‘GOL Spends U.S.$100 Million On Public Investment Infrastructures’

[Observer] The Executive Director of the National Investment Commission (NIC), George Wisner, says the government used up to US$100 million on public investment infrastructures, which is not enough to reach the minimum standard of infrastructure growth…

[Observer] The Executive Director of the National Investment Commission (NIC), George Wisner, says the government used up to US$100 million on public investment infrastructures, which is not enough to reach the minimum standard of infrastructure growth in the nearest possible time.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Stringent Measures Await Non-Compliant Budget Line Institutions

[Observer] The non-compliant posture demonstrated by some budget line institutions have been responsible for the improper monitoring of money appropriated to those institutions in the national budget. This complaint is expected to be contained in a pre…

[Observer] The non-compliant posture demonstrated by some budget line institutions have been responsible for the improper monitoring of money appropriated to those institutions in the national budget. This complaint is expected to be contained in a prepared report by the Senate Subcommittee on Expenditure and Appropriation, headed by Grand Bassa County Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Trial of Tyler, Sherman, Others Begins Friday

[Observer] Former House Speaker Alex Tyler, together with several present and past public officials, including Senator Varney Sherman (Grand Cape Mount County), will go on trial Friday, February 17, at the Criminal Court ‘C.’

[Observer] Former House Speaker Alex Tyler, together with several present and past public officials, including Senator Varney Sherman (Grand Cape Mount County), will go on trial Friday, February 17, at the Criminal Court 'C.'

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Fronting – Unpatriotic, Unserious Conduct By Liberians Blocking Our Progress

[Observer] Let us first define the terminologies. Fronting is taking a bribe from a foreign businessperson to pretend that a business belongs to a Liberian when it does not.

[Observer] Let us first define the terminologies. Fronting is taking a bribe from a foreign businessperson to pretend that a business belongs to a Liberian when it does not.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Political Scientist Warns Against Tribalistic Leadership

[Nyasa Times] Malawi’s future passionate desire of achieving genuine inclusive transformation will remain a farfetched dream if ‘tribalistic’ leaders continue to governing the nation, University of Malawi’s political scientisit at Chancellor College, E…

[Nyasa Times] Malawi's future passionate desire of achieving genuine inclusive transformation will remain a farfetched dream if 'tribalistic' leaders continue to governing the nation, University of Malawi's political scientisit at Chancellor College, Ernest Thindwa has warned.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Fire Razes Down Agriculture Minister Chaponda’s Office

[Nyasa Times] Officials from the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water development say they are treating the fire that gutted down the office of the minister George Chaponda at Capital Hill in Lilongwe, as an accident.

[Nyasa Times] Officials from the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water development say they are treating the fire that gutted down the office of the minister George Chaponda at Capital Hill in Lilongwe, as an accident.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

President Zuma, Justice Cluster to Discuss New Ways to Fight Crime

[News24Wire] Developing a new strategy to fight crime was the reason for President Jacob Zuma’s unannounced visit to the Nyanga police station on Tuesday, he said.

[News24Wire] Developing a new strategy to fight crime was the reason for President Jacob Zuma's unannounced visit to the Nyanga police station on Tuesday, he said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa