The Ghana Bioenterprise Innovations Partnership (GBIP) and the Ghana-Britain Partnership for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (GB-PIE) of the Innovations for African Universities (IAU) has launched a business manual to guide young start-ups through the process of regularising their businesses.

The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has demonstrated unalloyed love and heartfelt appreciation to retirees who have served the University in various ways during their prime.

The University recognized the senior citizens for their invaluable contributions, sacrifices, dedicated service and selflessness that had brought UCC this far.

As part of activities marking UCC’s 60th anniversary, the University set the day aside to honour its retirees.

Chancellor of University of Cape Coast (UCC), Dr. (Sir) Sam Esson Jonah, has inaugurated three (3) state-of-the-art facility centres at the Sam Jonah Library.

The facilities are a Video Conferencing and Virtual Meeting Place, Social Learning Commons, as well as Development Information Commons.

The Video Conferencing and Virtual Meeting Place is an ultra-modern facility equipped with state-of-the-art technologies, including a smart TV, HD camera, Logitech, high quality speakers and microphones as well as super high speed internet connectivity.

A Food Integrity expert, Prof. Ernest Teye, says the lack of capacity for farmers to authenticate fertilizer integrity can be attributed to the reduction of crop yields across the country.

According to him, unsuspecting farmers were either using fake, expired or adulterated fertilizers on the market in their farms, affecting the nutrient contents of the soil to enhance yield.

One-hundred and forty (140) students were honoured with $11,000 at the 2022 Chinese Ambassador’s Awards Ceremony held at University of Cape Coast, UCC.

The awards ceremony, instituted by the Chinese Embassy in Ghana in 2017, is to encourage Ghanaian students to learn Chinese and to promote Ghana-China friendship.

The University of Cape Coast, UCC, and the Kristo Asafo Mission have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to encourage multi-disciplinary research into science, technology, innovation, engineering, organic agriculture, amongst others. This is to enhance the mutual growth and development of the institutions.

The agreement will enable UCC liaise with Kristo Asafo Mission and its training centres for assessment, training and award certificates.

Scores of staff and students of University of Cape Coast (UCC) have embarked on a health walk through the principal streets of the University to enhance the health of participants.

The walk forms part of events for UCC@60 anniversary celebrations which started on April 3, 2022 to be climaxed on October 20, 2022.