Tractebel Awarded Engineering Contract for CLSG Project

[FrontPageAfrica] Abidjan -The Global engineering and consulting firm, Tractebel Engineering Belgium has been awarded a contract by TRANSCO CLSG, a regional transmission company established by an international Treaty to build a 1,303km of transmission …

[FrontPageAfrica] Abidjan -The Global engineering and consulting firm, Tractebel Engineering Belgium has been awarded a contract by TRANSCO CLSG, a regional transmission company established by an international Treaty to build a 1,303km of transmission line from Cote d'Ivoire linking Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

From Pollution to Protection – How to Save Our Ocean?

[FrontPageAfrica] Incontrovertibly, of all natural resources on the planet, the ocean is the most abused. This may be partly due to its humongous size or limited attention which has resulted into poor regulation. Pollution from many sources, overfishin…

[FrontPageAfrica] Incontrovertibly, of all natural resources on the planet, the ocean is the most abused. This may be partly due to its humongous size or limited attention which has resulted into poor regulation. Pollution from many sources, overfishing, and now major issues due to climate change all threaten the largest and most diverse contiguous habitat on the planet.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Evidence Missing in Former President Guard Darlington George Case

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The case is set to resume soon but what seems unbelievable is that several pieces of evidence are missing from the file of former presidential guard Darlington George.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The case is set to resume soon but what seems unbelievable is that several pieces of evidence are missing from the file of former presidential guard Darlington George.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberian Police Drops Rape Charges Against Rep. Prince Moye

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Following days of investigation into alleged rape case that also led to the imprisonment of the publisher of the Hot Pepper Newspaper, the Liberia Nation Police Women and Children Protection says there is no evidence to char…

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Following days of investigation into alleged rape case that also led to the imprisonment of the publisher of the Hot Pepper Newspaper, the Liberia Nation Police Women and Children Protection says there is no evidence to charge Rep. Prince Moye for rape.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Man Wants Sh7 Million Compensation for Losing Seven Family Members in PEV

[Nation] Clad in an oversized navy blue coat, a red and black beanie hat, a grey trouser and blue slippers, Joseph Mwangi Macharia appears ill at ease as we approach his former home in Chagayia, Timboroa, Uasin Gishu County.

[Nation] Clad in an oversized navy blue coat, a red and black beanie hat, a grey trouser and blue slippers, Joseph Mwangi Macharia appears ill at ease as we approach his former home in Chagayia, Timboroa, Uasin Gishu County.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Forte Oil Raises N9 Billion From Capital Market Via Bonds Issuance

[Vanguard] Forte Oil Plc has raised its N9 billion from the capital market to support its operation and drive its expansion strategy. The bond is a 5 year fixed rate issue and the first series of its proposed N50 billion bond issuance programme.

[Vanguard] Forte Oil Plc has raised its N9 billion from the capital market to support its operation and drive its expansion strategy. The bond is a 5 year fixed rate issue and the first series of its proposed N50 billion bond issuance programme.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

The Famine Late This Year and Next Year

[Vanguard] ON Tuesday, November 15, 2016, several Nigerian news media carried the news of the Presidency raising alarm over imminent famine in Nigeria by January 2017 – which is a mere five weeks away. In fact, the word used was “Nigerians should brace…

[Vanguard] ON Tuesday, November 15, 2016, several Nigerian news media carried the news of the Presidency raising alarm over imminent famine in Nigeria by January 2017 - which is a mere five weeks away. In fact, the word used was "Nigerians should brace themselves".

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria