World Bank, Liberian Adviser, Creditor Culpable in Liberia’s 62 Fraudulent Concessionary Agreements?

[FrontPageAfrica] Mr. Paul Wolfowitz, former President of the World Bank, might be grunting if he thought that his hard work would help President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to succeed in Liberia, making this success the first success story of the World Bank.

[FrontPageAfrica] Mr. Paul Wolfowitz, former President of the World Bank, might be grunting if he thought that his hard work would help President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to succeed in Liberia, making this success the first success story of the World Bank.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

How Can President Weah’s Govt Balance Foreign Policy With Rival World Blocs – America and China?

[FrontPageAfrica] If there’s a single consistent aspect to President Donald Trump’s strategic vision, it’s this: United States of America (USA) foreign policy should always be governed by the simple principle of “America First, Make America Great Again…

[FrontPageAfrica] If there's a single consistent aspect to President Donald Trump's strategic vision, it's this: United States of America (USA) foreign policy should always be governed by the simple principle of "America First, Make America Great Again," with America's vital interests placed above those of all others.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Heavy Rains Create Havoc Across Country

[ANGOP] Luanda -The heavy rains battering across the country have caused huge damages and inundated many houses due to the poor drainage systems of the cities, said on Wednesday, in Luanda, the commander of the National Civil Protection and Fire Service, Bênção Abílio.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The heavy rains battering across the country have caused huge damages and inundated many houses due to the poor drainage systems of the cities, said on Wednesday, in Luanda, the commander of the National Civil Protection and Fire Service, Bênção Abílio.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Fire Service Staffs Attend Combative Instruction Period

[ANGOP] Ndalatando -At least 323 effectives from the Fire Service in the northern Cuanza Norte Province are since last Wednesday attending, in Ndalatando City, the period of patriotic education, combative instruction and operative preparedness period, …

[ANGOP] Ndalatando -At least 323 effectives from the Fire Service in the northern Cuanza Norte Province are since last Wednesday attending, in Ndalatando City, the period of patriotic education, combative instruction and operative preparedness period, aiming for a better performance of their activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Economic Commission Analyzes Draft Private Investment Law

[ANGOP] Luanda -The diploma that establishes the principles and general bases that aim to facilitate, promote and accelerate the private investment in the country was assessed Wednesday in Luanda by the Economic Commission of the Council of Ministers.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The diploma that establishes the principles and general bases that aim to facilitate, promote and accelerate the private investment in the country was assessed Wednesday in Luanda by the Economic Commission of the Council of Ministers.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Truck Accident Drivers and Owner Denied Bail

[Namibian] THE driver of the haulage truck that collided with a bakkie on the Ondangwa-Eenhana road last Friday was denied bail, along with his partner and owner of the vehicle when they made their first appearance in the Ondangwa Magistrate’s Court on…

[Namibian] THE driver of the haulage truck that collided with a bakkie on the Ondangwa-Eenhana road last Friday was denied bail, along with his partner and owner of the vehicle when they made their first appearance in the Ondangwa Magistrate's Court on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Child Bride Sold for a Cow

[Namibian] THE air you breathe between the scattered and unique Ovahimba huts at the Omaoipanga village situated about 15 kilometres from Opuwo is fresh, and one cannot help but admire the high hills on the horizon, the freedom of the children, and aft…

[Namibian] THE air you breathe between the scattered and unique Ovahimba huts at the Omaoipanga village situated about 15 kilometres from Opuwo is fresh, and one cannot help but admire the high hills on the horizon, the freedom of the children, and after a few drops of rain, the odour of fresh cow dung that sums up the rural village ambience.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia