Weather Service Issues Warning Ahead of Approaching Cold Snap

[South African Weather Service] South Africans can expect a cold snap to affect most parts of the country from the middle of this week onwards. A steep upper-air trough, having the potential to cut off and further intensify, will result in significantl…

[South African Weather Service] South Africans can expect a cold snap to affect most parts of the country from the middle of this week onwards. A steep upper-air trough, having the potential to cut off and further intensify, will result in significantly cooler weather over most parts of the country on Wednesday into Thursday, with the expectation of snowfalls on some southern mountains.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Bad Road Hampering Plank Industry’

[Observer] The chair of the Light Brother Wood Incorporated in Paynesville, which is an association of plank dealers, has said that due to the bad road networks in the country, the local plank industry has suffered a serious setback in transporting the…

[Observer] The chair of the Light Brother Wood Incorporated in Paynesville, which is an association of plank dealers, has said that due to the bad road networks in the country, the local plank industry has suffered a serious setback in transporting the sawed timber to the market.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘It’s Time to Do Away With Godfathers in Anambra State Guber Politics’

[Guardian] As the governorship election is set to be conducted in Anambra State next Saturday, one of the candidates in the exercise, Osita Chidoka, presents his manifestoes with a warning that the electorate must put a stop to the destructive godfathe…

[Guardian] As the governorship election is set to be conducted in Anambra State next Saturday, one of the candidates in the exercise, Osita Chidoka, presents his manifestoes with a warning that the electorate must put a stop to the destructive godfather politics that the state is notorious for.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘Peace Remains Our Hero’

[Observer] The founder of the Rock Hill Community Youth Initiative, Patricia G. Sonah, says that despite the current state of the electoral process, Liberians should not forget that peace remains our hero. She said in spite of the Supreme Court’s stay …

[Observer] The founder of the Rock Hill Community Youth Initiative, Patricia G. Sonah, says that despite the current state of the electoral process, Liberians should not forget that peace remains our hero. She said in spite of the Supreme Court's stay order on electoral activities young people should understand that peace serves as a bell to ring in everyone's ears.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

AU, Ecowas Prevail On NEC, Politicians

[New Republic] The ongoing political imbroglio emanating from challenge to the outcome of the October 10 polls continues to claim the attention of Liberia’s partners and international bodies, some of whom have invested financial resources in the democr…

[New Republic] The ongoing political imbroglio emanating from challenge to the outcome of the October 10 polls continues to claim the attention of Liberia's partners and international bodies, some of whom have invested financial resources in the democratization of the country since the end of the civil war.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Avoid Undue Delay’

[NEWS] The African Union Liaison Office in Liberia (AULOL), Office of the ECOWAS Commission in Liberia and United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) has called for expeditious adjudication of the on-going election disputes at the National Elections Com…

[NEWS] The African Union Liaison Office in Liberia (AULOL), Office of the ECOWAS Commission in Liberia and United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) has called for expeditious adjudication of the on-going election disputes at the National Elections Commission (NEC.)

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia