Prof. Margaret Gyapong honoured with Heroine of Health award

The Director of the Centre for Health Policy and Implementation Research of the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Professor Margaret Gyapong, has been honoured with the Heroine of Global Health award.

Leaders must tell truth about problems – Wey Gey Hey Headmistress

The Headmistress of Wesley Girls High School, Betty Djokoto, says the country needs leaders who will tell the truth about problems on the ground so that policies would not be far from realities.

High court freezes suspension of UCC students

A Cape Coast High court has placed an interim injunction on the rustication of some 22 students by the University of Cape Coast.

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