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Africa rules: 43 Africans graduate from Howard University, USA with many breaking records

Africa rules: 43 Africans graduate from Howard University, USA with many breaking records

Africa rules: 43 Africans graduate from Howard University, USA with many breaking records
Chereponi clashes: BECE candidates return to sit for exams

Chereponi clashes: BECE candidates return to sit for exams

Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that candidates who registered for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) at Chereponi. The candidates fled as the clashes intensified in the North Eastern regional town.

Chereponi clashes: BECE candidates return to sit for exams
263, 616 males and 253,716 females write 2019 BECE across the country

263, 616 males and 253,716 females write 2019 BECE across the country

A total of 517,332 candidates from 16,871 public and private basic schools nationwide will this morning begin the 2019 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). Made up of 263, 616 males and 253,716 females. YEN.com.gh news.

263, 616 males and 253,716 females write 2019 BECE across the country
Beautiful girl graduates secondary school at 14; plans to go to the university (Photos, Video)

Beautiful girl graduates secondary school at 14; plans to go to the university (Photos, Video)

A hardworking Nigerian girl who is living with her family in the United States has made the country proud as she graduates from secondary school at 14. The teenager is set to resume into university in September this year.

Beautiful girl graduates secondary school at 14; plans to go to the university (Photos, Video)
UCC introduces software to detect plagiarism for graduate research

UCC introduces software to detect plagiarism for graduate research

The university’s quest to become the stronghold in the area of graduate education in Ghana caused the school of graduate studies to commission a committee to draft the policy.

UCC introduces software to detect plagiarism for graduate research
BECE students getting ready for ICT exams have not seen a computer mouse before

BECE students getting ready for ICT exams have not seen a computer mouse before

Later in June, students from all final year students from junior high schools in Ghana will write the BECE but those at the Akplorfudzi Basic School have never seen a computer mouse before even though they will write an ICT exam.

BECE students getting ready for ICT exams have not seen a computer mouse before
Operator of rogue WASSCE malpractice website arrested by police

Operator of rogue WASSCE malpractice website arrested by police

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC), through intelligence, has caused the arrest of one of the operators of rogue websites identified as a major source of examination malpractice in the ongoing West African Senior School

Operator of rogue WASSCE malpractice website arrested by police
Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way

It is not everyday that one sees young people who are still finding their way in the world committing their lives to helping the less fortunate but the youngsters at For The Future are different.

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way
John Dumelo donates stationery to students at La-Bawaleshie Presby School

John Dumelo donates stationery to students at La-Bawaleshie Presby School

Actor and social activist, John Dumelo, is continuing his enormous work of philanthropy with a donation to the students at the La-Bawaleshie Primary School in East Legon, Accra.

John Dumelo donates stationery to students at La-Bawaleshie Presby School
Minister of information assists 1,500 BECE candidates in Ofoase-Ayirebi

Minister of information assists 1,500 BECE candidates in Ofoase-Ayirebi

Member of Parliament for Ofoase Ayirebi in the Eastern Region, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has presented mathematical sets to 1500 candidates in the Akyemansa District expected to sit for the 2019 Basic Education Certificate Examination.

Minister of information assists 1,500 BECE candidates in Ofoase-Ayirebi
Double track teachers asked to be patient; government working on paying them

Double track teachers asked to be patient; government working on paying them

According to the Deputy Minister in-charge of Basic and Secondary Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, the ministry is aware of the arrears owed the teachers and is working to settle them as soon as possible.

Double track teachers asked to be patient; government working on paying them
Powerful video and photo drop as Regina Daniels and 59-year-old billionaire husband spotted hand-in-hand as they head home

Powerful video and photo drop as Regina Daniels and 59-year-old billionaire husband spotted hand-in-hand as they head home

Regina Daniels and husband Ned Nwoko were spotted in photos and a video making the round online, as they made their way to a private jet that was waiting to convey them to Abuja. The couple looked absolutely loved up.

Powerful video and photo drop as Regina Daniels and 59-year-old billionaire husband spotted hand-in-hand as they head home
Ghanaian math-goddess to graduate with PhD in mathematics from top UK university

Ghanaian math-goddess to graduate with PhD in mathematics from top UK university

Until recent times, most women hardly pursued courses that would eventually lead to careers in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and a young woman has won many hearts for her PhD work in Mathematics.

Ghanaian math-goddess to graduate with PhD in mathematics from top UK university
Ghana to give citizenship to 200 African-Americans in the year of return

Ghana to give citizenship to 200 African-Americans in the year of return

The government of Ghana is going to grant citizenship to 200 African-Americans as part of the country's commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the arrival of enslaved Africans on plantations.

Ghana to give citizenship to 200 African-Americans in the year of return
Young Ghanaian represents Africa at 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee in USA

Young Ghanaian represents Africa at 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee in USA

Kwabena Adu Darko-Asare, 13, a student at DPS International in Ghana has arrived in the US to represent Ghana in the 92nd Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Young Ghanaian represents Africa at 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee in USA
WAEC initiates investigations into 2019 WASSCE leakage reports

WAEC initiates investigations into 2019 WASSCE leakage reports

WAEC said it has made a formal complaint to the Cyber Crime Unit of the Criminal Investigations Departy (CID) of the Ghana Police on the operations of some "rogue websites", purportedly aiding in examination malpractices.

WAEC initiates investigations into 2019 WASSCE leakage reports
Welcome to the world of the Black Queens player who just bagged a degree

Welcome to the world of the Black Queens player who just bagged a degree

It is not every day you hear of footballers accomplishing tasks at the higher education level but Black Queens forward, Ruth Appiah, is rewriting the scripts after she recently completed her degree programme at UCC

Welcome to the world of the Black Queens player who just bagged a degree
95 and 85-year-old veterans graduate high school

95 and 85-year-old veterans graduate high school

Two war veterans on Saturday, May 25, 2019 fulfilled a dream that had been decades in the making after they were drafted to serve in World War II and the Korean war respectively.

95 and 85-year-old veterans graduate high school
Ablakwa settles mock examination fees for all 1,920 students in his constituency

Ablakwa settles mock examination fees for all 1,920 students in his constituency

Member of Parliament (MP) for North Tongu constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has paid final mock fees for all 1,920 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates in his constituency.

Ablakwa settles mock examination fees for all 1,920 students in his constituency
Young Ghanaian set to graduate Harvard prepares to help solve youth unemployment

Young Ghanaian set to graduate Harvard prepares to help solve youth unemployment

From a rural town in the south of Ghana to his time at Harvard University, one thing has been a constant for MacLean Sarbah and that’s his willingness to help others succeed, especially the young.

Young Ghanaian set to graduate Harvard prepares to help solve youth unemployment
Video goes viral of Ghanaian who makes "house" power banks from laptop batteries

Video goes viral of Ghanaian who makes "house" power banks from laptop batteries

An amazing video of an innovative Ghanaian man who makes power banks from used laptop and cell batteries has gone viral after it was shared by the United Nation's Environmental Programme (UNEP) executive director.

Video goes viral of Ghanaian who makes "house" power banks from laptop batteries
Meet young Ghanaian Paapa Dankyi with masters degree who works as plumber

Meet young Ghanaian Paapa Dankyi with masters degree who works as plumber

Despite the uninformed bias towards certain professions and career choices deemed as relatively less esteemed, an inspiring young African is leading a new era of unembarrassed individuals in fields considered as less prestigious.

Meet young Ghanaian Paapa Dankyi with masters degree who works as plumber
Garu chief lauds NPP government for free SHS; says it has reduced poverty-induced headache of paying fees

Garu chief lauds NPP government for free SHS; says it has reduced poverty-induced headache of paying fees

The chief of Garu in the Garu-Tempane District of the Upper East Region has lauded the Akufo-Addo government for implementing policies. The policies, according to the chief, has brought relief to him and his people.

Garu chief lauds NPP government for free SHS; says it has reduced poverty-induced headache of paying fees
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