Middlemen ‘Hijack’ Grain Marketing Board Depots

[The Herald] Grain Marketing Board (GMB) officials are reportedly facilitating the buying and storage of grain at silos by some middlemen, who now enjoy VIP status. Once it is known that the grain belongs to the middlemen, some of them remaining white …

[The Herald] Grain Marketing Board (GMB) officials are reportedly facilitating the buying and storage of grain at silos by some middlemen, who now enjoy VIP status. Once it is known that the grain belongs to the middlemen, some of them remaining white farmers, it automatically evades rigorous scrutiny that has frustrated other farmers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Theatre Review – Brel – Spilling Out the Deepest, Darkest Emotions

[Daily Maverick] When the world all around you seems to be in turmoil, the music of Jacques Brel is somehow comforting. The tumbling lyrics of his songs remind you that life always has been and always will be a tussle, a drama, a disappointment, a riot…

[Daily Maverick] When the world all around you seems to be in turmoil, the music of Jacques Brel is somehow comforting. The tumbling lyrics of his songs remind you that life always has been and always will be a tussle, a drama, a disappointment, a riot. And that if it isn't, you're short-changing yourself emotionally.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Burning Buses Not Solution to Accidents,’ – Sekou Kamara

[Observer] Sekou Kamara, a driver of one of the yellow American school buses popular known as ‘Killer Bean,’ says angry residents burning buses whenever there is a tragic accident is not the solution to the problem.

[Observer] Sekou Kamara, a driver of one of the yellow American school buses popular known as 'Killer Bean,' says angry residents burning buses whenever there is a tragic accident is not the solution to the problem.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Pastors, Apostles, Prophets Endorse Dr. Mills Jones

[Observer] The Destiny Ministers for Excellence, a group of Christian organizations in Monrovia, has endorsed the presidential bid of former Central Bank Governor Dr. Joseph Mills Jones.

[Observer] The Destiny Ministers for Excellence, a group of Christian organizations in Monrovia, has endorsed the presidential bid of former Central Bank Governor Dr. Joseph Mills Jones.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Disability Shouldn’t Stop You From Excelling in Life’

[Observer] The deputy minister for planning and research at the Ministry of Health, Yah M. Zolia, told graduates at the J. W. Harris Memorial High School on the Bushrod Island that disability and poverty should not be justifications for not excelling i…

[Observer] The deputy minister for planning and research at the Ministry of Health, Yah M. Zolia, told graduates at the J. W. Harris Memorial High School on the Bushrod Island that disability and poverty should not be justifications for not excelling in life.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

We Should Free Ourselves From Mental Slavery

[New Era] We can define our own destiny so that we can have good success in every sphere but we literally need set a timeframe for the industrialization of Africa in totality. The tragedy of Africa is that the continent is not well consistent on its ow…

[New Era] We can define our own destiny so that we can have good success in every sphere but we literally need set a timeframe for the industrialization of Africa in totality. The tragedy of Africa is that the continent is not well consistent on its own destiny.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Orange GSM in Trouble

[Observer] Not long after taking over from Cellcom GSM, Orange has fallen in trouble with the Civil Law Court ‘A’ at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia.

[Observer] Not long after taking over from Cellcom GSM, Orange has fallen in trouble with the Civil Law Court 'A' at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Lawmakers, Please Consider Tax Cut Deal for Cement and Steel Factory With Care

[Observer] On Thursday, July 6, 2017, the Daily Observer published a story about the House of Representatives investigating a 17-year tax cut proposal from President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The tax cut deal, valued at some US$200,000, is a part of an In…

[Observer] On Thursday, July 6, 2017, the Daily Observer published a story about the House of Representatives investigating a 17-year tax cut proposal from President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The tax cut deal, valued at some US$200,000, is a part of an Investment Incentive Agreement (IIA) between Liberia on the one hand and TIDFORE Investment Company and Liberia Steel and Cement Mining (LICEMCO) on the other.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia