Mailu Urges Extra Caution During Rains as 92 Cholera Cases Diagnosed

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Health Cabinet Secretary Cleopa Mailu is asking for maintenance of a high standard of cleanliness revealing that 92 people have so far been infected by the deadly cholera bacteria in the latest outbreak.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Health Cabinet Secretary Cleopa Mailu is asking for maintenance of a high standard of cleanliness revealing that 92 people have so far been infected by the deadly cholera bacteria in the latest outbreak.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Drunk Cop Pours Beer On Bar Patron

[New Zimbabwe] A police officer based at Nehanda police station in Mkoba 16 has been arraigned before the courts after he poured beer on a patron before throwing stones at him.

[New Zimbabwe] A police officer based at Nehanda police station in Mkoba 16 has been arraigned before the courts after he poured beer on a patron before throwing stones at him.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bell Pottinger in South Africa – PR Firm ‘Inflamed Racial Discord’

[Deutsche Welle] Bell Pottinger has been sanctioned amid allegations it deliberately stoked racial tensions in South Africa. The controversial PR firm’s clients include Syrian first lady Asma al-Assad and the Pinochet Foundation.

[Deutsche Welle] Bell Pottinger has been sanctioned amid allegations it deliberately stoked racial tensions in South Africa. The controversial PR firm's clients include Syrian first lady Asma al-Assad and the Pinochet Foundation.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ganta-Yekepa Road Issues Upstage Dedication of Judicial Complex

[Observer] Delays in the pavement of the Ganta-Yekepa road was highlighted during the dedication ceremony of the newly constructed 8th Judicial Circuit Court in Sanniquellie, Nimba County political capital on September 2.

[Observer] Delays in the pavement of the Ganta-Yekepa road was highlighted during the dedication ceremony of the newly constructed 8th Judicial Circuit Court in Sanniquellie, Nimba County political capital on September 2.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Margibi Aspirant Rep Dismisses ‘Gay’ Allegation

[Observer] In the rush to sway electorates for the re-election of incumbents in the House of Representatives or for “brand new lawmakers,” a representative candidate has revealed that there is a false campaign against his character in an attempt to tur…

[Observer] In the rush to sway electorates for the re-election of incumbents in the House of Representatives or for "brand new lawmakers," a representative candidate has revealed that there is a false campaign against his character in an attempt to turn electorates against his bid for the October 10th elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

I-Café CEO Held for Forgery

[Observer] The chief executive officer (CEO) of I-Café, one of the leading internet businesses in the country, Ceaser Morris, was on Friday sent to the Monrovia Central Prison to await trial on charges of multiple offenses, including forgery. Morris was also charged with criminal coercion and harassment by the Monrovia City Court.

[Observer] The chief executive officer (CEO) of I-Café, one of the leading internet businesses in the country, Ceaser Morris, was on Friday sent to the Monrovia Central Prison to await trial on charges of multiple offenses, including forgery. Morris was also charged with criminal coercion and harassment by the Monrovia City Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LHP, UP Branches Collaborate for a Boakai Win

[Observer] The proposed Liberia Heritage Party (LHP) and several auxiliary groups have agreed to collaborate for the success of Vice President Joseph Boakai’s presidential bid. The group made the commitment recently following a two-hour meeting held in…

[Observer] The proposed Liberia Heritage Party (LHP) and several auxiliary groups have agreed to collaborate for the success of Vice President Joseph Boakai's presidential bid. The group made the commitment recently following a two-hour meeting held in Dekoiti village on the outskirts of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Bad Road Hampers Revenue Collection At Loguatuo

[Observer] The collection of revenue at the Loguatuo port of entry in Nimba County is being hampered due to the deplorable condition of a stretch of road that connects Karnplay with Loguatuo near the Liberian/Ivorian border. Three days of heavy rains h…

[Observer] The collection of revenue at the Loguatuo port of entry in Nimba County is being hampered due to the deplorable condition of a stretch of road that connects Karnplay with Loguatuo near the Liberian/Ivorian border. Three days of heavy rains have affected the road network so much so that travelers from the commercial hub of Ganta to the southeast via Saclepea (central Nimba) are now spending sleepless nights along the road as their vehicles are often stuck in the mud.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia