Stakeholders Pledge Support to Mechanized Farming

[Observer] Several agricultural stakeholders have pledged support to promote mechanized farming in the rice value chain in the country. They include the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), the World Food Program (WFP), the Food and Agricultural Organization…

[Observer] Several agricultural stakeholders have pledged support to promote mechanized farming in the rice value chain in the country. They include the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), the World Food Program (WFP), the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), Grow-Liberia, and Liberia Agri-business Development Activity (LADA).

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Eskom R1 Billion Nepotism Report Must Be Tabled Before Parliament

[DA] The DA will today write to Public Enterprises Minister, Lynne Brown, to request that the final report into Eskom CEO Matshela Koko’s alleged R1 billion nepotism scandal be tabled before Parliament. Eskom accounts to Parliament, and a scandal of su…

[DA] The DA will today write to Public Enterprises Minister, Lynne Brown, to request that the final report into Eskom CEO Matshela Koko's alleged R1 billion nepotism scandal be tabled before Parliament. Eskom accounts to Parliament, and a scandal of such enormous proportions, directly implicating the CEO, deserves serious consideration by Parliament.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Simt Snatches LBMN Crown

[Observer] Over the weekend, a student of Symthe Institute of Management and Technology (SIMT) emerged as winner of the Professional and Ethics Contest organized by the Liberian Board of Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM).

[Observer] Over the weekend, a student of Symthe Institute of Management and Technology (SIMT) emerged as winner of the Professional and Ethics Contest organized by the Liberian Board of Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM).

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Rethinking Liberia’s Polices and Politics – Liking the Past With the Present

[Observer] To understand what drives people to congregate physically for shared religious practices may appear easier than what holds political actors and policy makers together. Probably, faith and belief are more constant than the changing natures of…

[Observer] To understand what drives people to congregate physically for shared religious practices may appear easier than what holds political actors and policy makers together. Probably, faith and belief are more constant than the changing natures of political interests and actors compounded with the staggering needs and demands of the citizenry.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Barnes Leaves CDC

[Observer] Dr. Nathaniel Milton Barnes, vice chair of the governing council of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), has left the coalition.

[Observer] Dr. Nathaniel Milton Barnes, vice chair of the governing council of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), has left the coalition.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Tapha Manneh Expresses Confidence

[Observer] Following the selection of four of his players to the national team for the upcoming West African Football Union (WAFU) tournament, the head coach of LISCR, Tapha Manneh, has expressed confidence that they will perform well.

[Observer] Following the selection of four of his players to the national team for the upcoming West African Football Union (WAFU) tournament, the head coach of LISCR, Tapha Manneh, has expressed confidence that they will perform well.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

D. Twe Written Off?

[Observer] The waves pound the narrow slice of ground left between the ocean and D. Twe Memorial High School building yesterday.

[Observer] The waves pound the narrow slice of ground left between the ocean and D. Twe Memorial High School building yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Electorates, Beware of Political Defection. It’s a Sign of Deception

[Observer] Since active democratic participation began in 2005 following fourteen years of civil war, Liberians have exercised freedom of political association at a greater level. This is backed by Article 17 of the Liberian Constitution which states, …

[Observer] Since active democratic participation began in 2005 following fourteen years of civil war, Liberians have exercised freedom of political association at a greater level. This is backed by Article 17 of the Liberian Constitution which states, "All persons, at all times, in an orderly and peaceable manner, shall have the right to assemble and consult upon the common good, to instruct their representatives, to petition the government or other functionaries for the redress of grievances and to associate fully w

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia