Rep. Mulbah Wants Judge Impeached

[New Dawn] Bong County electoral district#3 Representative George Mulbah, has written the House of Representatives, calling for the impeachment of Judge Emery Paye for alleged repeated suspension by the Supreme Court of Liberia.

[New Dawn] Bong County electoral district#3 Representative George Mulbah, has written the House of Representatives, calling for the impeachment of Judge Emery Paye for alleged repeated suspension by the Supreme Court of Liberia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Your Vote of Confidence Has Inspired Us’

[New Dawn] The Chair of ECOWAS Council of Ministers, Madam Marjon V. Kamara, has told her colleagues that their vote of confidence has inspired and encouraged she and others in the Liberian Government to work unflinchingly to sustain the peace which th…

[New Dawn] The Chair of ECOWAS Council of Ministers, Madam Marjon V. Kamara, has told her colleagues that their vote of confidence has inspired and encouraged she and others in the Liberian Government to work unflinchingly to sustain the peace which the people of this country have enjoyed for 13 consecutive years.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Transco to Commence Work On Transmission Lines Sunday

[Observer] The management of TRANSCO CLSG, a regional transmission company responsible for the provision of affordable and reliable electricity to Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, has disclosed that the groundbreaking ceremony for the c…

[Observer] The management of TRANSCO CLSG, a regional transmission company responsible for the provision of affordable and reliable electricity to Cote d'Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, has disclosed that the groundbreaking ceremony for the commencement of the installation of transmission lines will take place on Sunday on the margins of the ECOWAS Summit.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LCCBC Wants to Provide Economic Freedom for Women

[Observer] The Human Resource Manager of the Liberia Coca Cola Bottling Company (LCCBC), Madam Aminata Kamara, said her company wants to provide economic freedom and security for Liberian women, especially those engaged in small business. According to …

[Observer] The Human Resource Manager of the Liberia Coca Cola Bottling Company (LCCBC), Madam Aminata Kamara, said her company wants to provide economic freedom and security for Liberian women, especially those engaged in small business. According to her, when women are economically empowered, they can contribute significantly to the growth of the society.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Mbalula’s Top Cop Chop Shop – First Ntlemeza, Now SAPS Acting Commissioner Phahlane Out Too

[Daily Maverick] Having been told to step down as acting national police commissioner and return to his old job at the police forensics division, Lieutenant-General Khomotso Phahlane must now provide reasons why he should not be suspended. Police Minis…

[Daily Maverick] Having been told to step down as acting national police commissioner and return to his old job at the police forensics division, Lieutenant-General Khomotso Phahlane must now provide reasons why he should not be suspended. Police Minister Fikile Mbalula's announcement on Thursday came after weeks of acrimonious tensions between Phahlane and police watchdog, the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid), which is investigating Phahlane over alleged kickbacks and dodgy tenders. At the same time the

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Class Exploitation, Racial Oppression Are the Dominant Systems Sustaining UCKAR

[Daily Maverick] To flush out the University Currently Known as Rhodes’ brutal system of worker exploitation, united revolutionary action by workers and students is required.

[Daily Maverick] To flush out the University Currently Known as Rhodes' brutal system of worker exploitation, united revolutionary action by workers and students is required.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Meeting the Dietary Needs of Honey Bees Is Tough for Beekeepers

[The Conversation Africa] The world is worried about honey bees. There are fears globally that bees may become extinct. This would have implications for food security: between 50% and 80% of the world’s food supply – fruits, vegetables and the seeds us…

[The Conversation Africa] The world is worried about honey bees. There are fears globally that bees may become extinct. This would have implications for food security: between 50% and 80% of the world's food supply - fruits, vegetables and the seeds used to produce grain for livestock - is directly or indirectly affected by honey bee pollination.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa