President Mugabe in South Africa to Bolster Bilateral Ties

[The Herald] Bilateral relations between Zimbabwe and South Africa are set to go a gear up today as President Mugabe and President Jacob Zuma lead deliberations to strengthen cooperation at the Bi National Commission in Pretoria.

[The Herald] Bilateral relations between Zimbabwe and South Africa are set to go a gear up today as President Mugabe and President Jacob Zuma lead deliberations to strengthen cooperation at the Bi National Commission in Pretoria.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Power Utility Averts Blackout, Pays Eskom U.S.$12 Million

[The Herald] Zesa Holdings has paid South African power utility Eskom $12 million to avoid being switched off and will pay another $20 million this month as it battles to clear its arrears. The power utility also presented a payment plan of $5 million …

[The Herald] Zesa Holdings has paid South African power utility Eskom $12 million to avoid being switched off and will pay another $20 million this month as it battles to clear its arrears. The power utility also presented a payment plan of $5 million a week beginning next month to settle the $44 million owed to Eskom.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

UP Disrespectful to Ellen

[New Republic] Of the many heart-breaking developments this election could be remembered for, is the maltreatment of the standard-bearer Emeritus, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf by the ruling Unity Party.

[New Republic] Of the many heart-breaking developments this election could be remembered for, is the maltreatment of the standard-bearer Emeritus, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf by the ruling Unity Party.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Nocal, Exxonmobil Donate to Phebe Lab Expansion

[Observer] Many people crossing borders from neighboring countries and counties to seek medical services at Phebe Hospital in Bong County, central Liberia, speaks of the dedicated staff at the hospital, a release from the hospital has said.

[Observer] Many people crossing borders from neighboring countries and counties to seek medical services at Phebe Hospital in Bong County, central Liberia, speaks of the dedicated staff at the hospital, a release from the hospital has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Dr. Bowah – ‘Epilepsy in Yarwin Mensonnoh Still Alarming’

[Observer] The Health Officer of Nimba County, Dr. Collins Bowah, has described as ‘alarming’ the continued spread of ‘epilepsy’ in the lower Nimba District of Yarwin Mensonnoh.

[Observer] The Health Officer of Nimba County, Dr. Collins Bowah, has described as 'alarming' the continued spread of 'epilepsy' in the lower Nimba District of Yarwin Mensonnoh.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

NEC, the Challenge Is Yours to Maintain the Peace

[Observer] We have seven days left to elect new Liberian leaders, members of the House of Representatives but most especially the President and Vice President of the Republic.

[Observer] We have seven days left to elect new Liberian leaders, members of the House of Representatives but most especially the President and Vice President of the Republic.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

DDC Official Denies Freeman, PUL Allegations

[Observer] It was alleged last week by the Press Union of Liberia during a press conference that one of its counterparts, Lamii Kpargoi, who also formed the Deepening Democracy Coalition (DDC) group alongside Mr. Thomas Nah, has been soliciting money f…

[Observer] It was alleged last week by the Press Union of Liberia during a press conference that one of its counterparts, Lamii Kpargoi, who also formed the Deepening Democracy Coalition (DDC) group alongside Mr. Thomas Nah, has been soliciting money from politicians for their participation in the past two debates organized by the group.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

PYJ Promises Justice for All Liberians

[Observer] The political leader of the opposition Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction (MDR), Senator Prince Y. Johnson (PYJ), has vowed to deliver justice to all Liberians if he is elected President at the October 10 polls.

[Observer] The political leader of the opposition Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction (MDR), Senator Prince Y. Johnson (PYJ), has vowed to deliver justice to all Liberians if he is elected President at the October 10 polls.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia