The University of Ghana has launched a new four-year Bachelor of Education curriculum aimed at transforming Ghanaian schools into stimulating environments and to give the opportunity to every learner to develop their full potentia
Accra, May 19, GNA - President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Sunday rounded off tour of the Savannah Region, as part of his six-day working visit to the Oti, North East and the Savannah Regions.His two-day visit to the Savannah Region, took him to Daboya, Damongo, Sawla and Yapei.
Accra, May 19, GNA - The Saint Francis of Assisi Senior High School Old Girls Association (FOGA) has honoured Mr Vincent Noora, former Teacher for his selfless service and his contribution towards their upbringing.The group said Mr Noora was a hardworking and dedicated teacher who motivated, mentored, encourag
Ashanti Gold SC preserved their 100% home form with an emphatic 4-0 victory over Bechem United at the Len Clay stadium on Sunday.Claiming all three points of the game takes them a step closer to securing qualification to the semi-finals of the Special Competition.The Gold and Black lads need to win their last match next weekend to book their ticket to the next round.The hosts got themselves in front in the 32nd minute after Douglas Opoku had put the ball behind the back of his own
Burkina Faso striker Songne Yacouba scored on his return to action after two months out through injury as Asante Kotoko boosted their chances of qualifying for the semi-finals of the Normalisation Committee Special Competition with victory over Medeama on Sunday. Yacouba, who had been out of action since featuring in Kotoko's penultimate match in CAF Confederation Cup group stage against Al Hilal, opened the scoring with in-form striker Fatawu Safiu also finding the back
By Benjamin Akoto, GNAKoti Ye Aboa (E/R), May 19, GNA - Mr William Owuraku Aidoo, the Deputy Minister of Energy in-charge of Power has commissioned a $2.3 million electrification project aimed at improving the economic fortunes of residents in the New Abirem Constituency.
Four Ghanaian players at Belgian giants Anderlecht will be coached by iconic former Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany next season.This comes after the influential defender on Sunday revealed his decision to leave Manchester City after 11 years at the English Premier League champions.Anderlecht, the club where he trained since he was a child, quickly revealed on Sunday that they have reached an agreement for the defender to return to the club as a player-coach.This means he
Cape Coast, May 19, GNA - Pastor Eric Appah Marfo of the Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries International, Cape Coast branch, has entreated Ghanaians to be diligent in discharging their duties to attain growth. He said diligence meant doing something thoroughly and well, adding that it was the oppo
By Eric K. Amoh, GNABolgatanga, May 19, GNA – The Venerable Dennis Tong, Arch Deacon of the Bolgatanga-Binaba and Parish Priest of the Saint Cyprians Anglican Church has called on Christians to be resolute to the vocations they find themselves in.
Ghanaian duo of Bernard Tekpetey and Christopher Antwi-Adjei played major roles as their club Paderborn secured a return to the German top-flight Bundesliga.A third Ghanaian at the club Philimon Tawiah was not as influential as he did not play a match for the club as they fought to gain the automatic promotion.Paderborn returned to the Bundesliga on Sunday despite a 3-1 defeat at Dynamo Dresden as Union Berlin failed to take advantage in Germany’s second division.Union, which
Karela United maintained their unbeaten run at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park as they defeat Dreams FC by 2-0 on match day 13 of the GFA Special Competition.The Ayinese club are having a good run in the competition as they look poised to pick the second spot in Group B to progress to the quarter-finals.Solomon Sarfo Taylor and Patrick Yeboah secured the win for Karela United against a struggling Dreams side who have been poor in the competition. Karela United have accrued 24 points
Hearts of Oak cemented their place at the top of Zone B of the Special Competition with a thumping win over Elmina Sharks at the Accra Sports Stadium. First half penalty from Christopher Bonney and second half strikes from Manaf Umar and Fatawu Mohammed gave the Phobians a comfortable 3-1 win over the Ndoum Boys. George Amonoo scored the consolation for Sharks.In-form Christopher Bonney hit the woodwork after a period of control by the Phobians, which saw Manaf Umar also lay in
By Iddi Yire, GNATamale, May 18, GNA - The newly created Savannah Region is seeking collaboration with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) to end child-exploitation.Mr Salifu Adam Braimah, Savanna