Fake recruitment message draws nurses to Burma Camp

A viral message circulated on social media, drew scores of nurses to the Armed Forces Public Relations Directorate for a recruitment exercise which turned out to be a hoax.

Plan Ghana inaugurates pilot Child Helpline

Plan Ghana, a child-centered non-governmental organization, has inaugurated the pilot phase of the Child Helpline – 0268116611, at Akropong Akuapem in the Eastern Region. It was on the on the theme “Giving Children Voices Through Child Helpline”.

Ghana’s High Wage bill is Unsustainable

It is time for candid truthtelling about the health of our economy. Na we all cause am.

What happens after We Attend Workshops and Symposia?

As a nation, we have become masters of attending workshops and symposia. Not a day goes by without Ghanaian media reporting such fora held at some public venue, or fancy resort, accompanied by the usual images of attendees gazing at speakers in rapt attention.

Journalist urged to help Promote Development

The Deputy Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Nii Lantey Vandapuye has challenged the media to re-direct their energies towards promoting development activities in the country.

Back to School amid Health Scare

As if Ghanaians were not sitting on enough pins and needles about the threat of the Ebola Virus disease from neighboring countries, and the ongoing cholera outbreak, we now have to worry about our children going back to school today for the start of the

Aggrieved workers hold management hostage

More than 200 workers of SIM Power Tech and Woolim International, undertaking the T2 expansion project at the Aboadze Thermal Plant, Wednesday, demonstrated against their authorities over unpaid severance package and underpayment of wages.

Ghanaians in Diaspora meets in Accra

Mr Sylvester Jude Kpakpo Parker- Allotey, a Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration (MoFARI) has noted that the Diaspora constitutes rich source of finance, human and social capital for national development.

‘Universities must go beyond producing job seekers’

Professor Clement Dzidonu, the President of the Accra Institute of Technology (AIT) has suggested the institution of stakeholder engagement and active partnership between the universities and industry/commerce to brainstorm on graduate job creation in the country.

Child labour high in Brong-Ahafo

Brong-Ahafo Region recorded the highest rate of child labour, findings from the Ghana Living Standards Survey round six (GLSS -6) has revealed.
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