• Liberian President Weah attends Paris peace forum

    Monday, November 11, 2019

    Liberian President Dr. George Manneh Weah is in France to attend the Paris Peace Forum which begins formally on Tuesday. President Weah is also expected to hold bilateral discussions with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on Monday. The meeting between the two leaders will take place on the back of a dinner at the l’Elysee […]

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  • Major African investment forum begins in South Africa

    Monday, November 11, 2019

    The 2019 Africa Investment Forum opened on Monday in Johannesburg, South Africa living up to its promise to move from commitment to action. A $500 million equity deal presented by the Africa Infrastructure Investment Fund last year, to speed up investments in agriculture, and a $175 million equity transaction from the Africa Guarantee Fund for […]

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  • Commonwealth ministers to remove barriers to justice

    Sunday, November 10, 2019

    Commonwealth law ministers have unanimously resolved to remove barriers to access to justice in their respective countries, and to deliver Sustainable Development Goal 16 on peace, justice and strong institutions by 2030. The biennial Commonwealth Law Ministers Meeting concluded on Thursday with a set of proposed actions to be taken at the national and Commonwealth […]

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  • Dangote Group, Togo sign $2 billion business deal

    Friday, November 8, 2019

    Dangote Industries and the Government of Togo have concluded an agreement to develop and transform Togolese phosphate into phosphate fertilizers for the West African sub-region in a bid to improve consumption of the product in Africa. With over two billion tonnes of phosphate reserves, Togo is one of the leading phosphate producers in Africa. By partnering […]

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  • Liberia: Sweden backs project that benefits youths

    Thursday, November 7, 2019

    Earlier this month, the Embassy of Sweden in Liberia joined the World Bank, the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE) and the Ministry of Youth and Sports on a week-long field visit to Bomi, Grand Cape Mount and Bong counties to visit beneficiaries of the Youth Opportunities Project (YOP). YOP is a Government of Liberia […]

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Jun
2

Inspiring young Africans in agri-food sector

Pan-African telecommunications, media and technology group, Econet, and global crop nutrition leader, Yara International ASA, on Thursday launch “Generation Africa”, a partnership initiative to inspire young African entrepreneurs to join the agri-food sector for its viable business opportunities. Generation Africa will reach thousands of young people through its “GoGettaz” competition, which will award US$100,000 in prize […]

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Jun
2

Norway supports Mozambican reconstruction

  ‘The cyclones Idai and Kenneth, which struck Mozambique in March and April, caused enormous devastation that will affect the country for a long time to come. The costs of reconstruction are expected to exceed $3 billion. Some two million people are affected, and the poverty rate is expected to increase considerably in the affected […]

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May
30

Liberia: Full text of President Weah’s speech to the nation

Fellow Liberians:  Four months ago, during my State of the Nation address, I reported to you that the state of the nation remains strong. This is still true today, as I deliver my second major national address in 2019.   I wish to speak today to you, fellow citizens, my brothers and my sisters, on […]

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May
28

Nordic-based African players at Women’s World Cup

Twelve Africans playing in the Swedish and Norwegian football leagues will be in action during the FIFA Women’s World Cup next month in France.   In the squad of the African champions, Nigeria to face Norway, South Korea and hosts, France in Group A are seven players from the Swedish premiership.   They are defenders […]

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May
27

Sweden: LSA honors mothers for important role in society

Mothers from different backgrounds were on Saturday honored by the Liberian Swedish Association (LSA) during a program held in Stockholm, the Swedish capital.   “LSA recognizes the steadfast dedication and support of all mothers to their families and those in need,” noted the association’s president David Ford.    While the Mothers’ Day program recognized the important […]

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May
27

German businesses to partner with Angola

The Germany Africa Business Forum (GABF) proudly endorses the Angola Oil & Gas Conference 2019, organized by Africa Oil & Power and taking place in Luanda, the Angolan capital, on June 4-6. This is one of the best platforms for German investment, cutting-edge technology and service providers to engage in Africa’s second-largest oil producing market. […]

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May
25

Mueller: Let election be start of a new day

Just after the 2014 senatorial elections in Liberia, Michael Geegbae Mueller, who unsuccessfully contested for a senate seat, issued the below statement, which is relevant today in the light of current political tensions in the country:   Despite the Ebola crisis, our mother country, Liberia has held successful elections and avoided a potentially catastrophic constitutional […]

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May
24

Sweden increases support to cyclone-hit Mozambique

Mozambique has been severely affected by natural disasters in recent years. Both widespread drought and cyclones have increased the population’s vulnerability. The material devastation has been particularly great. Sweden intends to provide support amounting to SEK 150 million (about $15.7m) to help rebuild the country. Minister for International Development Cooperation Peter Eriksson recently Wednesday to […]

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May
24

Sweden: Liberian association honors mothers on Saturday

The Liberian Swedish Association (LSA) will this Saturday host a pre-summer party to honor mothers from all backgrounds.   The program will be held at the Rågsveds Folket Hus in Stockholm, Sweden’s capital and will begin at 9 pm.   A group of mothers have been selected to be particularly honored on the day.   All […]

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May
22

US: Former Somali military commander guilty of torture

  A civil court jury in Virginia, the United States on Tuesday found Col. Yusuf Abdi Ali, aka Tukeh, responsible for the torture of semi-nomadic Somali herder Farhan Warfaa.   Col. Tukeh was a high-ranking military commander in Mohammed Siad Barre’s decades-long military dictatorship in Somalia.   The jury awarded Mr. Warfaa $500,000 in damages, […]

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