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At the same time at the UEW is a petition by some stakeholders over the alleged involvement of the vice-chancellor (V-C) and a finance officer of the university in the spending of over GH¢5.7 million as honorarium.

Let’s resolve UEW conflict quickly

The history of Ghana’s public tertiary institutions is replete with demonstrations and activism by students, as well as teaching and non-teaching staff.

But we have a worry about the grammar type of education that we seem to embrace with glee.

Wesley Girls students

Wesley Girls High School (WGHS) in Cape Coast has done it again! This time, the students took four of the six prizes presented by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) for the 2019 Distinction Awards. The two remaining awards went to Yaa Asantewaa Girls Senior High School and Saint Augustine’s College.

If we are to quantify the loss to the Dagbon State and other areas that are experiencing chieftaincy disputes and the general effect the disputes have on the Gross Domestic Product of the country, it will run into billions of Ghana cedis.

Yaa Naa Abukari Mahama II, King of Dagbon

For the first time in its 62 years of nationhood, Ghana held its Independence Day Parade in Tamale in the Northern Region.

Without doubt the future is women. It will be unwise to ignore that reality. For now, there's work to be done!

Happy International Women's Day

There is "Amazing" in every woman - so, here is a happy international women's day to EVERY woman out there.