Wrap Up Your ’26’, Jumpstart the New Week With Harris Sisters Live in Concert

[Observer] There will be a great many who will want to extend the Independence Day holiday as far as they can, well into the weekend and possibly beyond. If you have ever helplessly contemplated such an extension, know that you are not alone, for we kn…

[Observer] There will be a great many who will want to extend the Independence Day holiday as far as they can, well into the weekend and possibly beyond. If you have ever helplessly contemplated such an extension, know that you are not alone, for we know of a great way to wrap up the '26' Day festivities.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Etmonia Tarpeh, Others Get LCCE Awards

[Observer] The chairperson of the National Investment Commission (NIC), Madam Etmonia David Tarpeh, last weekend received a “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Liberia Council of Chief Executives (LCCE). What made the award more significant for Madam…

[Observer] The chairperson of the National Investment Commission (NIC), Madam Etmonia David Tarpeh, last weekend received a "Lifetime Achievement Award" from the Liberia Council of Chief Executives (LCCE). What made the award more significant for Madam Tarpeh was that it was conferred on her 75th birthday.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

PNFC Prevents Vegetable and Medicinal Leaves Spoilage

[Observer] Two factors contributing to the alarming rate of spoilage of fresh farm produce are the lack of affordable and reliable electricity (i.e. for refrigeration) and the knowledge, skills and tools to add value to fresh produce via preservation a…

[Observer] Two factors contributing to the alarming rate of spoilage of fresh farm produce are the lack of affordable and reliable electricity (i.e. for refrigeration) and the knowledge, skills and tools to add value to fresh produce via preservation and processing methods.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

IFC Board Approves Investment in World’s Largest Solar Photovoltaic Generation Park in Egypt

[PR Newswire] Cairo -The Board of Executive Directors of IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, approved on July 20 an investment of $635 million that will help construct, operate and maintain up to 11 solar power plants in Egypt. The combined capacity…

[PR Newswire] Cairo -The Board of Executive Directors of IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, approved on July 20 an investment of $635 million that will help construct, operate and maintain up to 11 solar power plants in Egypt. The combined capacity of the plants amount to 500 megawatts. This will be one of the largest private foreign direct investments in the country's power sector in recent years.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Lungu’s Authoritarianism Now Turns to Opponents Within

[African Arguments] The ruling Patriotic Front’s expulsion of one of its founding members paves the way for President Lungu to be its presidential candidate. But they’d be wrong to think they’ve seen the end of Chishimba Kambwili.

[African Arguments] The ruling Patriotic Front's expulsion of one of its founding members paves the way for President Lungu to be its presidential candidate. But they'd be wrong to think they've seen the end of Chishimba Kambwili.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Italian Police Arrest Seven Persons for Forcing Nigerian Women Into Prostitution

[Guardian] Italian police has said that seven people who lured Nigerian women to Italy “with voodoo rituals” and then forced them into prostitution have been arrested in Nuoro, Sardinia.

[Guardian] Italian police has said that seven people who lured Nigerian women to Italy "with voodoo rituals" and then forced them into prostitution have been arrested in Nuoro, Sardinia.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Community Threatens to Sue Nnamdi Kanu Over Alleged Taboo

[Guardian] Nri community in Aniocha Local Government Area of Anambra has threatened to sue Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, for alleged taboo in Nri culture.

[Guardian] Nri community in Aniocha Local Government Area of Anambra has threatened to sue Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, for alleged taboo in Nri culture.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria