The Crucifixion of Liberianization – Why Give a Whopping 30-Year Tax Break to a Lebanese-Owned Hotel?

[NEWS] In a bid to be re-elected in 2011, Africa’s first female President signed an official contract with all Liberians through a solemn pledge consisting of twenty promises. As part of those 20 promises, these were Madam Sirleaf’s words to all Liberi…

[NEWS] In a bid to be re-elected in 2011, Africa's first female President signed an official contract with all Liberians through a solemn pledge consisting of twenty promises. As part of those 20 promises, these were Madam Sirleaf's words to all Liberian voters during the campaign period in 2011:

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Smuggled’ Vehicles Seized

[NEWS] The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), through its Anti-Smuggling and Intelligence Unit (ASIU) has seized two vehicles that were smuggled into the country through the Free Port of Monrovia.

[NEWS] The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), through its Anti-Smuggling and Intelligence Unit (ASIU) has seized two vehicles that were smuggled into the country through the Free Port of Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Stop Marginalizing Liberian Businesses

[NEWS] When He Took office in 1944, one of the first remarkable things President William V.S. Tubman did, was to establish a framework (Open Door Policy) that allowed investors to come and invest in Liberia. In reality, the Open Door Policy was intende…

[NEWS] When He Took office in 1944, one of the first remarkable things President William V.S. Tubman did, was to establish a framework (Open Door Policy) that allowed investors to come and invest in Liberia. In reality, the Open Door Policy was intended to invite foreign investors in Liberia to open businesses in our country with their funds.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Baby Born Dead, Mother in Coma Due to Doctor’s Absence, Nurses Claim

[Iwacu] A mother who had gone into coma had a stillborn because the doctor who was expected to be on duty on Wednesday night was ABSENT, say the nurses unions at the unique University Hospital of Burundi.

[Iwacu] A mother who had gone into coma had a stillborn because the doctor who was expected to be on duty on Wednesday night was ABSENT, say the nurses unions at the unique University Hospital of Burundi.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Striking Nurses Not Sincere, Says CS

[Nation] Public Service Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki has criticised nurses who are on strike saying they should have exhausted all negotiation avenues before boycotting work.

[Nation] Public Service Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki has criticised nurses who are on strike saying they should have exhausted all negotiation avenues before boycotting work.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tax Return Filings Cross Two Million Mark

[Nation] About 2.082 million Kenyans have filed their tax returns a day before the June 30 deadline, marking the first time the number has crossed the two million mark.

[Nation] About 2.082 million Kenyans have filed their tax returns a day before the June 30 deadline, marking the first time the number has crossed the two million mark.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

NHI White Paper to Be Policy Document

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The National Health Insurance (NHI) White Paper will be published as a policy document in the government gazette on Friday, the Department of Health announced on Thursday.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The National Health Insurance (NHI) White Paper will be published as a policy document in the government gazette on Friday, the Department of Health announced on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Stakeholders Suggest Ways to Explore Opportunities in Maritime Industry

[This Day] Maritime industry players have said that good management models, strategies, and policies are needed to tap from the huge opportunities in the industry, which they said could serve as alternative source of revenue to Nigeria and Africa.

[This Day] Maritime industry players have said that good management models, strategies, and policies are needed to tap from the huge opportunities in the industry, which they said could serve as alternative source of revenue to Nigeria and Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria