Diplomatic Platform has presented assorted items worth GH₵10,000 to the inmates of the Cape Coast School for the Blind to help the school meet some of its daily needs after the NDC youth group toured the Central Region last week.

Over hundred children vendors and street children between the ages of three to sixteen had a special treat of sufficient meal and good music when the Princess Sekyere Mission (PSM), a non-governmental organization, extended their annual Easter outreach programme to the main Kaneshie Market in Accra.

Parental irresponsibility, poverty and some traditional beliefs of the people in the Talensi District of the Upper East region are causing an alarming rate of teenage pregnancy in the area.

NSS sets April 20 deadline for defaulters

Thursday, 24 March 2016 13:32

The Management of the National Service Scheme says it has extended the registration period for all those who could not do their national service in the previous years and now wish to enroll to fulfill their national service obligations.

DPS International Boss wins top award

Wednesday, 23 March 2016 12:38

The Director of the Delhi Public School (DPS) International, Ghana, Mukesh Thakwani has been rewarded for his immense contribution to education by the prestigious European Business Assembly (EBA).

The Controller and Accountant General, Madam Grace Adzroe has denied allegations that some of the staff at her department have been involved in the upgrading of some teachers from SSSCE levels to diploma levels.

Government has renewed its commitment towards assisting the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) with a fully equipped electronic library aimed at offering students sound IT education as demanded of experts in communication field of studies.

Former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Professor Stephen Adei has described government’s community day senior high school project as incomplete and ineffective.

The Ministry of Education is to consider a policy that will require a re-wiring of all old buildings of the various schools across the country, the sector Minister, Alex Kyeremeh.

Despite heavy rains in Tamale, students of the Northern School of Business (NOBISCO) have been ordered to leave campus after the school was closed down on Monday, March 21.