Dopemusic, Dope Mix

[Observer] Not yet old enough to be called a veteran, DopeMusic Empire has claimed an interesting spot in most conversations as one of the most talked about Liberian imprints in the industry.

[Observer] Not yet old enough to be called a veteran, DopeMusic Empire has claimed an interesting spot in most conversations as one of the most talked about Liberian imprints in the industry.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Four Reasons Why Most Upcoming Liberian Artists Fail to Blow Up

[Observer] There is certainly no doubt about this. Every day, Liberia’s struggling music industry receives loads of songs from upcoming artists who dream of making it big with their singles.

[Observer] There is certainly no doubt about this. Every day, Liberia's struggling music industry receives loads of songs from upcoming artists who dream of making it big with their singles.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LLA Hosts Meeting On Land Rights Bill Today

[Observer] The Liberia Land Authority (LLA) in collaboration with the Land Governance Support Activity (LGSA), a USAID supported project, is hosting a one-day consultative meeting today on the Land Rights Bill.

[Observer] The Liberia Land Authority (LLA) in collaboration with the Land Governance Support Activity (LGSA), a USAID supported project, is hosting a one-day consultative meeting today on the Land Rights Bill.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

GBCCC Receives 4K Text Books, Vehicle

[Observer] The Grand Bassa County Scholarship Foundation’s (GBCSF) Executive Director, Joseph D. Sinyan recently presented a consignment of over four thousand new text books valued at US$1.5 million, and a 2010 Suzuki Jeep to the Grand Bassa County Com…

[Observer] The Grand Bassa County Scholarship Foundation's (GBCSF) Executive Director, Joseph D. Sinyan recently presented a consignment of over four thousand new text books valued at US$1.5 million, and a 2010 Suzuki Jeep to the Grand Bassa County Community College (GBCCC) in Lower Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

What Social Factors Drive Up Suicide Rates Among Pregnant Women?

[The Conversation Africa] Pregnant women in South Africa who live in poor communities are more likely to consider or attempt suicide than the general population. That’s a key finding from a recent study we undertook at Hanover Park.

[The Conversation Africa] Pregnant women in South Africa who live in poor communities are more likely to consider or attempt suicide than the general population. That's a key finding from a recent study we undertook at Hanover Park.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Golfers Arrested On Course

[The Herald] THE club ownership wrangle between Country Club golf members and Country 2010 saw golfers spend time in police custody yesterday. Country 2010 was given the mandate to run the club but were later relieved of their duties after they failed …

[The Herald] THE club ownership wrangle between Country Club golf members and Country 2010 saw golfers spend time in police custody yesterday. Country 2010 was given the mandate to run the club but were later relieved of their duties after they failed to meet the club members' contractual obligations. A total of eight members who had gone to play the weekly Wednesday Club were briefly taken to Highlands Police Station for questioning but were later released.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe