- Ghanaian qualifies for national final of US Spelling Bee in Washington
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Mnashon Paul, a final year nursing student at Nairobi Women’s Hospital College, a hospital based nursing training school in Nairobi is appealing for help to cle
There is a report that claims South Africa will open its first witchcraft school. Apparently the Minister of Higher Education is making the announcement.
A headteacher in a school in the South African province of Eastern Cape has sparked outrage after reportedly forcing schoolgirls to reveal their orientations
For the many students who complete senior high school, a relatively small number make it to the university and other institutions of higher learning. The vast m
The Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Professor George Kwaku Toku Oduro, has urged the Education Ministry to be a little more receptive to su
Adisadel College in the Central Region will from the start of the 2017/2018 academic year, reduce its intake of new admissions by 50 percent.
Meet the young lady who became the best doctor in Ghana to save children's hearts, her story is an inspiration.
The University of Ghana has asked the public to desist from spreading false speculations about the circumstances leading to the death of the final year student
A 16-year-old boy from New Jersey is the first black student to build a nuclear fusor. He won a special prize to enter a Yale engineering workshop last summer.
Sexual harassment and misconduct on the Legon campus has become a growing trend, but students do not report such cases for fear of victimization.
According to the mother said she was shocked by this revelation by her daughter and urged her to pray about it to avert it from happening.
All the three awardees, who are pursuing courses in the various tertiary institutions, were presented with cash prizes, plaques and certificates.
The first lady was speaking at a ceremony to celebrate International Women's Day when she lamented on the barely visible presence of women in decision-making
She reveals that the deceased also suffered from a psychological problem with many of their mates complaining about some of her actions.
The whole university campus has been thrown into a state of shock with many students asking what may have caused this tragedy.
While it is understandable that this is Africa and children are not allowed to rot, there are implications of being harsh with the kids. Learn more here.
12-year-old boy, Ibrahim Bukar, who earns a living as a shoe shiner has been enrolled in school by a Good Samaritan, Ibrahim Yusuf in Chiki area of Borno state.
The debate which took place at the GNAT Hall in Accra had Pope John Senior High School and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology SHS facing off
A total of 135 Senior High Schools have qualified for the 2017 edition of the National Science & Maths Quiz scheduled for June this year.
How can we improve as Ghanaians and build a more prosperous nation with companies becoming MNCs and employing 10s of 1000s of people?
A 13-year-old girl is an expert coder despite her young age and is already teaching other girls how to code and is an inspiration! Read the story on YEN.com.gh!
Schoolgirls in Cameroon have developed new technology that turns waste, including human and animal poo, into renewable energy. Find out more on YEN.com.gh!