Two Youths Leave for F4f Tourney in Moscow

[Observer] Liberia’s two representative, Sao Jackson (L) who will participate as a footballer and Zeta Kromah (R) who will participate as a journalist at the Friendship for Football (F4F) program in Moscow, Russia.

[Observer] Liberia's two representative, Sao Jackson (L) who will participate as a footballer and Zeta Kromah (R) who will participate as a journalist at the Friendship for Football (F4F) program in Moscow, Russia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Protesters March Against Coal Plant

[VOA] As the planet marks World Environment Day, protesters in Kenya took to the streets to demand the government stop building a coal power plant in the country.

[VOA] As the planet marks World Environment Day, protesters in Kenya took to the streets to demand the government stop building a coal power plant in the country.

DA Doesn’t Need ‘Good Reason’ to Remove Mayor, Lawyers Argue

[Daily Maverick] On the second day of the court hearing to determine whether Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille was lawfully stripped of her DA membership, the DA’s lawyers fought back. Even if the manner in which De Lille was ousted was procedurally fl…

[Daily Maverick] On the second day of the court hearing to determine whether Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille was lawfully stripped of her DA membership, the DA's lawyers fought back. Even if the manner in which De Lille was ousted was procedurally flawed, they argued, it was clear that her relationship with the party was over. But judges hearing the matter had a different concern: should this internal party issue be brought before a court at all?

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Governments Should Sanction Leaders of Conflict – UN Official

[VOA] A senior U.N. official is calling on governments to target the leaders of South Sudan’s warring factions with painful financial measures and other actions to persuade them to change the behavior that has plunged their country into a state of perp…

[VOA] A senior U.N. official is calling on governments to target the leaders of South Sudan's warring factions with painful financial measures and other actions to persuade them to change the behavior that has plunged their country into a state of perpetual conflict and suffering.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

MPs Hope That ‘Madam Fix It’ Can Mend Outstanding Issues At Prasa

[Daily Maverick] Despite optimism over the appointment of a new interim Prasa board, MPs at Parliament’s portfolio committee on transport threw cold water on the hope that the new board will improve operations at the entity, especially in Cape Town.

[Daily Maverick] Despite optimism over the appointment of a new interim Prasa board, MPs at Parliament's portfolio committee on transport threw cold water on the hope that the new board will improve operations at the entity, especially in Cape Town.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa