Singer Malaika in Fight Against Gender Stereotypes

[Nyasa Times] UK based Malawian born singer-songwriter, Malaika, is the star of a new music video titled “Falling For You” which she says it is produced to inspire women to fight against gender stereotypes.

[Nyasa Times] UK based Malawian born singer-songwriter, Malaika, is the star of a new music video titled "Falling For You" which she says it is produced to inspire women to fight against gender stereotypes.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

LRA Officials, Staff Reaffirm Oath

[New Dawn] Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Commissioner General Elfrieda Stewart Tamba has led top officials and hundreds of employees and staff of the Authority to reaffirm their signed Oath of national duty to the country with a high standard of prof…

[New Dawn] Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Commissioner General Elfrieda Stewart Tamba has led top officials and hundreds of employees and staff of the Authority to reaffirm their signed Oath of national duty to the country with a high standard of professionalism, integrity, accountability and transparency to duty.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Supreme Court Justices Risk Impeachment

[New Dawn] Some members of the Liberian Legislature have commenced impeachment process against Supreme Court Justices Kabineh Ja’Neh, Jamesetta Howard Wolokolie and Philip A.Z. Banks for alleged ethical breach.

[New Dawn] Some members of the Liberian Legislature have commenced impeachment process against Supreme Court Justices Kabineh Ja'Neh, Jamesetta Howard Wolokolie and Philip A.Z. Banks for alleged ethical breach.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Emmanuel Urey Condemns Attack On Police

[New Dawn] Emmanuel Urey, believed to be a foster brother of the Standard Bearer of the All Liberian Party, Benoni Urey, says that the recent flogging of a police officer by a bodyguard of Presidential Candidate Urey, including threat to spoil it if th…

[New Dawn] Emmanuel Urey, believed to be a foster brother of the Standard Bearer of the All Liberian Party, Benoni Urey, says that the recent flogging of a police officer by a bodyguard of Presidential Candidate Urey, including threat to spoil it if the government so desires, are scaring signals that the Liberian people should take note of.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Clergy Wants Parties Unveil Their Plans

[New Dawn] Liberian Clergyman Rev. Foday Karpeh is calling on political parties here not to only put up campaign pictures, but to rather begin giving explanations regarding what they can do for the nation if they are given the chance to serve.

[New Dawn] Liberian Clergyman Rev. Foday Karpeh is calling on political parties here not to only put up campaign pictures, but to rather begin giving explanations regarding what they can do for the nation if they are given the chance to serve.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Minister Dausi Launches Digital Empowerment Scholarship

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Nicholas Dausi, has called on Malawian youths to embrace the Information Communications Technology (ICT) industry as it is a key indicator to the advancement and development of a coun…

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Nicholas Dausi, has called on Malawian youths to embrace the Information Communications Technology (ICT) industry as it is a key indicator to the advancement and development of a country.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Company Uncertainty Affecting Us, Admits Nakumatt Coach

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Nakumatt FC head coach Anthony Mwangi has admitted the uncertainty surrounding their sponsor, Supermarket chain Nakumatt Holdings has affected them but he hopes his charges can weather the storm and finish off the season successfu…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Nakumatt FC head coach Anthony Mwangi has admitted the uncertainty surrounding their sponsor, Supermarket chain Nakumatt Holdings has affected them but he hopes his charges can weather the storm and finish off the season successfully.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Law Society Says Court Closures Suffocating Justice

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Law Society (MLS) has expressed concern with the thousands of people are failing to access justice at the country’s courts four days after the Judiciary support staff went on strike, saying in any well-functioning democracy, courts…

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Law Society (MLS) has expressed concern with the thousands of people are failing to access justice at the country's courts four days after the Judiciary support staff went on strike, saying in any well-functioning democracy, courts are not supposed to be shut down and be rendered inaccessible to all those who might wish to call them to their aid from time to time.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi