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Month: January 2021

Deputy Education Minister sponsors 30 students to study at UMaT

The Deputy Minister for Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has sponsored 30 students from the Bosomtwe Constituency to study at University of Mines and Technology (UMaT). The students are going to study various engineering courses at UMaT. The Deputy Education…

Job alert: Workers needed for a printing press

Workers are needed for immediate employment for a printing press. The printing press is located at AAMUSTED, formerly UEW-K Campus. Interested persons should fast typists. They should have in-depth knowledge about graphic design and a little hardware oriented. Eligible persons…

Job alert: Drivers needed for immediate employment

A reputable company seeks to employ the services of drivers. The company is located in Adabraka, Accra. The drivers should hold licence C or higher.Eligible drivers should send their CVs to hrkfslimited@yahoo.com or contact 057 112 4483 via WhatsApp. Deadline…

Supfrica app; The fastest growing chat app from Africa

Supfrica Messenger is a messaging and Voice over IP (VoIP) app owned by Techfrica. It was created by a US-based Seirra Leonean called Hafiz Alhassan-Kanu. Like WhatsApp, It allows users to send text messages and voice messages, make voice and…

Customers can sue apple – Supreme Court

Supreme Court will decide whether consumers can sue Apple over App Store “monopoly” . The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments tomorrow on whether consumers should be allowed to sue Apple in the lower courts over the “monopoly” that the…

Safety precautions students and teachers must follow when school resumes

Basic schools in Ghana are to re-open on 15th January, 2021. Earlier, I published an article about how this is a major responsibility to the Ghanaian classroom teacher. In this write up, I will outline a number of saftey guidelines…

Reopening of basic schools in Ghana: A major responsibility for teachers

It is a known fact that the advent of COVID-19 has caused major setbacks in most sectors around the world, education included. The Ghana Education Service (GES) ordered the immediate and indefinite shut down of basic and second-cycle schools hosting…

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