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No tax, no free SHS - Think tank boss advises gov't to allow the benefits to only people who pay tax

Make people pay tax before you give them free SHS - Government advised by top think tank

No tax, no free SHS - Think tank boss advises gov't to allow the benefits to only people who pay tax
Three Ghanaians get Queen Elizabeth award for their contributions to social development in Ghana

Three Ghanaians get Queen Elizabeth award for their contributions to social development in Ghana

Derrick Omari, 22; Alimatu Bawah, 28; and Shadrack Osei Frimpong, 26; will join their colleagues from other Commonwealth countries to receive the Young Leaders Awards at the Buckingham Palace onTuesday, June 26, 2018. YEN.com.gh.

Three Ghanaians get Queen Elizabeth award for their contributions to social development in Ghana
NSMQ mistress learns her lessons; uses paper bag after 2017 stolen bag episode

NSMQ mistress learns her lessons; uses paper bag after 2017 stolen bag episode

The theft is believed to have happened after fans crowded the stage to celebrate Prempeh College’s victory in the 2017 grand finale. Students of Prempeh College and Adisadel College were fingered over the missing bag last year.

NSMQ mistress learns her lessons; uses paper bag after 2017 stolen bag episode
UDS dismisses 18 final year students who faked WASSCE results

UDS dismisses 18 final year students who faked WASSCE results

The University for Development Studies (UDS) have dismissed some final year students for falsifying their West African Examinations Council (WAEC). The number of students are said to be 18. These students falsified their results.

UDS dismisses 18 final year students who faked WASSCE results
CHASS says delays in payment of Free SHS grants creating serious financial challenges

CHASS says delays in payment of Free SHS grants creating serious financial challenges

In a letter signed by national president Victor Yanney, the body said it would be grateful if the third term grants are released by government with immediate effect. CHASS seems to contradict what the education ministry is saying.

CHASS says delays in payment of Free SHS grants creating serious financial challenges
Hon. Barbara Asher Ayisi honored for massive support during 'Wear Ghana Month' in latest photos

Hon. Barbara Asher Ayisi honored for massive support during 'Wear Ghana Month' in latest photos

The Deputy Minister of Education in charge of Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET), Mrs. Barbara Asher Ayisi, has received an accolade for her constant promotion of African Wear during the “Wear Ghana Month."

Hon. Barbara Asher Ayisi honored for massive support during 'Wear Ghana Month' in latest photos
Students allegedly refuse to write exams at Kintampo college of health

Students allegedly refuse to write exams at Kintampo college of health

Students of a particular class at the College of Health, Kintampo, are refusing to write an exams paper they claim they are not psychologically ready for. The intention of the students is contained in a letter sighted by YEN.com.

Students allegedly refuse to write exams at Kintampo college of health
Ghana National College finally reacts to news of the death of a first-year student

Ghana National College finally reacts to news of the death of a first-year student

The school authorities at the Ghana National College (GNC) have reacted to the news of the death a first-year-student, Ruby Teiko. The headmistress of the school, Juliana Owusu-Ansah stated that they did their best but they could.

Ghana National College finally reacts to news of the death of a first-year student
Video of SHS students pouring libation to ‘bury’ Science pops up on the internet

Video of SHS students pouring libation to ‘bury’ Science pops up on the internet

YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video, which shows eight Senior High School (SHS) students pouring libation. In the video, the students, who are in their final year, are gathered at a spot and dressed in traditional cloths.

Video of SHS students pouring libation to ‘bury’ Science pops up on the internet
GES pays 10 teachers for working 2 years at a community without school buildings

GES pays 10 teachers for working 2 years at a community without school buildings

Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that the Ghana Education Service (GES) posted 10 teachers to the Northern region even though there is no school building. The village to which they were posted, Kochim, is in Kumbungu.

GES pays 10 teachers for working 2 years at a community without school buildings
Atebubu SHS students go on rampage after teachers refused bribe to help them cheat in WASSCE

Atebubu SHS students go on rampage after teachers refused bribe to help them cheat in WASSCE

Atebubu Divisional Police commander ACP Kwame Akomeah who confirmed the incident stated that three students were arrested but authorities of the school pleaded for their release so they could complete their exams.

Atebubu SHS students go on rampage after teachers refused bribe to help them cheat in WASSCE
Ejisuman SHS scandal: Female students share their stories (Video)

Ejisuman SHS scandal: Female students share their stories (Video)

The Ghana Education Service (GES), through a special investigation committee has found eight teachers of Ejisuman Senior High School guilty of sexual misconduct in the Ashanti Region after being accused by some female students.

Ejisuman SHS scandal: Female students share their stories (Video)
Meet Joanna Gunab, a physically challenged Medical Student to have won first ever Kareoke contest

Meet Joanna Gunab, a physically challenged Medical Student to have won first ever Kareoke contest

A level 400 Medical Student of University for Development Studies (UDS), Joanna Gunab has emerged as the winner of first ever edition of Kareoke contest in Tamale organized by Tamale City Hotel in the Northern Region.

Meet Joanna Gunab, a physically challenged Medical Student to have won first ever Kareoke contest
KNUST worker in ‘trouble’ for defending the University 'wrongly' against Kwesi Pratt

KNUST worker in ‘trouble’ for defending the University 'wrongly' against Kwesi Pratt

Some ardent readers of Ghana’s leading news website, YEN.com.gh have descended heavily on Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) lecturer Kofi Appiah Koranteng after he made an attempt to save the image of KNUS

KNUST worker in ‘trouble’ for defending the University 'wrongly' against Kwesi Pratt
Free SHS: No student is studying under trees – minister

Free SHS: No student is studying under trees – minister

The ministry of Education has refuted allegations that some Senior High School (SHS) students are studying under trees. The deputy minister, Barbara Asher Ayisi, revealed that reports circulating on social media were false.

Free SHS: No student is studying under trees – minister
Central University registrar explains why the institution is laying off 200 staff

Central University registrar explains why the institution is laying off 200 staff

The registrar of Central University College (CUC), Mr Emil Afenyo has disclosed that the institution is in serious financial distress and can no longer keep a number of its junior and senior staff members on its pay roll.

Central University registrar explains why the institution is laying off 200 staff
I would soon clarify my statement – Journalist who wrote about the headmaster who walks 42km to school finally speaks

I would soon clarify my statement – Journalist who wrote about the headmaster who walks 42km to school finally speaks

A journalist, Eliasu Mohammed Tanko, who broke the story about a headmaster, Awudu Kombian, who allegedly walks 42km every day to school, has said he would get more answers. He added that he tried to confirm the statement.

I would soon clarify my statement – Journalist who wrote about the headmaster who walks 42km to school finally speaks
Tolon Assembly rewards teacher who walks 42km to school with a standing fan

Tolon Assembly rewards teacher who walks 42km to school with a standing fan

The Tolon District Assembly has rewarded a teacher who walks 42 kilometres to class, Awudu Kombian, with a standing fan. The award was given to the teacher at the 61st Independence day parade on Tuesday at Tolon.

Tolon Assembly rewards teacher who walks 42km to school with a standing fan
Girl, 6, donates her life saving to buy desks for deprived pupils in Yikurugu

Girl, 6, donates her life saving to buy desks for deprived pupils in Yikurugu

A six-year-old pupil of the Christ the King School in Accra, Dorothy Nana Ofeiwaa Adjei, has donated GH¢196.70p to help acquire school desks for pupils of the Yikurugu D/A Basic School who lie on their stomachs to study.

Girl, 6, donates her life saving to buy desks for deprived pupils in Yikurugu
Central University to fire 200 more workers

Central University to fire 200 more workers

It is emerging that about 200 workers of Central University College in Accra are going to be laid off. According to the Registrar of the University, the exercise is being carried out due to poor finances of the University College.

Central University to fire 200 more workers
Headmaster in 'Kitchen stool' video returns from hideout to face GES

Headmaster in 'Kitchen stool' video returns from hideout to face GES

The headmaster of Breman Adumanu D/A Basic School, Robert Sepey who was exposed in the infamous sex video with a 19-year-old SHS student on a kitchen stool has resurfaced to face GES after weeks of going in hiding.

Headmaster in 'Kitchen stool' video returns from hideout to face GES
Minority blows alarm over $370k waste by Education Minister

Minority blows alarm over $370k waste by Education Minister

Kumbugu MP, Ras Mubarak described the expenses as frivolous. But, Matthew Opoku Prempeh in a response on the floor of Parliament justified the $370,000 expenditure, arguing the training was important for the organizations.

Minority blows alarm over $370k waste by Education Minister
5 bad things people say about some tribes in Ghana

5 bad things people say about some tribes in Ghana

Ghana currently has a population of about 25 million people. The country is also blessed with beautiful people from different cultural background. The country became the first African country to gain independence from the British

5 bad things people say about some tribes in Ghana
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