In the past 96 hours and counting, the country‘s attention has been focused on issues surrounding the abrogation of the contract between the Government of Ghana and the Power Distribution Services (PDS).
Today is World Standards Day and it is being marked to harp on the importance of synchronising standards in all parts of the world and acknowledge the singular significance of standardisation to the world economy.
Once again, the Daily Graphic has had to return to the issue of plastic waste because of the negative impact its improper disposal has on the environment. The country’s population of approximately 30 million people is estimated to generate over 3,000 tonnes of waste from plastics across the country daily, a figure that constitutes about 14 per cent of the entire municipal solid waste accumulated in the country.
For the past couple of days, the country has been greeted with agitation and anxiety following the purported introduction of the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in our school curriculum.