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Legon Cities captain fires Olympics warning

Degorl Jeffery, Captain of Legon Cities FC, has said,he and his teammates are focused on defeating city-rivals...

BPI holds 6th public lecture on 2020 Population Census

The Baraka Policy Institute (BPI), a social policy think tank on Wednesday held its sixth annual public lecture on Ghana’s upcoming 2020 population census. ...
2020 GUSA Games

2020 GUSA Games End Successfully

The 26th edition of the Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA) Games ended last Saturday at the University of Ghan, Legon. University of Cape Coast (UCC)...

We need service-minded leaders to achieve Ghana Beyond Aid – Imani Africa

Mr. Kofi Bentil, Senior Vice President, IMANI Africa, a policy think tank, says the country needs service-minded leaders to achieve the Ghana Beyond Aid...

StanChart Endowment Fund supports 31 University students

Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited has disbursed a total of GH₵71,000.00 to support 31 brilliant and needy students from five public universities. The money is...
organic agriculture

West Africa Organic Conference to be held in November

The Ecological Organic Agriculture Platform, Ghana (EOAP-G) in collaboration with the West Africa Organic Network and the African Organic Network will host the 5th...

Ghana’s Parliamentary oversight is well managed by the minority – Haruna Iddrisu

The best vehicle for Parliamentary Oversight in Ghana is the Minority as the Majority finds it difficult to hold their governments accountable, Mr Haruna...

Afrobarometer Director Grabs Distinguished Africanist Award

Prof. E. Gyimah-Boadi, co-founder and Executive Director of Afrobarometer, has won the 2018 Distinguished Africanist Award for his outstanding scholarship and service to the...
Old vandals Donate

Pantang mental Hospital receives Donation From Old Vandals

Sons of Bacchus (SOB), a group made up of past students of Commonwealth Hall of the University of Ghana, Legon have donated items worth...

Ghanaian students compete for proficiency in Chinese language

The Confucius Institute at the University of Ghana, Legon, on Friday organized the 17th Chinese Bridge Preliminary competition for non-Chinese college students. The contest aims...
Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA)

GRA sensitises UG and UPSA students on Tax compliance policy

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has organised a day’s symposium for students of the University of Professional Studies and University of Ghana, Legon, to...

Citizens must be educated to demand accountability – NCCE

Educating the public on the different dimensions of corruption would empower citizens to eschew corruption in all its forms as well as constructively support...
Ken Ofori-Atta, Minister of Finance

Ghana requires sustainable measures to provide jobs

The Finance Minister, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, says the government’s decision to employ some 100,000 graduates under the Nation Builders’ Corps (NBC) is a right...

Corporate Social Responsibility Secretariat Inaugurated

The Ministry of Trade and Industry can now guarantee that programmes and projects designed for the country will reflect relevant issues bothering communities and...

Ministry Draw Attention To Challenges of Open Defecation

Mr Kofi Adda, the Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources, has asked Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to submit their roadmap for...
Wpid University Of Ghana

Graduates Advised To Avoid Procrastinating Their Goals

Mr Matthew Boadu Adjei, founder of Oasis Capital Ghana Limited, has advised graduates of the University of Ghana, Legon, to be confident, and avoid...
Noguchi Memorial Institute

Ghanaians Urged To Adopt Scientific Measures

Professor Kwadwo Koram, the Former Director of Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, Legon, said Ghanaians must examine their beliefs in the context of...

Stakeholders Call For Legislation To Govern Child Pornography

A law lecturer has called for a comprehensive legislation, criminalizing and punishing child pornography and other emerging forms of child sex abuse. Professor Robin Walker...

Gender Ministry Asked To Deepen Relation With Parents

A law consultant says parents should have pivotal role in the review process of the country’s child protection laws. Professor Robin Walker Sterling of the...

Ghana’s President Appoints Governing Boards For State-Owned Media

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in consultation with the National Media Commission has appointed chairperson and members of governing boards of state-owned media houses...

M.anifest Shuts Down Legon with Now Here Cool” Concert

Saturday the 4th of November will forever be indelibly etched in the showbiz history of Ghana and the world over as the "most memorable"...

M.anifest Hits Legon with His Concert Dubbed ‘Now here Cool’

MyGhPay is storming Legon for what promises to be an epic Artist’s Night at the Elizabeth Sey hall week this Saturday 4th November 2017. Dubbed...
Agriculture in Africa

University of Ghana champions well-being of citizens through agriculture

The University of Ghana, Legon, on Friday hosted a workshop with industry, academia and other stakeholders to strategize in using agriculture to eradicate poverty...
David West

David West Leads Accra’s 1-day Basketball Clinic

NBA star David West will engage young kids in a skills camp to be hosted at the University of Ghana-Legon, on Tuesday August 15. David...
Innovate Ghana Design Challenge Awards

Innovate Ghana: 2017 High School Challenge Awards

The 5th edition of the annual Innovate Ghana Design Challenge Awards is happening this Friday, the 11th of August 2017, at 4pm at the...
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Graduates urged to effectively utilize leisure hours

Mrs Frances Adu-Mante, a Consultant, on Saturday admonished post graduates of the University of Ghana to maintain balance between working and creating opportunities for...

Prof Odamtten urges Gov’t to adopt pre and post-harvest conservation methods for Ghana’s food...

Application of pre and post-harvest conservation methods of food helps in the extension of the shelf-life and thus improve food security and make food...

World Oceans Day: EPA holds debate for its commemoration

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), on Wednesday held a schools’ debate, as part of the activities lined up for the celebration of this year’s...

Universities are also living organisms

Even if he was not a card-bearing member of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), the former Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana...

Dr Margaret McIntyre to leave Ghana

After capping a 20-year-long career as lecturer of Mathematics at the University of Ghana, Legon, Dr Margaret McIntyre bows out and prepares to leave...