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June, 2018

  • 18 June

    New SHS placement policy is to improve system – CSSPS

    FROM ISSAHAKU MOHAMMED, TAMALE MR ISAAC Swatson, an officer at the Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) under the Ghana Education Service (GES), has said the essence of the government, through the Ministry of Education, having a new policy of placing children in senior high schools formulated is to …

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  • 18 June

    Obengfo murder trial… Court to hear bail application on Jun 21

    BY MUNTALLA INUSAH Muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh THE HIGH Court in Accra, presided over by Justice Kofi Dorgu, has adjourned hearing of the bail application before it by lawyers of the embattled Director of Obengfo Hospital, Dominic Obeng Andoh and Edward Amponsah to June 21.   The two accused persons, who are currently …

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  • 18 June

    Local content in Ghana’s Oil and Gas gets impetus in Scotland

    FROM EMMANUEL OHENE DJAN, SCOTLAND   OVER 40 Ghanaian Oil and Gas companies registered with the Petroleum Commission have been exposed to the latest technologies in their industries at the ongoing Oil and Gas trade mission in Aberdeen, Scotland.   The Chief Executive Officer of the Commission, Egbert Faibile Jnr, …

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  • 18 June

    Inflation rises slightly to 9.8%

    BY ROSEMOND BOATENG ADDAI Rosemond.adjetey@yahoo.com THE CONSUMER Price Index (CPI), which measures the change over time in the general price level of goods and services that households acquire for the purposes of consumption in the month of May 2018, has increased to 9.8% as compared to that of the month …

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  • 14 June

    Searches for abortion pills have doubled

    The new survey puts to question the effectiveness of the ban on abortions in countries like Nigeria. Of the 25 countries with highest search interest in Misoprostol, 11 are in Africa and 14 are in Latin America. The BBC survey further revealed that countries with the strictest laws, where abortion …

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