Statistical Service Deploys 80,000 Personnel For Census

The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) will deploy 70,000 field supervisors and enumerators to gather data when the 2021 Housing and Population Census gets underway in June. The field supervisors and enumerators are part of an 80,000-strong team, including data-quality administrators, trainers and Information Technology (IT) officers, who have been engaged by the GSS to carry […]

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Apply Here: KNUST Opens Admission For Undergraduate Degree Programmes For The 2021/2022 Academic YearRequirements – Check Entry Requirements

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has opened application for Admissions into Undergraduate Degree Programmes for the 2021/2022 Academic Year. Applicants may Follow the link below and apply https://apps.knust.edu.gh/admissions/ ENTRY REQUIREMENTS WASSCE/SSSCE/ADVANCED LEVEL/MATURE/ABCE/GBCE AND IB CANDIDATES It is announced for the information of prospective Applicants (as specified above) and the general public that […]

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News In: Ambulance carrying pregnant woman involved in a near-fatal accident- [Photos]

An ambulance driver carrying a pregnant woman has been involved in an accident at Sefwi Bekawi. According to reports, the Sefwi Bibiani-Anhwiaso Bekwai ambulance was contacted to transport a woman in labour to the Wiaso Government Hospital. But, prior to reaching their destination, the woman is said to have delivered a baby girl, for which […]

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BREAKING: MTN to increase call, data charges from 1st May 2021- Check Details

Telecom giant MTN Ghana says it is reviewing its call and data tariffs upwards beginning Saturday, May 1, 2021. MTN says the move is to make room for the 1% increase in National Health Insurance Levy by the government. Government introduced the increased the tax as part measures to plough back revenue losses as a […]

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Breaking: NTC Extends Registration deadline for Teachers- Register Now

NTC has extended the Registration deadline for in service Teachers across the country. As part of the processes leading to the licensing of in-service teachers, the National Teaching Council (NTC) set a deadine of 7th May, 2021 for all qualified in-service teachers to register on the Teacher Portal Ghana (TPG). Following request from some relevant […]

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NEWS IN: Legon student feared dead after falling from 4th Floor of Mensah Sarbah Hall- [WATCH VIDEO]

A yet-to-be-identified student at the University of Ghana is feared dead after falling from the 4th Floor of the Mensah Sarbah Hall Annex A.Video Player The accident occurred around 2AM Friday April 23, according to an eye witness. “A guy in Mensah Sarbah Hall Annex A jumped from his room on the fourth floor this […]

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Bantama: Robbers invade MoMo shop; make away with GHC200k

Armed robbers on Wednesday stormed a mobile money outlet in the open streets of Bantama in the Ashanti Regional capital Kumasi, making away with an estimated two hundred thousand cedis (GHc 200,000). The masked robbers wielding pistols broke into the Osuani Boakye Ventures close to the popular Bonsam Gyam enclave at about 7:30 pm and […]

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JUST IN: ECG Releases A 24-hour Timetable For Dumsor Starting 10th May 2021, Check The Affected Areas

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) in collaboration with (GRIDco) has Released A 24-hour Timetable For Dumsor Starting 10th May, 2021. As part of projects to improve power supply reliability and system voltages, the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCO) in collaboration with the Electricity Company of Ghana will undertake interruptions in power supply to facilitate the […]

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All you need to know about nurses training courses- well explained

This article is to help simplify things for you. Keep reading to gain a clearer understanding of the different levels of nursing programs so you can identify which educational path aligns with your career aspirations. 3 main nurses training courses The fact that there are different programmes in the nursing profession is exciting news. It means […]

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