About 56 per cent of Ghana’s human capital will go waste in the next 18 years because of the poor quality of the country’s education system, the latest Human Capital Index (HCI) report by the World Bank has revealed.
Representatives from Ghana are taking part in this year’s Africa Oil Week, one of the continent’s leading upstream oil and gas gatherings, where leaders will make a case for investments in Ghana’s oil sector.
The Minister of Education, Dr Mathew Opoku-Prempeh, has stated that measures are being put in place to tie the continuous stay of school managers and teachers at work to the educational outcomes of their students.
The Headmaster of the Nkwanta Senior High School (SHS), Paul Boafo Nyarko has alleged that the wives of teaching staff, as well as some female teachers, were raped last Tuesday by students during riots at the school.
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, took his campaign against plastic pollution to the government and other stakeholders when he engaged in a roundtable dialogue with some stakeholders in the plastic industry in the country to find a solution to the menace.
A Professor of Law at the School of Law, University of Ghana, Legon, Prof. Henrietta Mensa-Bonsu, has called on legal practitioners to exhibit the values of integrity and honour in the discharge of their duties.
Ghanaian Tour Operators have received applause from South African Tourism (SAT), the country’s tourism marketing organization, for their contribution to the 22 per cent growth in inbound tourists to South Africa.
One person died on the spot, while 14 others who sustained severe injuries are battling for their lives at the Sunyani Regional Hospital following a vehicular accident on the Berekum-Nsoatre Highway on Saturday evening.