Monitor Publications Restructuring

[Monitor] The management of Monitor Publications Ltd has rolled out a new organisational structure in order to improve its revenues. According to the MD, Tony Glencross, this is being done to meet the customers’ needs and grow circulation.

[Monitor] The management of Monitor Publications Ltd has rolled out a new organisational structure in order to improve its revenues. According to the MD, Tony Glencross, this is being done to meet the customers' needs and grow circulation.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Farmaajo Holds Talks With Host Erdogan

[Dalsan Radio] Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo on Wednesday held bilateral talks with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara on his second day of his tour of Turkey.

[Dalsan Radio] Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo on Wednesday held bilateral talks with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara on his second day of his tour of Turkey.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Angola – UNTA Trade Union Deems Salary Readjustment Opportune

[ANGOP] Luanda -The trade union National Union of Angolan Workers (UNTA) considers that the approval of a salary readjustment for public servants, as part of the government’s policy to gradually increase salaries through differentiations, happens at an…

[ANGOP] Luanda -The trade union National Union of Angolan Workers (UNTA) considers that the approval of a salary readjustment for public servants, as part of the government's policy to gradually increase salaries through differentiations, happens at an opportune moment but it does not yet meet the expectations of UNTA.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

FAO, MOA Undertake U.S.$458K Statistics Project

[Observer] The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Ministry of Agriculture and its partners will tomorrow open a US$458,000 Statistics Project at the Ministry of Agriculture sub office in Fendell, outside Monrovia.

[Observer] The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Ministry of Agriculture and its partners will tomorrow open a US$458,000 Statistics Project at the Ministry of Agriculture sub office in Fendell, outside Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Red Eyez CEO and Rawlo Squash Beef

[Observer] A couple of years ago, not long after the Ebola outbreak, Yusuf, aka Red Eyez, and Rawlo cut ties. Rawlo was then the producer and engineer who was creating these merciless instrumentals and beats and had created a different kind of sound of…

[Observer] A couple of years ago, not long after the Ebola outbreak, Yusuf, aka Red Eyez, and Rawlo cut ties. Rawlo was then the producer and engineer who was creating these merciless instrumentals and beats and had created a different kind of sound of instrumental mixing into the market, where it remains today. Rawlo is a great asset in the Liberian industry.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberian Journalists’ Self-Regulatory Document – the UN-Addressed Stickiest Issue, the ‘Women’ Omission

[Observer] The highest salary owners of private media institutions in Liberia are giving their reporters is US$200. This amount covers transportation–to scavenge out ‘news story’ from around town–lunch (or brunch if you didn’t take breakfast because …

[Observer] The highest salary owners of private media institutions in Liberia are giving their reporters is US$200. This amount covers transportation--to scavenge out 'news story' from around town--lunch (or brunch if you didn't take breakfast because you had to leave home early to get breaking news), and recharge cards to call a newsmaker to balance the story.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

AIIC to Begin Mechanized Farming Support Project

[Observer] The Agriculture Infrastructures Investment Corporation (AIIC), based in Quaduboni district, Lofa County will tomorrow begin a project in Monrovia that aims to raise funds to enhance mechanized agriculture in Lofa County.

[Observer] The Agriculture Infrastructures Investment Corporation (AIIC), based in Quaduboni district, Lofa County will tomorrow begin a project in Monrovia that aims to raise funds to enhance mechanized agriculture in Lofa County.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Dutch Man Convicted for War Crimes in Liberia – Where Do Liberians Stand With Justice?

[Observer] On Friday, April 21, the world witnessed a historical event in The Hague where a Dutch businessman, Gus Kouwenhoven, was convicted by the Dutch Appeal Court and subsequently sentenced to 19 years for smuggling arms to fuel the Liberian war. …

[Observer] On Friday, April 21, the world witnessed a historical event in The Hague where a Dutch businessman, Gus Kouwenhoven, was convicted by the Dutch Appeal Court and subsequently sentenced to 19 years for smuggling arms to fuel the Liberian war. According to the verdict, Kouwenhoven, who during the regime of former President Charles Taylor, operated the Oriental Timber Company (OTC), was convicted as "an accessory to war crimes" for selling weapons to Mr. Taylor between 2000 and 2003 in defiance of United Natio

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia