Korean Sues Business Manager for ‘Misapplication’ of Over U.S.$130k

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The trial of two business associates of a Korean businessman accused of theft and misapplication of entrusted property worth over US$130,000 has resumed at the Criminal Court “C” at the Temple of Justice.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The trial of two business associates of a Korean businessman accused of theft and misapplication of entrusted property worth over US$130,000 has resumed at the Criminal Court "C" at the Temple of Justice.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia’s Ambassador to Kuwait Calls On Liberians to Manage Expectations

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia’s Ambassador to the State of Qatar John Ballout has called on Liberians to manage their expectations and give the new government chance to operate smoothly.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia's Ambassador to the State of Qatar John Ballout has called on Liberians to manage their expectations and give the new government chance to operate smoothly.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

The Need to Legislate Presidential Transition Law

[Observer] It has been announced that Liberia will again be going through a smooth transition of power from one democratically elected president to another after seventy years.

[Observer] It has been announced that Liberia will again be going through a smooth transition of power from one democratically elected president to another after seventy years.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Soccer – Tax Impasse Wake-Up Call for Teams

[Nation] The country’s most popular football teams are in financial crisis in the wake of Tuesday’s decision by SportPesa’s to abruptly withdraw separate multi-million shillings worth of sponsorship deals.

[Nation] The country's most popular football teams are in financial crisis in the wake of Tuesday's decision by SportPesa's to abruptly withdraw separate multi-million shillings worth of sponsorship deals.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

OPINION: What Next for Harry Kalaba?

The tremor caused by the Harry Kalaba resignation from government should cause some reason for concern by the political leadership. Others may argue the resignation has caused an earthquake in the Patriotic Front government. While others may dismiss it as … Continued

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The tremor caused by the Harry Kalaba resignation from government should cause some reason for concern by the political leadership. Others may argue the resignation has caused an earthquake in the Patriotic Front government. While others may dismiss it as being of no political consequence. Whatever the interpretation, the resignation is a harbinger of something gone wrong in the Patriotic Front. Kalaba alongside the likes of Dr Chitalu Chilufya, Felix Mutati, Lucky Mulusa, Vincent Mwale and vice president Inonge Wina have been among the few cabinet ministers whose standing has been generally above political affiliation. Their standing has been such that ordinary Zambians could stand proud of them without having to wear political lenses. Kalaba has been high on the list of ministers that have carried their head above shoulders with a sober mind. The Bahati lawmaker has been above the mindless tribal and divisive political talk that is at the centre of Zambian politics currently. Any sober minded person would also attest to the competence of Kalaba in the portfolio of Foreign Affairs where he served with reasonable success. When someone so settled and emblematic of the Patriotic Front DNA jumps ship what is the public to read? What has gone so dramatically wrong for Kalaba to ditch government? Is Kalaba just another ego chasing politician harbouring Presidential ambitions? Is Kalaba offering himself on the altar of political sacrifice for a greater political cause? Did he not cite corruption in the Patriotic Front government? Is he headed to the National Democratic Focus (NDC) noisy side of political business where Chishimba Kambwili is the lead vocalist? Whatever his destination Kalaba should think carefully about his next move as many before him have struggled to strike a political masterpiece with their well-intended resignations. While the Levy Mwanawasa case stands tall in our history books there have been disastrous departures as happened with Mike Mulongoti, George Mpombo and Lameck Mangani. The post OPINION: What Next for Harry Kalaba? appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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