President Shares Liberia’s Transformational Story

[The Capitol Times] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf President Sirleaf has said that when she first took office in January of 2006, Liberia was largely a failed state and its citizens had suffered brutal conflict that collapsed virtually all services an…

[The Capitol Times] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf President Sirleaf has said that when she first took office in January of 2006, Liberia was largely a failed state and its citizens had suffered brutal conflict that collapsed virtually all services and decimated the country's physical infrastructure.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Urey Defends Ellen Says She Needs No Protection After Presidency

[The Capitol Times] With just a brief moment to exit the 12 years rule for President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and with the incessant political discourse on who is best suited to protect her post presidential interest, the All Liberian Party (ALP) preside…

[The Capitol Times] With just a brief moment to exit the 12 years rule for President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and with the incessant political discourse on who is best suited to protect her post presidential interest, the All Liberian Party (ALP) presidential candidate, Benoni W. Urey, says it is foolish to think that the Liberian leader would need protection from any administration that proceeds her.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Legal Action Looms for Student Over Financial Aid Spending Spree

[News24Wire] The Walter Sisulu University student who received a R14.1m NSFAS payment bonanza and spent a portion of it, faces legal action, said Intellimali, the company which facilitates student payments.

[News24Wire] The Walter Sisulu University student who received a R14.1m NSFAS payment bonanza and spent a portion of it, faces legal action, said Intellimali, the company which facilitates student payments.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Simon Smells Victory for Nigeria in Uyo

[CAF] Nigeria midfielder, Moses Simon, has admitted Friday’s 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifier between the Super Eagles and Indomitable Lions of Cameroon at the Uyo International Stadium would not be for the faint-hearted as such his outfit will do …

[CAF] Nigeria midfielder, Moses Simon, has admitted Friday's 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifier between the Super Eagles and Indomitable Lions of Cameroon at the Uyo International Stadium would not be for the faint-hearted as such his outfit will do everything to grind a positive result.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mweene – Zambia Can Break the Algeria Jinx

[CAF] Zambia will face Algeria in crucial back-to-back 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Group B qualifiers on Friday, 2 September 2017 at home in Lusaka and three days later away in Constantine.

[CAF] Zambia will face Algeria in crucial back-to-back 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Group B qualifiers on Friday, 2 September 2017 at home in Lusaka and three days later away in Constantine.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

City Hall’s Finance Officer Among 7 Due in Court Over Abuse of Office

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Nairobi County Government Finance Chief Officer Luke Gatimu and six other senior officers are due in court Wednesday over abuse of office claims.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Nairobi County Government Finance Chief Officer Luke Gatimu and six other senior officers are due in court Wednesday over abuse of office claims.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Manyi Reveals He’s Sole Shareholder of Firm That Bought ANN7, New Age

[News24Wire] Mzwanele Manyi, sole owner of the company that bought Gupta-owned media units ANN7 and The New Age, said on Wednesday he decided to disclose the shareholding to be transparent and show good governance.

[News24Wire] Mzwanele Manyi, sole owner of the company that bought Gupta-owned media units ANN7 and The New Age, said on Wednesday he decided to disclose the shareholding to be transparent and show good governance.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Muslim Women and Children Have Been Disadvantaged, Court Hears

[GroundUp] In the court case seeking to give legal protection to women in Muslim marriages, advocate Nazreen Bawa argued that Muslim women and children “have always been historically disadvantaged”.

[GroundUp] In the court case seeking to give legal protection to women in Muslim marriages, advocate Nazreen Bawa argued that Muslim women and children "have always been historically disadvantaged".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa