Kiang West Lady Councilor Passes Away

[Daily Observer] Reliable sources have informed Daily Observer that the newly elected councilor of Kiang West died on Sunday, following a brief illness. According to our sources, Darboe complained of a headache before she died.

[Daily Observer] Reliable sources have informed Daily Observer that the newly elected councilor of Kiang West died on Sunday, following a brief illness. According to our sources, Darboe complained of a headache before she died.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Woman Charged With Causing Death By Lit Fire

[Daily Observer] Police prosecutors have brought a woman before a Banjul Magistrates’ Court for allegedly causing the death of one Sulayman Jabbi in a lit fire. Listening

[Daily Observer] Police prosecutors have brought a woman before a Banjul Magistrates' Court for allegedly causing the death of one Sulayman Jabbi in a lit fire. Listening

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

GFF Clarifies Stance On Kmfa’s Congress

[Daily Observer] The Gambia Football Federation has issued a statement clarifying its position on the controversial elective congress held by the Kanifing Municipality Regional Football Association, where Bakary Paco Dampha was re-elected president for…

[Daily Observer] The Gambia Football Federation has issued a statement clarifying its position on the controversial elective congress held by the Kanifing Municipality Regional Football Association, where Bakary Paco Dampha was re-elected president for the next four years.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Government Is Committed to Protecting Employment Rights – President Koroma

[Sierra Leone Government] My administration is committed to creating a friendly and conducive environment for workers and employers with an attractive environment for investment, President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma told a mammoth crowd of workers during Int…

[Sierra Leone Government] My administration is committed to creating a friendly and conducive environment for workers and employers with an attractive environment for investment, President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma told a mammoth crowd of workers during International Workers Day celebrations on Monday, 1st May 2017, at the forecourt of the Miatta Conference Center, Brookfields in Freetown.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

George Mitchell to visit UNE’s Tangier Global Forum To Present “Is Peace Possible in the Middle East?”

[allAfrica] Tangier, Morocco — The University of New England’s Tangier Global Forum will cap its spring lecture series with a visit from former U.S. Senator George J. Mitchell. A global luminary, who authored the agreement that brought peace to Northe…

[allAfrica] Tangier, Morocco -- The University of New England's Tangier Global Forum will cap its spring lecture series with a visit from former U.S. Senator George J. Mitchell. A global luminary, who authored the agreement that brought peace to Northern Ireland in 1998 and served as President Obama's special envoy to the Arab-Israeli peace process from 2009 to 2011, Mitchell will present a lecture titled "Is Peace Possible in the Middle East?"

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Energy Minister Says Government Will Appeal Nuclear Judgment

[GroundUp] New energy minister Mmamoloko Kubayi may appeal last week’s court judgement which found the government’s proposed nuclear expansion programme was unlawful. Kubayi told Pariament’s Energy Portfolio Committee today she was to meet her legal te…

[GroundUp] New energy minister Mmamoloko Kubayi may appeal last week's court judgement which found the government's proposed nuclear expansion programme was unlawful. Kubayi told Pariament's Energy Portfolio Committee today she was to meet her legal team to decide whether to appeal the ruling by the Western Cape High Court or to seek a declaratory order.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SA to Miss Digital Migration Deadline Again

[News24Wire] South Africa could once again miss the deadline for digital migration due to “supply chain management irregularities” and “collusion issues” parliament’s portfolio committee heard on Tuesday.

[News24Wire] South Africa could once again miss the deadline for digital migration due to "supply chain management irregularities" and "collusion issues" parliament's portfolio committee heard on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa