Court Orders Re-Arrest of ‘Fake’ Land Dealer

[LINA] Criminal Court “C” Judge Yamie Gbeisay has ordered the re-arrest of defendant Charles Coker for allegedly stealing US$9,800 from private prosecutor F. Musah Dean for two-and-a-half lots of land he promised to give him for the money.

[LINA] Criminal Court "C" Judge Yamie Gbeisay has ordered the re-arrest of defendant Charles Coker for allegedly stealing US$9,800 from private prosecutor F. Musah Dean for two-and-a-half lots of land he promised to give him for the money.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

New UN SG Wants Global Resolution to ‘Make Peace First’

[LINA] The new Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres , who assumed duty on January 1, says one question weighing heavily on his heart is how can the world help the millions of people caught up in conflict, suffering massively in war…

[LINA] The new Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres , who assumed duty on January 1, says one question weighing heavily on his heart is how can the world help the millions of people caught up in conflict, suffering massively in wars with no end in sight.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Charity Donates to Phebe, Dunbar Hospitals

[LINA] The British charity, Maternal and Child Health International (MCHI), has donated a consignment of medical supplies and equipment to the Phebe and C. B. Dunbar hospitals in Bong County.

[LINA] The British charity, Maternal and Child Health International (MCHI), has donated a consignment of medical supplies and equipment to the Phebe and C. B. Dunbar hospitals in Bong County.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Pres. Sirleaf Extends Suspension of Tariff On Agric Supplies

[LINA] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued Executive Order No. 81, extending the suspension of tariff on agricultural equipment, live animals for breeding and agricultural seeds.

[LINA] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued Executive Order No. 81, extending the suspension of tariff on agricultural equipment, live animals for breeding and agricultural seeds.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Farmers From Conservancies Visit Krumhuk

[Namibian] SEVEN San agricultural and livestock champions from Nyae Nyae and N#a Jaqna Conservancy recently visited the “collective style” commercial farm Krumhuk just outside Windhoek for a week.

[Namibian] SEVEN San agricultural and livestock champions from Nyae Nyae and N#a Jaqna Conservancy recently visited the "collective style" commercial farm Krumhuk just outside Windhoek for a week.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Irrigation Scheme Brings Hope to Locals

[The Herald] Sifelani Tsiko -The revival of the 57-hactare Jalukange Irrigation Scheme along Shashe River about 120km west of Beitbridge town has come as a major relief for smallholder farmers in this dry district. The district was in the grip of the w…

[The Herald] Sifelani Tsiko -The revival of the 57-hactare Jalukange Irrigation Scheme along Shashe River about 120km west of Beitbridge town has come as a major relief for smallholder farmers in this dry district. The district was in the grip of the worst drought in half a century with failed rain seasons, crop failures and livestock deaths.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sofapaka’s 2011 Pain Pushing Situma in CL

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Tusker FC skipper James Situma is still reeling from the pain of narrowly losing out on an opportunity to play in the group stages of a CAF tournament, after missing out with Sofapaka five years ago in the 2011 Confederations Cup.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Tusker FC skipper James Situma is still reeling from the pain of narrowly losing out on an opportunity to play in the group stages of a CAF tournament, after missing out with Sofapaka five years ago in the 2011 Confederations Cup.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘Speeding’ Cop Hits Civilian

[Namibian] A NAMIBIAN police traffic officer stationed at the Keetmanshoop roadblock faces both criminal and disciplinary charges after he hit a civilian last Thursday.

[Namibian] A NAMIBIAN police traffic officer stationed at the Keetmanshoop roadblock faces both criminal and disciplinary charges after he hit a civilian last Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia