Judge Reprimands MEC for Haphazard School Eviction

[GroundUp] Judge Elizabeth Baartman reprimanded the Western Cape Department of Education for the “haphazard manner” it has dealt with the proposed eviction of the Grootkraal Primary School and church in Oudtshoorn.

[GroundUp] Judge Elizabeth Baartman reprimanded the Western Cape Department of Education for the "haphazard manner" it has dealt with the proposed eviction of the Grootkraal Primary School and church in Oudtshoorn.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

U.S.$40 Million Electricity Project Begins

[NEWS] The Government of Liberia through the Office of the National Authorizing Office, Ministry of Finance & Development Planning has kick-off a contract to put up additional transmissions and distribution lines intended to absorb more electricity to Monrovia from the Mount Coffee Hydro Dam.

[NEWS] The Government of Liberia through the Office of the National Authorizing Office, Ministry of Finance & Development Planning has kick-off a contract to put up additional transmissions and distribution lines intended to absorb more electricity to Monrovia from the Mount Coffee Hydro Dam.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ecowas Reaffirms Commitment to Wamz Integration Agenda

[Observer] A representative of the ECOWAS Commission, Gideon Gbappy who spoke recently at the mid-year statutory meetings of the 31st joint ordinary meeting of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee and operations and administration, reaffirmed th…

[Observer] A representative of the ECOWAS Commission, Gideon Gbappy who spoke recently at the mid-year statutory meetings of the 31st joint ordinary meeting of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee and operations and administration, reaffirmed the entity's commitment to the West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ) integration agenda.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

35 Healthcare Workers Enter IPC Training

[Observer] An advanced training in Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) began yesterday for thirty-five (35) healthcare workers across the country to improve services at the various health centers in Liberia.

[Observer] An advanced training in Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) began yesterday for thirty-five (35) healthcare workers across the country to improve services at the various health centers in Liberia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Protesters Demand NEC to Qualify Abu Kamara

[Observer] Protesters who besieged the main entrance to the National Elections Commission yesterday demanded that Abu Kamara, who the commission barred from contesting the upcoming elections on grounds that he violated the controversial Code of Conduct…

[Observer] Protesters who besieged the main entrance to the National Elections Commission yesterday demanded that Abu Kamara, who the commission barred from contesting the upcoming elections on grounds that he violated the controversial Code of Conduct (COC), be finally allowed to run for elective office.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Orange Launches LTE in Gbarnga

[Observer] The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Orange Liberia, Mr. Mamadou Coulibaly, has said in no uncertain terms that Orange is in Liberia for the long term. Mr. Coulibaly made the comments programs marking the launch of Orange’s new 4G/LTE site i…

[Observer] The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Orange Liberia, Mr. Mamadou Coulibaly, has said in no uncertain terms that Orange is in Liberia for the long term. Mr. Coulibaly made the comments programs marking the launch of Orange's new 4G/LTE site in Bong County over the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Chinese Traditional Medicine Highlighted

[Observer] Dr. Wang Tao, a Chinese medical doctor assigned at the John F. Kennedy (JFK) Medical Center in Monrovia, has underscored the importance of his country’s traditional medicine as compared to orthodox treatments.

[Observer] Dr. Wang Tao, a Chinese medical doctor assigned at the John F. Kennedy (JFK) Medical Center in Monrovia, has underscored the importance of his country's traditional medicine as compared to orthodox treatments.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

U.S. Ambassador Challenges Liberians to Embrace Peaceful Elections

[Observer] United States Ambassador to Liberia, Christine Elder, yesterday called on Liberians, especially the youth, to conduct themselves in a peaceful manner during and after the upcoming elections.

[Observer] United States Ambassador to Liberia, Christine Elder, yesterday called on Liberians, especially the youth, to conduct themselves in a peaceful manner during and after the upcoming elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia