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Tier one is the mandatory Social Security and National Insurance Trust, SSNIT, tier two which is ...

NPRA’S Efforts To prosecute Defaulting Pension Companies

Written By By Dominic Hlordzi - Report that the National Pensions Regulatory Authority, NPRA has begun a process to prosecute 13 companies in the country for failing to honour any of the mandatory schemes for their workers is indeed pleasing to the ear. What are the mandatory schemes? Ghana after the review of the pension laws now has three-tier schemes for workers.

In fact, to have 67 people escorting 17 unwanted guests is in itself a signal that the German government is really serious with its immigration laws.

Urgent action needed to reduce the annual figures of Ghanaian deportees

 Written By By Dominic Hlordzi - Deportation!! Deportation! Tom Tancredo, an American politician once said that “the word nobody wants to use is deportation and once you are in their country illegally, that’s the punishment. You will face deportation.

The suggestion to elect the MMDCEs if endorsed by the electorate come December 17 will among other benefits enhance participation and all-inclusive governance at the grassroots level, ...

File image - Upcoming Referendum On Election Of MMDCEs

Written By Dominic Hlordzi - In December this year Ghanaians will go to the polls to elect Assembly and Unit Committee members for the various Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies. Fastened to the election is the opportunity for the electorate to exercise their franchise in a referendum to either endorse or reject the proposal for the election of Chief Executives of the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies, MMDCEs.

The new curriculum which was developed by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment is a shift from the objective-based curriculum to a standards-based curriculum with focus on strengthening the acquisition of the 4Rs -

Implementation of the new Standard-Based Curriculum for basic schools. Image credit - ebitcoinics

Written By Elorm Kpedator - Basic schools across the country are experiencing a new academic dawn. With it comes a new Standard-Based Curriculum which will change the entire scope of basic education in the country. In February this year, the President, Nana Akufo-Addo in his third State of the Nation Address announced that a new Standard-Based Curriculum is to be rolled out by government from Kindergarten to Primary 6 by September this year.

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