GES Study Leave With PAY Qualifications for 2022/2023 Out [Check here]

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has released the Study Leave with Pay Qualifications for 2022/2023 for employees who plan to enhance their education. Members of the GES who wish to take advantage of the Study Leave with Pay must complete the conditions for the 2022/2023 fiscal year. 1. To be eligible for study leave, the […]

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Free SHS has increased SHS enrolment by 50% – Bawumia

  Senior High School (SHS) enrollment has surged by 50 percent since the Akufo-Addo government implemented the Free Senior High School (Free SHS) in 2017, according to Ghana’s Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia. In his speech at a ceremony to give over more than 75 buses and five pickup vehicles to certain selected public second […]

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Vice-President hands over 75 buses to Senior High Schools

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice-President of the Republic of Ghana, has handed over more than 75 buses to Senior High Schools (SHSs) around the country as part of his government’s endeavor to promote secondary school education. President Nana Akufo-right-hand Addo’s man also handed over the keys of five pickup trucks to head tutors of the beneficiaries […]

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New 8 member board inaugurated for GNAT Provident Fund

[ad 1]   The Provident Fund of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has a new board, which was inaugurated by Minister of Employment and Labour Relations Ignatius Baffour Awuah. The board is comprised of eight members, with Ransford Lolih, the association’s National Treasurer, as chairperson and Thomas Musah, Helen Akua Asantewaa Osei, Peter […]

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The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) grants concessionary loan for education in Ghana

[ad 1]   Mr Sameh Azzuz, the leader of the BADEA group, emphasized that the mediation is a critical component of the bank’s social responsibility for the growth of better education in the country. The objective is to increase access and desire to study, alleviate pressure in overcrowded homerooms, improve the character of education, bridge […]

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UMaT receives computers and other accessories from AMS to support their E-learning activities

African Mining Services (AMS), a contract mining and exploratory drilling services firm, has donated computers and accessories to the Tarkwa University of Mines and Technology. (UMaT). Joseph Abu Baka, the company’s operations manager, stated during the university’s presentation event that AMS was a direct beneficiary of UMaT goods, resulting in support for its training activities. […]

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NAGRAT to fight decision by GES to compel 10 percent rent deduction of teachers’ salaries

[ad 1]   The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), led by President Angel Carbonu, has decided to oppose the Ghana Education Service’s (GES) rule requiring members to pay rent for residing in government bungalows. This was disclosed in an interview with Joy News by Association President, Angel Carbonu, in reaction to GES’s formal letter […]

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African Development Bank(AfDB) Approves Sustainable Borrowing Policy to Tackle Post COVID-19

[ad 1]   The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a sustainable borrowing policy to address post-COVID-19 issues. The COVID-19 outbreak has put further burden on government budgets. *The situation has deteriorated as a result of countries’ extraordinary relaxation of fiscal and monetary policy in order to cushion the socioeconomic effects of the pandemic*. According […]

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UTAG National President Clarifies Stance on Suspension of Strike

Professor Solomon Nunoo, National President of UTAG, took the initiative to address concerns raised in the aftermath of strike-related occurrences at many major public institutions. Prof Solomon stated on Newsfile on Saturday February 26,2022 that notwithstanding disagreements from various professors from various sections of the Association, the suspension of the statewide strike action remains in […]

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