Sister Laurene Memorializes Angie Brooks With a Biography

[Observer] Sister Mary Laurene Brown, President of Stella Maris Polytechnic – a Roman Catholic institution of higher learning, and author of many textbooks and other publications, is already one of the nation’s most outstanding daughters.

[Observer] Sister Mary Laurene Brown, President of Stella Maris Polytechnic - a Roman Catholic institution of higher learning, and author of many textbooks and other publications, is already one of the nation's most outstanding daughters.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Two Districts Endorse VP Boakai

[Observer] Citizens of Gbarma and Kongba districts in Gbarpolu County on Saturday, May 20, presented a statement of support for the presidential bid of Vice President Joseph N. Boakai.

[Observer] Citizens of Gbarma and Kongba districts in Gbarpolu County on Saturday, May 20, presented a statement of support for the presidential bid of Vice President Joseph N. Boakai.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Students Taking WAEC At Home Schools Raises Eyebrows

[Observer] The head of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) in Liberia, John Y. Gayvolor, says there is no need for alarm over students taking their WAEC examinations on their own campuses while their principals serve as supervisors.

[Observer] The head of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) in Liberia, John Y. Gayvolor, says there is no need for alarm over students taking their WAEC examinations on their own campuses while their principals serve as supervisors.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Harare Crafts Investment Policy

[The Herald] Harare City Council has crafted an investment policy aimed at creating an enabling business environment and making Harare an attractive investment destination.

[The Herald] Harare City Council has crafted an investment policy aimed at creating an enabling business environment and making Harare an attractive investment destination.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Senate Delays Ombudsman’s Confirmation

[New Republic] The office of the Ombudsman has again suffered another setback by the Liberian Senate thereby deferring the debate on the ad-hoc committee. It can be recalled that the plenary of the Liberian Senate setup a five man ad-hoc committee head…

[New Republic] The office of the Ombudsman has again suffered another setback by the Liberian Senate thereby deferring the debate on the ad-hoc committee. It can be recalled that the plenary of the Liberian Senate setup a five man ad-hoc committee headed by Bomi County Senator, Cllr. Morris Saytumah to create an operational framework for the office of the Ombudsman before confirming those nominated by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to occupy the office of the Ombudsman.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Anglican Quartet Dumps Former Bishop Kunonga

[The Herald] Ex-communicated Bishop Dr Nolbert Kunonga’s alliance with his four henchmen has gone up in smoke after the quartet dumped the embattled cleric, accusing him of maliciously involving them in his Anglican Church pillaging orgy. Alfred Tome, …

[The Herald] Ex-communicated Bishop Dr Nolbert Kunonga's alliance with his four henchmen has gone up in smoke after the quartet dumped the embattled cleric, accusing him of maliciously involving them in his Anglican Church pillaging orgy. Alfred Tome, Beaven Michael Ngundu, Justin Nyazika and Winter Shamuyarira were appointed as Diocesan trustees of Harare Diocese at the height of Dr Kunonga's reign.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Liberia’s Custom Brokers Association Suspends Two Members Link to Defrauding Govt

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The National Custom Brokers Association of Liberia has suspended and turned over to Liberia National Police, a custom agent who has duped his client while another is still on the run for alleged criminal offenses.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The National Custom Brokers Association of Liberia has suspended and turned over to Liberia National Police, a custom agent who has duped his client while another is still on the run for alleged criminal offenses.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Former Kiglon FC Boss Dondo Sings in CAPS United’s Corner

[The Herald] Former Kiglon chief executive Thomson Dondo has thrown his weight behind CAPS United’s CAF Champions League adventure and will pay for 100 fans to watch the Green Machine in their showdown against Algerian giants USM Alger at the National …

[The Herald] Former Kiglon chief executive Thomson Dondo has thrown his weight behind CAPS United's CAF Champions League adventure and will pay for 100 fans to watch the Green Machine in their showdown against Algerian giants USM Alger at the National Sports Stadium today. The big match starts at 3pm. The Harare businessman, who injected a fortune into Kiglon and took them into the Premiership, unveiled the package yesterday and said as a football fan he needed to give a helping hand to a club representing the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe