Kokoya Residents Demand Compensation From MNG-Gold

[New Dawn] Some residents in Kokoyah Statutory district in Bong County are said to be demanding compensations in the amount of US 1250 each for what they term as destruction to their homes caused by activities of MNG-Gold, a mining company in the area.

[New Dawn] Some residents in Kokoyah Statutory district in Bong County are said to be demanding compensations in the amount of US 1250 each for what they term as destruction to their homes caused by activities of MNG-Gold, a mining company in the area.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Elections Reassuring for Liberia’s Future

[New Dawn] Liberia’s Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Ambassador Isaac Jackson has described the conclusion of Liberia’s historic elections as a reassuring step in further consolidating the country’s developmen…

[New Dawn] Liberia's Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Ambassador Isaac Jackson has described the conclusion of Liberia's historic elections as a reassuring step in further consolidating the country's development agenda.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Taylor Commences Thank Your Tour

[New Dawn] Liberia’s first female Vice President -Elect Madam Jewel Howard Taylor has embarked on a thank you tour in Bong county, expressing gratitude to her people for electing her.

[New Dawn] Liberia's first female Vice President -Elect Madam Jewel Howard Taylor has embarked on a thank you tour in Bong county, expressing gratitude to her people for electing her.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

UN SG Congratulates Weah

[New Dawn] United Nations Secretary General, Mr. António Guterres has congratulated Senator George Weah on his election as Liberia’s 24th President.

[New Dawn] United Nations Secretary General, Mr. António Guterres has congratulated Senator George Weah on his election as Liberia's 24th President.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

World Leaders Congratulate Weah

[New Dawn] Since his victory as the 24th President-elect of the Republic of Liberia, Senator George Manneh Weah has received plethora of felicitations and well wishes from world leaders.

[New Dawn] Since his victory as the 24th President-elect of the Republic of Liberia, Senator George Manneh Weah has received plethora of felicitations and well wishes from world leaders.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Suzuki Kicks Off 2018 On a High Note

[New Era] Suzuki Auto South Africa is preparing for another bumper sales year in 2018, after finishing 2017 with an all-time sales record. The company has also announced the extension of its mechanical warranty bonus for the first quarter of the new year.

[New Era] Suzuki Auto South Africa is preparing for another bumper sales year in 2018, after finishing 2017 with an all-time sales record. The company has also announced the extension of its mechanical warranty bonus for the first quarter of the new year.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Nasscorp Boss to Receive Honor

[New Dawn] The Coalition of Youth and Students for Better Liberia (CYSBL) has selected National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) Director General Mr. Dewitt Von Ballmoos as its “Personality of the Year 2017” in recognition of his impa…

[New Dawn] The Coalition of Youth and Students for Better Liberia (CYSBL) has selected National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) Director General Mr. Dewitt Von Ballmoos as its "Personality of the Year 2017" in recognition of his impact on society and his tireless efforts in nation building.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Kavara Hard to Replace, Says Mensah-Williams

[New Era] Rundu -National Council (NC) Chairperson, Margaret Mensah-Williams, has described the death of Rosa Kunyanda Kavara, who died of stroke in a Windhoek hospital, as a big loss and shock to the house of parliament.

[New Era] Rundu -National Council (NC) Chairperson, Margaret Mensah-Williams, has described the death of Rosa Kunyanda Kavara, who died of stroke in a Windhoek hospital, as a big loss and shock to the house of parliament.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia