Monthly Archives: November 2018

Free SHS: Increase taxes for parents who want to pay

Government has been asked to target for more taxations for parents opposed to free senior high school education. John Mensah who described himself as a pastorargued that if parents are so desirous of paying for their children’s senior secondary education then they should offer to rather pay more taxes. He …

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Start-ups to enjoy tax reliefs for first 3 yrs

The Business Development Minister says government is coming up with interventions aimed at strengthening local businesses to compete, including providing tax reliefs for start-ups. Responding to concerns that government was pampering foreign companies with exemptions and reliefs to the detriment of local companies Mohammed Awal, who opened the Second Ghana …

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Deputy MASLOC CEO involved in school feeding scandal

Source:savannanews24.com : The Deputy CEO of MASLOC, Hajia Abibata Shani Mahama Zakaria has been caught in massive school feeding fraud in the Eastern Corridor Districts of the Northern Region. She has issued fifty six (56) school feeding appointment letters, which has been found to be fake to NPP party delegates especially …

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GES sacks ‘kitchen stool sex’ headmaster

Source:savannanews24.com: The headmaster in the infamous kitchen stool sex tape has been sacked by the Ghana Education Service (GES). Robert Sepey, formerly of Adumanu D/A Basic School in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District of the Central Region was among a list of five people who had their appointment terminated by …

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Government secures $100m for Technical Universities

The government has secured over $100 million facility from the China Exim Bank for infrastructural upgrade and provision of equipment and training for use by polytechnics, technical institutes and technical universities in the country. The Ministry of Education is therefore working hard to ensure the takeoff of these projects before …

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