECE candidates to abide by the rules (6/17/2013)- Education Minister Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has urged candidates of this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) to abide by the regulations regarding the conduct of the examinations. “Over the past years your teachers have put in place various measures
Five Most Effective Ways to Invest in Your Career – 3 of 5 (2/10/2015)- 3. Invest in the Right Relationships: Give Them Time and Attention Build a personal advisory board who can properly guide your career goals. Identify your circle of influence. Who are they today?
Five Most Effective Ways to Invest in Your Career- 2 of 5 (11/3/2014)- 2. Invest in Intelligence and Know-How: Apply it More Actively Never stop learning. This begins by investing your time to acquire the right intelligence and know-how that will accelerate your career advancement. For example, most people want to build their personal brand –
Ghana is not broke – Finance Minister declares (5/24/2013)- Finance Minister, Seth Terkper, has said the country is not broke at all, contrary to suggestions to that effect. He said the fact that government is experiencing some liquidity challenges does not necessarily mean the nation has no money. Speaking
Ignore Energy Ministry; Load shedding won’t end now – VRA (1/25/2013)- The Volta River Authority (VRA) says the Energy Ministry’s assurances that the ongoing load shedding exercise will end by next week are not true. A communications consultant at the Energy Ministry, Edward Bawa earlier this week told Joy News the
Illegal Mining: 3,877 Chinese Repatriated (7/2/2013)- The Ghana Immigration Service has said it has repatriated almost 4000 Chinese to their country due to efforts to end illegal mining known as galamsey. This includes voluntary and forceful repatriation. The Public Affairs Director of the Ghana Immigration Service,
MPs to recieve GHC50,000 as rent allowance (1/25/2013)- All 275 members of Parliament are to receive a whopping GH¢50,000 as rent allowance for their term. This works out to GH¢13,750,000 of the public purse. Last year, each MP received GH¢30,000 and there are fears, the figure could double
Pidgin English accounting for poor results – MCE (6/17/2013)- The Akatsi-North District Chief Executive, Mr James Gunu, has attributed students’ poor showing in examinations to the use of Pidgin English and poor spelling abilities. He appealed to parents and teachers in particular to encourage students to cultivate the habit
PREGNANT TEACHER TRAINEES CANNOT WRITE EXAMS – PRINCIPAL (6/17/2013)- The Principal of Saint Monica’s College of Education in Asante Mampong, Mrs Christiana Sabotie has justified a decision to disallow pregnant ladies to write their final exams, saying it falls within the rules and regulations Ghana Education Services (GES). She
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Singapore Aims To Deepen Economic Ties With ECOWAS (7/2/2013)- Singapore intends to deepen economic ties with ECOWAS, as trade relations between both regions surge. Trade between ECOWAS and Singapore has grown at a compound annual growth rate of 10% in the last five years (2008-2012) to reach SGD1.2 billion
UPDATE ON POLICE INVESTIGATION INTO THE REPORTED RECRUITMENT SCAM/FRAUD (3/9/2015)- The Ghana Police Service wishes to inform the general public and all its stakeholders that it has made a significant breakthrough in the investigation of the recruitment fraud which occurred on Saturday, 28th February, 2015.