Capital Express Assurance Gives More Than Half a Million Dalasis

[The Point] Capital Express Assurance (Gambia) Limited, a leading Life Assurance Specialist Company in The Gambia, recently presented more than half a million Dalasis to the beneficiary family of a late employee of Guaranty Trust Bank, who made claim t…

[The Point] Capital Express Assurance (Gambia) Limited, a leading Life Assurance Specialist Company in The Gambia, recently presented more than half a million Dalasis to the beneficiary family of a late employee of Guaranty Trust Bank, who made claim to their Group Life Assurance Policy or Death-In-Service Benefit Scheme, at a presentation ceremony held at Guaranty Trust Bank conference room on 9 March 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

No Dumping At Bakoteh Dumpsite, Say Protesters

[The Point] Protesters from the communities of Bakoteh, Manjai and environs yesterday staged a peaceful demonstration calling for a stop to dumping refuse at the Bakoteh dumpsite.

[The Point] Protesters from the communities of Bakoteh, Manjai and environs yesterday staged a peaceful demonstration calling for a stop to dumping refuse at the Bakoteh dumpsite.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Halifa Threatens to Reveal Coalition Parties’ Contributions to Campaign Budget

[The Point] If any political party leader ever says again that PDOIS is an enemy of the coalition, the PDOIS would reveal the amount it contributed to the coalition campaign budget and compare that to the contribution of the party concerned.

[The Point] If any political party leader ever says again that PDOIS is an enemy of the coalition, the PDOIS would reveal the amount it contributed to the coalition campaign budget and compare that to the contribution of the party concerned.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Who Accounts for Atrocities?

[NEWS] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is nearing the end of her tenure as the country gears up for presidential and representatives’ elections in October 2017. The Liberian leader is not a contender, but her deputy, Vice President Joseph Boakai is the…

[NEWS] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is nearing the end of her tenure as the country gears up for presidential and representatives' elections in October 2017. The Liberian leader is not a contender, but her deputy, Vice President Joseph Boakai is the ruling party's candidate, a man with tremendous wisdom and integrity, who and President Sirleaf appear not to share the same view on prosecution for human rights abuses committed during the country's bitter past.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberian in U.S. Backs Tipoteh

[NEWS] A Liberian based in New Hampshire, United States of America, is passionately calling on his fellow compatriots to elect Dr. Togba Nah Tipoteh as President to save Liberia.

[NEWS] A Liberian based in New Hampshire, United States of America, is passionately calling on his fellow compatriots to elect Dr. Togba Nah Tipoteh as President to save Liberia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Threats and ‘Lies’ – the Ex-Mandela Cop’s Case

[News24Wire] Years of allegedly underhanded police and politician tactics involving some of the country’s most notorious criminals have led up to a mammoth case expected to proceed in the Western Cape High Court on Monday.

[News24Wire] Years of allegedly underhanded police and politician tactics involving some of the country's most notorious criminals have led up to a mammoth case expected to proceed in the Western Cape High Court on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Was Probe Into Mandela Murder Plot Purposefully Put On Ice?

[News24Wire] Worries about plans to quash an investigation into an alleged plot by police to have former president Nelson Mandela murdered at his inauguration in 1994 were initially expressed more than a decade ago.

[News24Wire] Worries about plans to quash an investigation into an alleged plot by police to have former president Nelson Mandela murdered at his inauguration in 1994 were initially expressed more than a decade ago.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Govt Extends BVN to Microfinance Banks As ‘Ghost Workers’ Migrate There

[Premium Times] The Federal Government has urged the Central Bank of Nigeria to enforce the use of Bank Verification Number, BVN, in Microfinance Banks, amid suspicions that fraudulent government employees have set up “ghost workers” accounts in MFBs t…

[Premium Times] The Federal Government has urged the Central Bank of Nigeria to enforce the use of Bank Verification Number, BVN, in Microfinance Banks, amid suspicions that fraudulent government employees have set up "ghost workers" accounts in MFBs to avoid detection.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria