Ecowas Envoys Pay Courtesy Call On President Sirleaf in Washington

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf last week met with Ambassadors and Charge’ d’Affaires of ECOWAS countries in Washington, D.C on the first day of her visit to the United States.

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf last week met with Ambassadors and Charge' d'Affaires of ECOWAS countries in Washington, D.C on the first day of her visit to the United States.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Buutuo Gets New Police Station

[New Dawn] Nimba County District#5 Representative Samuel G. Kogar has constructed a modern police station for officers of the Liberia National Police in Buutuo, Nimba County, near the Liberian-Ivorian border.

[New Dawn] Nimba County District#5 Representative Samuel G. Kogar has constructed a modern police station for officers of the Liberia National Police in Buutuo, Nimba County, near the Liberian-Ivorian border.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Parliament Launches User-Friendly Website

[New Era] Windhoek -Parliament on Friday unveiled a new website designed to provide faster and easier public access to information on the political decisions taken by the elected representatives of the country’s citizens.

[New Era] Windhoek -Parliament on Friday unveiled a new website designed to provide faster and easier public access to information on the political decisions taken by the elected representatives of the country's citizens.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

The Alarm Over Unemployment

[Guardian] Unemployment may be a global problem but Nigeria is having more than her fair share of it. With the grim figures released some time ago by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) which stated that the country’s unemployment rate rose from 13…

[Guardian] Unemployment may be a global problem but Nigeria is having more than her fair share of it. With the grim figures released some time ago by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) which stated that the country's unemployment rate rose from 13.3 per cent in the second quarter of 2016 to 13.9 per cent in third quarter, the situation would seem to have been compounded by the raging recession and Nigeria now sits on a tinder box as far as unemployment is concerned. Indeed, the World Economic Forum (WEF) reports

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Epworth – Where Filth, Crime Are a Way of Life

[Zimbabwe Standard] Residents of Epworth, a grossly underdeveloped dormitory of Harare situated on the eastern periphery of the capital, continue to live under shocking and deplorable conditions which expose them to diseases.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Residents of Epworth, a grossly underdeveloped dormitory of Harare situated on the eastern periphery of the capital, continue to live under shocking and deplorable conditions which expose them to diseases.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

200 Cross-Boarder Traders Access U.S.$15 Million Facility

[The Herald] More than 200 cross border traders who have benefited from the $15 million Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe loan facility are this week expected to travel to different countries to buy and sell products.

[The Herald] More than 200 cross border traders who have benefited from the $15 million Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe loan facility are this week expected to travel to different countries to buy and sell products.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

The National Social Security Authority to Increase Pension Payouts

[The Herald] Harare -The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) will increase monthly pension payouts from $60 to $100 later this year, Public Service, Labour and Social Services Minister Prisca Mupfumira has said.

[The Herald] Harare -The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) will increase monthly pension payouts from $60 to $100 later this year, Public Service, Labour and Social Services Minister Prisca Mupfumira has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ivory Case Hits Snag At Constitutional Court

[The Herald] Two Harare women accused of unlawful possession of 25,9 kilogrammes of raw ivory valued at $6 475 have had their case seeking to compel the prosecution to reveal the informant struck off the Constitutional Court’s roll.

[The Herald] Two Harare women accused of unlawful possession of 25,9 kilogrammes of raw ivory valued at $6 475 have had their case seeking to compel the prosecution to reveal the informant struck off the Constitutional Court's roll.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe