Liberian Youths Get Training in Bio-Sand Water Filtering

[Observer] A local non-profit organization, Alternative to Violence (AV), on Monday, November 20, commenced on a five-day capacity-building training for several young people in Bio-Sand Water Filtering.

[Observer] A local non-profit organization, Alternative to Violence (AV), on Monday, November 20, commenced on a five-day capacity-building training for several young people in Bio-Sand Water Filtering.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Nimba District Eight Election Dispute Reaches Supreme Court

[Observer] The possibility of incumbent Representative of Nimba County District #8, Larry P. Younquoi, the presumed winner of the October 10 legislative election, taking his seat at the 54th Legislature, remains elusive due to a complaint filed against…

[Observer] The possibility of incumbent Representative of Nimba County District #8, Larry P. Younquoi, the presumed winner of the October 10 legislative election, taking his seat at the 54th Legislature, remains elusive due to a complaint filed against him to the Supreme Court by his main challenger, Saye Miannah.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

The Supreme Court Must Honor Its Mission As the Ultimate Guardian of Liberian Democracy and Justice

[Observer] The world awaits, Africa awaits, and Liberia awaits the end of the elections imbroglio (confusion) wrought upon the nation by individuals driven by excessive greed, reckless incompetence and the overwhelming desire to maintain privilege, pow…

[Observer] The world awaits, Africa awaits, and Liberia awaits the end of the elections imbroglio (confusion) wrought upon the nation by individuals driven by excessive greed, reckless incompetence and the overwhelming desire to maintain privilege, power and status as the "Noblesse Oblige" (born right to privilege) in a land ravaged by war, poverty and still haunted by the legacy of the killer Ebola Virus Disease.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

UP Youth Wing Demands President Sirleaf’s Expulsion

[Observer] The headquarters of the ruling Unity Party yesterday witnessed a brief protest as members of the youth-wing booed some emissaries of the embattled standard bearer emeritus of the party, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, to the party’s grounds…

[Observer] The headquarters of the ruling Unity Party yesterday witnessed a brief protest as members of the youth-wing booed some emissaries of the embattled standard bearer emeritus of the party, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, to the party's grounds. The angry young people also petitioned some Executive Members of the party for the immediate expulsion of President Sirleaf.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Privatisation of Public Companies Transparent – Official

[ANGOP] Luanda -The privatisation of public companies through the Angola Securities Exchanges (BODIVA) will comply with the companies certification, organised accounting, good governance criteria and concerned legislation.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The privatisation of public companies through the Angola Securities Exchanges (BODIVA) will comply with the companies certification, organised accounting, good governance criteria and concerned legislation.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Ellen Submits Bill to Establish ‘Order of the Republic’

[Observer] Flashback: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf honors former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan in similar fashion as the new bill she has proffered for passage into law

[Observer] Flashback: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf honors former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan in similar fashion as the new bill she has proffered for passage into law

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

The ANC Dilemma – Torn Between Dlamini-Zuma and Ramaphosa

[East African] The succession race for South Africa’s ruling African National Congress has entered the penultimate stage as the party finds itself in perhaps its biggest dilemma since 1994.

[East African] The succession race for South Africa's ruling African National Congress has entered the penultimate stage as the party finds itself in perhaps its biggest dilemma since 1994.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa