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16 February 2017

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Asamoah Gyan Changes Hairstyle To Conform With ‘ethical hair’ Regulations In UAE

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Ghana and former Sunderland forward Asamoah Gyan changed his hairstyle last year to conform with the cultural sensitivities in UAE where he plies his trade, GHANAsoccernet.com can reveal. The Al Ahli striker maintains a modest hairstyle while in the UAE in conformity with the rules by the UAE federation to promote ethical hairstyles as an […]

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3 February 2017

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All Nations, Islamic Uni., IPMC, UCOMS, IBM & J, Others Removed From NAB Accredited Private Institutions List for 2017; New Ones Added (Updated)

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The National Accreditation Board has made a move we are not actually sure of it’s true impact as they have been silent about it. The board declared the number of both public and private institutions accredited to run various programs on it’s website  and the number declared showed it had clearly added new institutions. But […]

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nursing

19 January 2017

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2017/2018 Health Training Institutions Application Forms Have Been Released and Here Are The Instructions and Entry Requirements

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The 2017/2018 Ghana Health Service application forms for entry into Government Health Training Institutions has been released and here are the specific instructions that are accompanying it this year. There has been a significant change. INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICATIONS INTO HEALTH TRAINING INSTITUTIONS MINISTRY OF HEALTH (CERTIFICATE, DIPLOMA AND BACHELORS DEGREE PROGRAMS) Applications are invited from […]

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breast cancer awareness

25 October 2016

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Breast Cancer Awareness: University of Cape Coast Breast Cancer Researchers Invent Screening Device

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Researchers at the Department of Chemical Pathology at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, have developed a device for early detection of Breast Cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Head of Department, for Chemical Pathology, School of Medical Science (UCCSMS), Dr. Frank Ghartey, disclosed that the device known as ‘Breast Eye’ is able to detect suspicious […]

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10 September 2016

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10 TYPES OF PEOPLE YOU’RE LIKELY TO MEET IN A TROSKI.

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We all board “troskis” at one point in time, Unless you’re not Ghanaian. It’s one of the most economical modes of transportation down here on this black part of the continent. Of course, it’s safe too. So many caliber of persons use this means of transport. From the annoying old lady who won’t stop talking […]

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chale wote 2016

5 August 2016

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The 6th Chale Wote Street Arts Festival At James Town, This August

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The sixth edition of the festival takes place August 15 – 21, 2016, with the participation of more than 200 Ghana-based artists and international artists from ten (10) countries will grace the streets of James Town in its colorful splendor.  SPIRIT ROBOT, the theme for this year’s festival, embraces a power rooted in humanity. It refers to […]

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5 August 2016

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Top 60 Universities In Ghana 2016 (July 2016 Edition)[Ranking Web of Universities]

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 The web ranking of universities have released the second and last updated list for 2016 ranking of universities around the world. The Ranking Web or Webometrics is the largest academic ranking of Higher Education Institutions. Since 2004 and every six months an independent, objective, free, open scientific exercise is performed by the Cybermetrics Lab (Spanish […]

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4 August 2016

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University of Ghana Makes It Unto The Times Higher Education World University Rankings For The First Time Ever

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Ghana’s premier university, University of Ghana, has for the first time been ranked among the top 800 universities in the world for 2015-2016 by the most reputable university ranking system in the world,The Times Higher Education World Universities Ranking. With over 10,000 universities worldwide, this is a great achievement for the institution. This makes it […]

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11 July 2016

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HMMM!!!BOYS,SHUN DAT TYN. WHO FARTED?

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Y’all passed out gas at some point in time in your high school life (primary, JHS, SHS). This doesn’t mean people don’t kill us with gases  in college. Inasmuch as we all did it, are probably doing it right now or even may be planning to do it anytime soon, there are some “killers” of […]

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20 June 2016

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Want Free Solar Panels? The Energy Commission Announces Plan To Distribute 200,000 Roof-Top Solar Panels

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Roof-top solar panels generate and provide an efficient and cheaper source of electricity for your homes. The Ghana Energy Commission, in its effort encourage the use of renewable energy in Ghana and cut down the excess load exerted on the country’s electricity generation, has announced plans to distribute 200,000 solar panels to homes. This move […]

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