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Group photo of participants at the training

As part of activities marking its 75th anniversary, the Voice of America (VOA) has organised a three day training session for editors and managers of various affiliate media houses across Africa.

The training which was held at Fairmont The Norfolk Hotel in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi brought together over fifty journalists who discussed issues hinged on improving upon news production.

Mr. Marcellinus Dery speaking on the Atlantic Wave

A lecturer at the Department of Communication Studies of University Cape Coast [UCC], Mercilinus Dery, has commended the president for the sod-cutting of the world’s biggest LPG-fired plant which would commence work on a 400 megawatt (MW) power project in Tema.

He however indicated that even though supply of power has become stable for some time now, it has not been affordable for some people.

The Students’ Representative Council [SRC] of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] has awarded the Station Manager of ATL FM Kwabena Antwi-Konadu, for his contribution and dedication towards championing students interest on campus.

Mr. Kwabena Antwi-Konadu received the life changing award for his immense contribution, through sacrifice and dedication which led to the establishment of the Campus Broadcasting Service Centre which houses SRC office complex, ATL FM, ATL FMONLINE and T.V UCC.

The Department of Finance and the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Small Enterprise Development [CESED] of the School of Business of University of Cape Coast have taken the initiative to organize a training seminar for market women within the environs of Cape Coast.

According to the Head of Department of the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Small Enterprise Development [CESED], Dr. (Mrs.) Mavis Serwaa Bene Mensah, the program was aimed at educating the market women on entrepreneurial skills and literacy development.