‘We Are Coming for You’ – Minister Gigaba to Businesses

[News24Wire] Unethical businesses that employ illegal immigrants are going to be dealt with harshly and managers will be arrested for not adhering to the law, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba warned on Thursday.

[News24Wire] Unethical businesses that employ illegal immigrants are going to be dealt with harshly and managers will be arrested for not adhering to the law, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba warned on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Gambian Crisis a Test for Pres. Sirleaf’s Leadership At Ecowas

[New Dawn] The current political crisis in The Gambia brought about as a result of defeated President Yaya Jammeh rescinding his earlier acceptance of results of the December 1, 2016 polls presents a serious test for ECOWAS and the rest of the democrat…

[New Dawn] The current political crisis in The Gambia brought about as a result of defeated President Yaya Jammeh rescinding his earlier acceptance of results of the December 1, 2016 polls presents a serious test for ECOWAS and the rest of the democratic world, particularly Liberia's chairmanship of the regional body.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Govt Request Live Screening of Bribery Trial

[New Dawn] Prosecutors are requesting the Criminal Court “C” to allow live videorecording and broadcast of the ongoing economic sabotage trial ofseveral Liberian officials and U.K. – based Sable Mining officials tovindicate Liberia’s justice system, en…

[New Dawn] Prosecutors are requesting the Criminal Court "C" to allow live videorecording and broadcast of the ongoing economic sabotage trial ofseveral Liberian officials and U.K. - based Sable Mining officials tovindicate Liberia's justice system, ensure that "justice is seen to bedone" and "the verdict is universally accepted".

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Send Refugees Back to War Ravaged Homelands

[New Dawn] Boston, Massachusetts-What if governments and philanthropists who are currently investing in refugee resettlement in western countries also consider a proactive investment in a reverse refugee resettlement pilot project voluntarily sending r…

[New Dawn] Boston, Massachusetts-What if governments and philanthropists who are currently investing in refugee resettlement in western countries also consider a proactive investment in a reverse refugee resettlement pilot project voluntarily sending refugees back from the west to the post-conflict African countries they once fled? What if the returning refugees are given access to resources and economic incentives such as visa waivers, zero interest loans, duty free privileges, tax breaks and waivers of business reg

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Labour Minister Frowns On Child Labor

[New Dawn] The Ministry of Labor has frowned on the wave of child labor in the country, stressing the need to end the practice. LabourMinister NetoZarzarLighe, Sr. said the law against child labor should be vigorously enforced to get children off the s…

[New Dawn] The Ministry of Labor has frowned on the wave of child labor in the country, stressing the need to end the practice. LabourMinister NetoZarzarLighe, Sr. said the law against child labor should be vigorously enforced to get children off the streets. "We see our children during school hours selling in the streets, while their mates are in school, children these days have been used as bread winners of the various homes, these things must come to an end", he emphasized.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia