Senate to Probe Protestors’ Concerns

[Observer] The Capitol Building office of the Legislature was yesterday a scene of protest when hundreds of protesting marketers, under the leadership of the “Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia Incorporated” (PATEL), stormed the area with multiple conc…

[Observer] The Capitol Building office of the Legislature was yesterday a scene of protest when hundreds of protesting marketers, under the leadership of the "Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia Incorporated" (PATEL), stormed the area with multiple concerns, including the demand to reduce the surging exchange rate between the United States dollar and the Liberian dollar.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Chemistry Analyzer Installed At JFK

[Observer] The West African College of Physicians (WACP), in collaboration with its Liberian chapter yesterday turned over a BT 3500 state of the art chemistry analyzer to the management of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center (JFKMC) in Monrovia.

[Observer] The West African College of Physicians (WACP), in collaboration with its Liberian chapter yesterday turned over a BT 3500 state of the art chemistry analyzer to the management of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center (JFKMC) in Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Team Jorquelleh Launches Voter Registration Campaign in Bong County

[Observer] A political pressure group in Gbarnga, Bong County, styled “Team Jorquelleh,” has for the first time launched what it called a “massive participation (in the) voter registration campaign” in the central province of Liberia.

[Observer] A political pressure group in Gbarnga, Bong County, styled "Team Jorquelleh," has for the first time launched what it called a "massive participation (in the) voter registration campaign" in the central province of Liberia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

KZN to Distribute Free Sanitary Pads to Nearly 3 000 Schools

[News24Wire] The KwaZulu-Natal education department plans to distribute free sanitary pads to 2 992 schools in the province in an effort to reduce the dropout rate among girls.

[News24Wire] The KwaZulu-Natal education department plans to distribute free sanitary pads to 2 992 schools in the province in an effort to reduce the dropout rate among girls.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Five Suspects On Dock for Stealing R5 Million Worth of Fuel

[SAPS] Gauteng -The Serious Commercial Crime unit of the Hawks has piloted an intelligence driven operation over the past weekend and arrested five suspects for fraud and theft of petroleum estimated to the value of R5 million.

[SAPS] Gauteng -The Serious Commercial Crime unit of the Hawks has piloted an intelligence driven operation over the past weekend and arrested five suspects for fraud and theft of petroleum estimated to the value of R5 million.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ghana Go in As Favourites, But Young Lions Have Fighting Spirit #AFCON2017

[allAfrica] Ghana will hope to take another step towards ending their agonising wait for another African Nations Cup crown when they take on Cameroon in the semifinals of the 2017 tournament in Franceville, Gabon, on Thursday.

[allAfrica] Ghana will hope to take another step towards ending their agonising wait for another African Nations Cup crown when they take on Cameroon in the semifinals of the 2017 tournament in Franceville, Gabon, on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Government Cancels Several Land Titles in Albertine Region

[Monitor] Lira -Government has cancelled several land titles in Hoima District located in the oil-rich Albertine region after in emerged that several residents have been cheated by a notorious businessman who bought their land at give meager prices.

[Monitor] Lira -Government has cancelled several land titles in Hoima District located in the oil-rich Albertine region after in emerged that several residents have been cheated by a notorious businessman who bought their land at give meager prices.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda