DStv to Screen Oscar Pistorius: Blade Runner Killer on Lifetime (DStv 131)

DStv to Screen Oscar Pistorius: Blade Runner Killer on Lifetime (DStv 131)

A biopic movie which tells the story of the rise and fall of Paralympian Oscar Pistorius, Oscar Pistorius: Blade Runner Killer will air on Lifetime (DStv channel 131) this Saturday 18 November at 6pm. The made-for-television movie, written by Amber...
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GrassRoots Africa Empowers Women for  SDGs

GrassRoots Africa Empowers Women for  SDGs

Grassroots Africa, a non-governmental organisation working to improve the lives of the poor in Africa, especially women  living in ecologically fragile areas has held a two-day workshop on women on the United Nation (UN) sustainable development goals (SDGs)...
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                          CHURCH COLLECTION, ALMS TO FUND FREE SHS

                          CHURCH COLLECTION, ALMS TO FUND FREE SHS

    The haphazard implementation of the Free Senior High School policy which has seen the NPP government appoint an offshore ambassador and launch a logo, only to release just 20% of the funding amount, has began crystallizing into a...
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NPP Driven  Ghana to a Hopeless State– John Afull

NPP Driven  Ghana to a Hopeless State– John Afull

  The Weija /Gbawe Communications Officer for main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Afful  has described the budget read in Parliament by the Finance Minister in Parliament as hopeless state budget. According to him, the budget contain...
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2018 budget: SEND Ghana’s assessment points out ‘serious concerns’

2018 budget: SEND Ghana’s assessment points out ‘serious concerns’

SEND Ghana, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), has published its preliminary assessment of the 2018 budget statement presented to Parliament on Wednesday, criticising many of the policy directions contained in the document. The NGO gave its assessment on t...
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‘Disgraceful’ Opoku Agyemang didn’t understand education – Napo

‘Disgraceful’ Opoku Agyemang didn’t understand education – Napo

The Education Minister, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh has descended heavily on his predecessor Professor Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang describing her as an “embarrassment” and one who didn’t understand education. “Her four-year tenure under John Mahama was an e...
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GrassRoots Africa Empowers Women for  SDGs

GrassRoots Africa Empowers Women for  SDGs

Grassroots Africa, a non-governmental organisation working to improve the lives of the poor in Africa, especially women  living in ecologically fragile areas has held a two-day workshop on women on the United Nation (UN) sustainable development goals (SDGs)...
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Konongo Odumasi SHS maps out strategies to minimize free SHS challenges

Konongo Odumasi SHS maps out strategies to minimize free SHS challenges

Unlike several other second cycle institutions which have been bedeviled with numerous challenges as a result of the government’s flagship programme of free Senior High School, Konongo Odumasi Senior High School has put in place pragmatic steps to mitigate i...
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Minority Shreds 2018 Budget

Minority Shreds 2018 Budget

…Says it’sNPP’s ‘419’dreamof unrealistic intentions The minority in parliament has described the 2018 budget presented to parliament by Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta yesterday as a scam, a fraud and a dream of intention with no reality on the groun...
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LIES FROM 2018NANA BUDGET

LIES FROM 2018NANA BUDGET

Revealed!  Yesterday, many Ghanaians were made to feel like Martians on earth when Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, chronicled phantom achievements by the NPP government in the nine months that it has been in power, even though so far President Akufo-Addo...
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