Bell Pottinger Fallout Continues As Geoghegan’s Father Quits UK Firm

[News24Wire] The fallout following Bell Pottinger’s collapse and entry into administration last week has continued, with the man who introduced the Guptas to the PR firm stepping down from the board of UK services company Rentokil on Monday.

[News24Wire] The fallout following Bell Pottinger's collapse and entry into administration last week has continued, with the man who introduced the Guptas to the PR firm stepping down from the board of UK services company Rentokil on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

2017 Finalists – CDC & UP?

[New Republic] If what has been seen so far in the country can be transmitted into vote in the 2017 presidential and legislative elections, then the race will likely be between the Unity Party (UP) and the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).

[New Republic] If what has been seen so far in the country can be transmitted into vote in the 2017 presidential and legislative elections, then the race will likely be between the Unity Party (UP) and the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Urey Poise to ‘Take Govt From Few Elites’

[New Republic] Despite him being considered by many Liberians as one of the elite citizens in the country who have consolidated all of the wealth and governance onto themselves, the standard-bearer of the All Liberian Party (ALP), Benoni Urey has vowed…

[New Republic] Despite him being considered by many Liberians as one of the elite citizens in the country who have consolidated all of the wealth and governance onto themselves, the standard-bearer of the All Liberian Party (ALP), Benoni Urey has vowed to take government from the few elites in the country to the ordinary citizens if elected president of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

CDC Candidate Promises Zogos Better Life

[New Republic] In the next few weeks Liberians will gather at the polls to determine among various presidential and representative candidates to represent them at the legislature.

[New Republic] In the next few weeks Liberians will gather at the polls to determine among various presidential and representative candidates to represent them at the legislature.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Sandy’s Money Finished?

[New Republic] Questions are heaping in many quarters as to why Rev. Kennedy Sandy has decided not to partake in the elections at the eleven hour, with few weeks left for the conduct of the elections on October 10.

[New Republic] Questions are heaping in many quarters as to why Rev. Kennedy Sandy has decided not to partake in the elections at the eleven hour, with few weeks left for the conduct of the elections on October 10.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Hired or Coerced?

[New Republic] Until the final whistle is signaled -announcing the last results after the polls on October 10 – by the National Elections Commission (NEC) the debate about which party is numerically sturdy will never cease.

[New Republic] Until the final whistle is signaled -announcing the last results after the polls on October 10 - by the National Elections Commission (NEC) the debate about which party is numerically sturdy will never cease.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Lawmakers Complain of Salaries

[New Republic] It has become a typical phenomenon in recent times for some members of the legislature to continuously complain in the corridors of the legislature over delay in the payment of their salaries.

[New Republic] It has become a typical phenomenon in recent times for some members of the legislature to continuously complain in the corridors of the legislature over delay in the payment of their salaries.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Chinese Technical Team Clarifies Media Report

[NEWS] The technical team of China Aided Project that is constructing the Ministerial Complex in Liberia has reacted to a news story in the August 28, 2017, edition of the Frontpage Africa Newspaper captioned: “Ministerial Complex Project Workers Threa…

[NEWS] The technical team of China Aided Project that is constructing the Ministerial Complex in Liberia has reacted to a news story in the August 28, 2017, edition of the Frontpage Africa Newspaper captioned: "Ministerial Complex Project Workers Threaten Strike Action."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia