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The 9th edition of Spelling Bee competition and the first round of the community Spelling Bee has been launched in Accra by the Young Educators Foundation with DStv and other partners. The competition is organized by to help improve the spelling abilities of school children and also equip their teachers with the various approaches to teaching the English Language.

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has stated that the government is committed to ensuring an efficient and sustainable educational system that would make the country competitive in today's globalized world.

Sugar consumption in Ghana is expected to exceed 870,000 metric tonnes annually by 2030, Dr. Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, Minister of Trade and Industry (MoTI) has said. The current consumption stands at 257,000 metric tonnes, he said.

The World Bank has cleared Zoomlion Ghana Limited, the country's largest private waste management company, from its sanctions list, making the company and its affiliates now eligible to bid for projects funded or administered by the Bank.

The southern part of the country, has entered its second and minor rainy season, Mr. Tetteh Portuphy, a Senior Meteorologist at the Ghana Meteorological Agency, Kotoka International Airport, has said. He told the Ghana News Agency in an interview that: "The country's middle belt is already experiencing the season, whilst rain making systems are also developing over the coastal areas."

Airtel Ghana, the Telecom brand of the year, is undertaking a week long raft of exciting activities to celebrate its customers as part of the global commemoration of International Customer Service week, from Monday 5th to Friday 9th October 2015.

Sub-Saharan Africa countries are continuing to grow, albeit at a slower pace, due to a more challenging economic environment. Growth will slow in 2015 to 3.7 percent from 4.6 percent in 2014, reaching the lowest growth rate since 2009, according to new World Bank projections.

Ms Sun Baohong, Chinese Ambassador in Ghana, has expressed her country's continuous desire to support Ghana in its efforts to provide infrastructural development to enhance quality education.

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has asked the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) to take appropriate steps to address the congestion at the Central Business District (CBD) to bring some sanity.

About 13,250 out-of-school children from nine districts have begun classes under the Ghana Complementary Basic Education (GCBE) programme to facilitate their enrolment into the formal education system.
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