Yesterday (May 12, 2022), the world marked International Nurses’ Day, celebrated annually in memory of the birth of the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale. It is also to honour the nurse as an invaluable resource and raise awareness of the challenges nurses face.
On Thursday, May 5, 2022, our Senior Court Reporter, Emmanuel Ebo Hawkson, appeared before the Supreme Court following a summons for him to explain the content of a story relating to a case pending before the apex court and to reveal his source of information.
The Government Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim, has proposed a comprehensive stocktaking and audit of all socio-economic policies implemented since the country gained Republican status to help guide the effective formulation of new policies and outcomes.
Since 2020 when the government took the bold decision to completely change the curriculum for basic schools, there has been public outcry, especially after teachers came out that the resource pack given them as temporary teaching material was not detailed enough for proper and effective teaching to take place.
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement is seen by many as an excellent strategy to develop Africa’s economy through its manufacturing sector, after many years of discussions about creating a common market.
APRIL 25, every year, is observed as World Malaria Day. Globally, the World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that in 2020, 241 million clinical cases of malaria occurred, and 627,000 people died from it, most of them children in Africa.
The list is endless when it comes to causes of climate change. Fossil fuels, deforestation, desertification, environmental pollution, illegal logging, illegal mining, CO2 emissions, habitat destruction, poaching, pollution of water bodies, overfishing, oil spills, greenhouse gases, are some of the causes.
This week the Daily Graphic has devoted extensive coverage to the concern raised by the Ghana Printers and Paper Converters Association (GPPCA) that attempts are being made by some publishers, in connivance with some local printers, to source the printing of government textbooks to printers outside the country.