Where Are They Now – Those Who Were Religiously Backing the ‘Code of Conduct’?

[Observer] The Liberian Senate, the President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who in the first place sent the Code of Conduct to them, the National Elections Commission (NEC) and the Supreme Court of Liberia, the majority three of whom rendered the …

[Observer] The Liberian Senate, the President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who in the first place sent the Code of Conduct to them, the National Elections Commission (NEC) and the Supreme Court of Liberia, the majority three of whom rendered the Code "constitutional"--these are they who went against common sense and tried to ram the so-called Code of Conduct down Liberians' throats.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Poverty Doctor’ Others Earn Golden Image Award

[Observer] Dr. J. Mills Jones, identified as ‘poverty doctor’ across the country for the implementation of the financial inclusion policy at the Central Bank of Liberia, was among several local and international distinguished personalities honored at t…

[Observer] Dr. J. Mills Jones, identified as 'poverty doctor' across the country for the implementation of the financial inclusion policy at the Central Bank of Liberia, was among several local and international distinguished personalities honored at the 7th Golden Image Awards.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberian Stephen Kolison, Jr. Appointed Executive VP and Provost At UL

[Observer] A native of Liberia, Stephen Kolison, Jr., Ph.D., a distinguished higher education executive, scholar and researcher, has been appointed Executive Vice President and Provost of the University of Indianapolis. Kolison’s appointment follows an…

[Observer] A native of Liberia, Stephen Kolison, Jr., Ph.D., a distinguished higher education executive, scholar and researcher, has been appointed Executive Vice President and Provost of the University of Indianapolis. Kolison's appointment follows an extensive national search and comes at a time during a strong trajectory of growth and expansion for the University.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

CNFA-Liberia and Partners Support Commercialization of Local Rice

[Observer] International NGO Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture-Liberia (CNFA-Liberia) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture are working to build the capacity of rice proc…

[Observer] International NGO Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture-Liberia (CNFA-Liberia) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture are working to build the capacity of rice processors to commercialize locally produced rice in the country. Recently, CNFA-Liberia and its partners trained 32 rice processors chosen from Lofa, Grand Bassa, Bomi, Montserrado and Grand Cape Mount counties in business management skills. The trainings were conducted in

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Saints Women Suffer Shock Defeat

[Namibian] WINDHOEK Old Boys (WOB) and Saints continued to set the pace in the Men’s Premier League while Saints suffered a shock defeat in the Women’s Premier League in Bank Windhoek Field Hockey action over the weekend.

[Namibian] WINDHOEK Old Boys (WOB) and Saints continued to set the pace in the Men's Premier League while Saints suffered a shock defeat in the Women's Premier League in Bank Windhoek Field Hockey action over the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Acie Lumumba, State Discord Continues

[The Herald] Former Zanu-PF activist William Mutumanje, popularly known as Acie Lumumba, yesterday refused to reinstate his application at the Constitutional Court on charges of insulting President Mugabe.

[The Herald] Former Zanu-PF activist William Mutumanje, popularly known as Acie Lumumba, yesterday refused to reinstate his application at the Constitutional Court on charges of insulting President Mugabe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Don’t Pay Bribes to Zimra – Kuzvinzwa

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says it desperately needs partnership with other stakeholders to fight rampant smuggling and corruption at the ports of entry and along the country’s borders, an official said.

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says it desperately needs partnership with other stakeholders to fight rampant smuggling and corruption at the ports of entry and along the country's borders, an official said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Supreme Court Starts Grilling Woyome

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Supreme Court, presided over by Justice Anthony A. Benin, has asked counsel for an Accra based businessman, Alfred Woyome to furnish the court with the House number and the location of the house where his client is staying.

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Supreme Court, presided over by Justice Anthony A. Benin, has asked counsel for an Accra based businessman, Alfred Woyome to furnish the court with the House number and the location of the house where his client is staying.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

NSS Personnel Advised to Remain Calm

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Executive Director of National Service Scheme (NSS), Mustapha Ussif has advised all service personnel not to rush to the registration centres, as the Secretariat is using a whole month for the registration process of all person…

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Executive Director of National Service Scheme (NSS), Mustapha Ussif has advised all service personnel not to rush to the registration centres, as the Secretariat is using a whole month for the registration process of all personnel.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana