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EJF, Sea Front, ATL FM Mark Beach Clean-Up Day

Environmental Justice Foundation, Dennis Foundation and ATL FM last Saturday marked International Coastal Clean-Up Day with a clean-up exercise along the beach in parts of the Cape Coast metropolis. The exercise was also supported by the Fisheries Commission and students of St. Monica's JHS in Cape Coast

The head, Department of Finance of the School of Business of University of Cape Coast, Prof. John Gati Gatsi says, the Securities and Exchange Commission did not use the right approach in ordering for the immediate suspension of the gold deposit-taking business of Menzgold.
According to Professor Gatsi, the Securities and Exchange Commission should have considered the impact of their order on market players before leaking any documents to the public.

Two persons died and thirty others suffered various degrees of injury in a road crash early Wednesday morning in Cape Coast after a Hyundai Maxi bus with thirty-three passengers on board crashed into a MAN Diesel Container truck loaded with fish from Tema to Elmina.

Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast Professor George K.T. Oduro is scheduled to hold his inaugural lecture today. The Lecture is an official ceremony to outdoor him and celebrate his scholarly achievement following his elevation to the rank of a full Professor.

The School of Biological sciences yesterday held the 4th edition of the K. N. EYESON lecture, an annual event that honours Emeritus Professor Kobina Ndzeba Eyeson for his contribution to the development of the School and the University of Cape Coast at large.

The Public Relations Officer of the National Health Insurance Authority, Barimah Sarpong says the general public should disregard speculations suggesting that the authority is at the verge of collapse.

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