Police to Shutdown RIA Highway

[New Dawn] The Liberia National Police or LNP says the Monrovia to Roberts International Airport or RIA Highway will be shutdown to heavy vehicles beginning Wednesday at 6am to 6pm on Sunday evening, 4 June as part of traffic measures taken in observan…

[New Dawn] The Liberia National Police or LNP says the Monrovia to Roberts International Airport or RIA Highway will be shutdown to heavy vehicles beginning Wednesday at 6am to 6pm on Sunday evening, 4 June as part of traffic measures taken in observance of the ongoing ECOWAS Summit here.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Cape Mount Health Team Alarms Ghosts

[New Dawn] The County Health Officer of Grand Cape Mount County, Dr. Jimmi Brewer, has disclosed that ghost names are on the payroll of the County Health Team, that are seriously affecting its operation, saying, “We have lot of ghosts on our payroll, w…

[New Dawn] The County Health Officer of Grand Cape Mount County, Dr. Jimmi Brewer, has disclosed that ghost names are on the payroll of the County Health Team, that are seriously affecting its operation, saying, "We have lot of ghosts on our payroll, we need to get them out of the system."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

We Need an International Environmental Criminal Court

[New Dawn] The announcement of the winners of this year’s Goldman Environmental Prize is an opportunity to celebrate activist leaders. But it is also a moment to recognize just how much courage their efforts (and those of a great many others) can demand.

[New Dawn] The announcement of the winners of this year's Goldman Environmental Prize is an opportunity to celebrate activist leaders. But it is also a moment to recognize just how much courage their efforts (and those of a great many others) can demand.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Key Witness in GW Trial Leaves Liberia?

[New Dawn] The NewDawn has learnt that a possible key witness in the ongoing Global Witness – prompted bribery trial against Sable Mining and several Liberian officials has flown out of Liberia to Ivory Coast on the indicted company’s helicopter while …

[New Dawn] The NewDawn has learnt that a possible key witness in the ongoing Global Witness - prompted bribery trial against Sable Mining and several Liberian officials has flown out of Liberia to Ivory Coast on the indicted company's helicopter while prosecutors and defense are battling over admitting a foreign witness in the case.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ladysmith Police Appeal for Assistance to Locate Missing Person

[SAPS] Ladysmith police station would like to make an appeal to the members of the community regarding a missing person, Fikile Regina Dlamini (71) of Ladysmith. She was last seen by her family members on 23 of April 2017 at Steadville, J area, Ladysmi…

[SAPS] Ladysmith police station would like to make an appeal to the members of the community regarding a missing person, Fikile Regina Dlamini (71) of Ladysmith. She was last seen by her family members on 23 of April 2017 at Steadville, J area, Ladysmith. She is about 1.24m in height, slim in built, black medium length hair. She was wearing a brown dress, white takkies, and a red jacket. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is urged to contact Constable Langa on 036 638 3353. Our Crime Stop number can also

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Golela Police Officers Arrested for Corruption

[SAPS] Yesterday, Detectives together with the Special Task Force arrested eight (8) police officers aged between 30 and 43 at the Golela Border Post for corruption related charges.

[SAPS] Yesterday, Detectives together with the Special Task Force arrested eight (8) police officers aged between 30 and 43 at the Golela Border Post for corruption related charges.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Abuse of Social Media Forcing Govt to Filter Content, Says ICT Minister

[Monitor] Kabarole -The minister for Information and Communications Technology and National Guidance, Mr Frank Tumwebaze has said the increasing public abuse of social media is forcing the hands of government to regulate the use of the platforms.

[Monitor] Kabarole -The minister for Information and Communications Technology and National Guidance, Mr Frank Tumwebaze has said the increasing public abuse of social media is forcing the hands of government to regulate the use of the platforms.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Investment Opportunity – Seychelles’ Residents Can Buy Shares in Port Cold Storage Facility

[Seychelles News Agency] Residents and companies in Seychelles will have the chance to acquire shares in the soon-to-be-opened Central Common Cold Store (CCCS) located on Ile du Port, a man-made island next to Port Victoria.

[Seychelles News Agency] Residents and companies in Seychelles will have the chance to acquire shares in the soon-to-be-opened Central Common Cold Store (CCCS) located on Ile du Port, a man-made island next to Port Victoria.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Doctors Say Commission Ruling On Sex Work Is Bad for HIV Prevention

[GroundUp] Numerous sex work, public health and gender advocacy organisations have expressed dismay at the recommendations of the long-awaited report on sex work compiled by the South African Law Reform Commission.

[GroundUp] Numerous sex work, public health and gender advocacy organisations have expressed dismay at the recommendations of the long-awaited report on sex work compiled by the South African Law Reform Commission.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa