Again, Nigeria’s Manufacturing Index Expands in June

[This Day] The Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) increased to 52.9 index points in June 2017, showing expansion in the manufacturing sector for the third consecutive month.

[This Day] The Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) increased to 52.9 index points in June 2017, showing expansion in the manufacturing sector for the third consecutive month.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Megacity – Stakeholders Ask Lagos to Accommodate Slum Dwellers

[Vanguard] Trade unionists, activist, diplomats, academics and other stakeholders, weekend in Lagos, called on Lagos State Government to find alternative accommodation and means of livelihood to victims of destruction of slums, shanties, road side stor…

[Vanguard] Trade unionists, activist, diplomats, academics and other stakeholders, weekend in Lagos, called on Lagos State Government to find alternative accommodation and means of livelihood to victims of destruction of slums, shanties, road side stores, among other dislocated residents in the government's drive towards its mega city project.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

12 Rural Communities Declared Open Defecation Free

[FrontPageAfrica] Margibi County -Twelve Communities in Kakata District, Margibi County have been declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) by the Christian Faith based charity, Living Water International.

[FrontPageAfrica] Margibi County -Twelve Communities in Kakata District, Margibi County have been declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) by the Christian Faith based charity, Living Water International.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Stakeholders Validate Draft Food Law and National Standard Act

[Observer] A critical stakeholders’ meeting was held over the weekend in Monrovia to validate the proposed draft food law and the national standard act to ensure that food and other goods released to the public are evaluated properly to meet internatio…

[Observer] A critical stakeholders' meeting was held over the weekend in Monrovia to validate the proposed draft food law and the national standard act to ensure that food and other goods released to the public are evaluated properly to meet international standards of quality and safety.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Gupta-Owned Company Demands R10 Million for Defamation

[GroundUp] The Gupta-owned company Optimum Coal Mine has issued a summons for R10 million against a small company. Optimum alleges Re-Action Consulting, which builds public health clinics, has published false and defamatory statements in court papers.

[GroundUp] The Gupta-owned company Optimum Coal Mine has issued a summons for R10 million against a small company. Optimum alleges Re-Action Consulting, which builds public health clinics, has published false and defamatory statements in court papers.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

43km Road Nearing Completion in River Cess

[Observer] A 43km laterite road under construction in Rivercess County at the cost of US$120, 000 is expected to be completed this month to expand the inter-county transport network and improve trade.

[Observer] A 43km laterite road under construction in Rivercess County at the cost of US$120, 000 is expected to be completed this month to expand the inter-county transport network and improve trade.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia