Monday, 24 September 2018

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Saving preterm babies through Kangaroo Mother Care: the way to go

Globally, it is estimated that about 15 million babies are born preterm annually with over one million dying as a result of complications.

Your Language,Your identity- don't hide it.

Your Language,Your identity- don't hide it.

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As Professor Atuguba scares the mask wearers…

Folks, Prof. Raymond Atuguba of the Faculty of Law, University of Ghana (Legon), has unleashed heat waves and those the cap fits have either quickly worn it (even if askew) or are afraid to wear it. We are not surprised. Facing a heat wave isn’t a pleasant experience.

Court orders NCA to suspend sanctions against radio stations


The E-Communications tribunal has ordered the National Communications Authority, NCA, to suspend the sanctions against some radio stations accused of violating the Communications Act.

The GhanaPostGPS App doesn’t solve Ghana’s addressing problems

Someone told me that you can’t use the GhanaPostGPS app when your cellular data was off. I thought that was odd and called BS.

So I turned off my cellular data and tried the application again.

Guess what? It didn’t work. They were right.

Brewing Success in Africa: Nkrumah’s Nkroful Story” By Richfield Anlimah Quarshie In Honour Of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah

Ladies and Gentlemen, prophecy is being fulfilled today. The Cajole Liberty Float was a prediction that was made 51 years ago in Addis Ababa. Today, I find it much honor to witness an event that was foretold in history.

Is basic education really free?



The implementation of the Free Senior High School is good news for parents whose wards enrolled in second cycle institutions this year. However, for some parents in public basic schools, especially the Junior High School, the notion that basic education in Ghana is free under the Free Compulsory Universal Basic Education (FCUBE), is just a fallacy.