We won’t call off strike now despite government’s payment – NAGRAT

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has refused to call off its strike despite government’s release of over forty-nine million cedis to the Ghana Education Service for the payment of delayed transfer grant and other outstanding allowances to teachers in the country. Members of NAGRAT together with the Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT) areRead More

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GNAT Embarks on Strike In Six Regions in Ghana

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has joined its fellow teacher group, National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) in its industrial action against what they describe as unfavorable working conditions. In a press release issued by the association, six out of the ten regional branches of the Association are confirmed to embark on industrialRead More

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Government of Ghana Introduces One-Pupil-One-Cocoa-Drink Policy

The Government of Ghana is implementing policies that will help instill the habit of cocoa consumption in the populace and will, in the long run, create a market for cocoa products in the country. One of these policy initiatives is to provide a cup of cocoa drink to all Kindergarten, Primary School pupils in GhanaRead More

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