Carter Center Releases Statement On Liberia’s Pre – Election Activities

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -As Liberia moves toward its third post-conflict election and a historic transfer of power, the Carter Center’s international election observation mission Tuesday released a statement on the process to date, which includes re…

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -As Liberia moves toward its third post-conflict election and a historic transfer of power, the Carter Center's international election observation mission Tuesday released a statement on the process to date, which includes recommendations to ensurea peaceful, credible election.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

U.S.$150 Million Lost to Corruption At Tema Port Yearly – Govt

[Business Day] About $150 million is lost to corruption at the Tema Port alone every year, Information Minister Mustapha Hamid has revealed, saying the newly-introduced paperless system of collecting revenue at the port is meant to stem the haemorrhaging.

[Business Day] About $150 million is lost to corruption at the Tema Port alone every year, Information Minister Mustapha Hamid has revealed, saying the newly-introduced paperless system of collecting revenue at the port is meant to stem the haemorrhaging.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Peace Hyde Heads Forbes Africa’s Digital Media

[Business Day] The ABN Group owners of Forbes Africa and CNBC Africa platforms have appointed Peace Hyde as its new Head of Digital Media and Strategic Partnerships. Hyde will still be maintaining her current role as the West Africa Correspondent for t…

[Business Day] The ABN Group owners of Forbes Africa and CNBC Africa platforms have appointed Peace Hyde as its new Head of Digital Media and Strategic Partnerships. Hyde will still be maintaining her current role as the West Africa Correspondent for the leading business publication but will also head the new digital platform, www.ForbesAfrica.com and drive user

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

JKUAT Enters Partnership to Create Sustainable Startups

[CIO] A new partnership between JKUAT, World Best Friend and EMCAST (both of South Korea) has been formed in a bid to create sustainable startups in IT that create value and wealth for the youth of Kenya under a tripartite agreement.

[CIO] A new partnership between JKUAT, World Best Friend and EMCAST (both of South Korea) has been formed in a bid to create sustainable startups in IT that create value and wealth for the youth of Kenya under a tripartite agreement.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Simba Essel Energy to Conduct Airborne Surveys Across Its Liberia Block

[New Republic] Simba Essel Energy (CVE: SMB) says Bell Geospace will conduct an airborne survey across Simba’s exploration block in Liberia. Partner Essel Group Middle East (EGME) inked the deal, which will see Bell fly surveys across 2,962 sq. km of t…

[New Republic] Simba Essel Energy (CVE: SMB) says Bell Geospace will conduct an airborne survey across Simba's exploration block in Liberia. Partner Essel Group Middle East (EGME) inked the deal, which will see Bell fly surveys across 2,962 sq. km of the onshore coastal strip of Liberia lying within the known extent of the Roberts-Bassa basin.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

EU-UK Brexit Negotiations – Consultations for Next Round of Talks

[Cameroon Tribune] The fourth round of UK-EU negotiations, due to begin on 18 September, will start on the 25th instead. The BBC reported that government said a short delay “would give negotiators the flexibility to make progress”. There had been specu…

[Cameroon Tribune] The fourth round of UK-EU negotiations, due to begin on 18 September, will start on the 25th instead. The BBC reported that government said a short delay "would give negotiators the flexibility to make progress". There had been speculation that they could be moved to accommodate a major speech by Prime Minister Theresa May on the issue of Europe."The UK and the European Commission have today jointly agreed to start the fourth round of negotiations on September 25," the Department for Exiting the European U

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Lawmaker Expresses Concern Over Colleagues’ Absence From Session

[Observer] Margibi County District # 4 Representative Ben Fofana has expressed concern over the constant absence of some of his colleagues from the regular session of the House in the last few days. The lawmaker made the observation on Tuesday, Septemb…

[Observer] Margibi County District # 4 Representative Ben Fofana has expressed concern over the constant absence of some of his colleagues from the regular session of the House in the last few days. The lawmaker made the observation on Tuesday, September 12, when only 20 lawmakers, a minority, showed up in session at the House on Capitol Hill. Rep. Fofana said a lack of quorum was responsible for the failure of the House to meet to carry out the work of the people. The lawmaker said in a somber mood: "We are here to

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia