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Daily minimum wage increased to GH¢8
03 October 2015

Daily minimum wage increased to GH¢8

The Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Haruna Iddrisu has revealed that government has increased the national daily minimum wage from GH¢7 to GH¢8.“Government and its social partners have also concluded negotiations on the national daily minimum wage which has increased from 7 cedis to 8 cedis,” he said. Haruna Iddrisu made the revelation on Eyewitness News on Friday. He said salaries of public sector workers have also been increased by 10 percent. “The Fair Wages Salaries Commission, the Trades Union Congress and other unions met today [Friday] to finalise and conclude negotiations on base pay and salary negotiations for...

WAEC withholds over 6,000 BECE results
18 September 2015

WAEC withholds over 6,000 BECE results

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) said it has withheld results of 6,812 students who allegedly indulged in various malpractices in the 2015 Basic Education Certificate Examination pending investigations. According to WAEC, “the withheld results will be released as soon as the Council concludes its investigations.” BECE results released Meanwhile WAEC has released the provisional results of the June 2015 Basic Education Certificate Examination. The council stated that it is in the process of dispatching the results to the schools through the Municipal District Directors of Education. According to a press release issued by WAEC, a total of 437,942 candidates registered for...

Launch of GNAT Week
16 September 2015

Launch of GNAT Week

ADDRESS BY MR. ALEXANDER MAWUSI BUADIACTING NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF GNAT AT THE LAUNCH OFTHE 2015 GNAT WEEK/WORLD TEACHERS’ DAYAT THE TEACHERS HALL COMPLEX, ACCRAON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2015 THEME: “EMPOWERING TEACHERS, BUILDING SUSTAINABLE SOCIETIES”. Colleague National Officers,Ag. General Secretary and his Staff,Our Friends from the Media,Distinguished Guests,Ladies and Gentlemen, We give thanks and praise to God for yet another opportunity to meet for the launch of GNAT Week/World Teachers’ Day. I thank you all for honouring our invitation. As has been the custom in the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) every year, a series of activities are lined up to be undertaken by...

JHS is weakest link in Ghana’s education system – Prof. Djangmah
09 September 2015

JHS is weakest link in Ghana’s education system – Prof. Djangmah

An educationist, Professor Jerome S. Djangmah, has declared the Junior High School (JHS) system which was introduced in 1974 and fully implemented in 1986, as the weakest link in Ghana’s educational system. It was implemented alongside the Senior High School (SHS) system. Professor Djangma, speaking as a guest on the ‘Time with the legend,’ a segment on the Citi Breakfast Show on Tuesday, said the JHS and SHS systems which replaced the ‘O and A-Level education system, have not fully achieved their objectives. The academician, who once served as the Chairman of the West African Examinations Council, (WAEC) and a...