Friday, April 24, 2015

LIberia Under 23 and Thomas Kojo Go Hunting

Liberia’s Olympic team, the Satellites, will be hoping to upset the Black Meteors as Ghana hosts both legs of the Caf Under-23 Championship tie, beginning on Sunday.
Liberia are emerging out of the Ebola pandemic but are not yet certified to host international games at home and so have secured an agreement to pick Ghana as their home venue for the Caf Under-23 Championship which could lead them to qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

South Africa's Violent History

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A baby skull is smashed while a man is burnt in South Africa by fellow blacks

It’s the photo that has shocked a nation: the stark image of a helpless Mozambican migrant pleading for his life as a gang of men brutally murdered him in a Johannesburg street in front of a silent audience of onlookers.
First the men stalked him along the street. Then one clubbed him with a wrench, while another stabbed him. The Mozambican fell bleeding to the ground and died minutes later, becoming the latest victim in a wave of anti-foreigner attacks sweeping across South Africa.

Friday, April 17, 2015

ANC Rejects Liberian Christian State Proposal


Alternative National Congress Press Release

A. Introduction
Please find below the ANC’S positions on the proposed amendments adopted by the recently concluded National Constitution Conference (Conference) in Gbarnga.
By way of background, the Constitution Reform Commission (CRC), whose members were appointed by the President and charged with the responsibility of overseeing a process that would lead to reforms to our Constitution, presented delegates at the Conference with 25 proposed amendments. The CRC claims that the proposed amendments were the result of consultations it had in all 73 legislative districts of Liberia and the Diaspora.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Liberia: Five Short Listed Coaches

By: Hawa Wesseh
Liberia FA and Musa Bility recently appointed new set of coaches for the Lone Stars. The appointment was met with dis-pleasures in certain quarters. Here also are five coaches that could turn the Liberian national team fortunes around. Africans FAs have a bias [these long years] for European coaches, sorry to disappoint you: There are two Nigerians on this list, one Ghanian, one American, and one South Korean. The prestigious Liberian Lone Stars position was not subject to application critics say, the coaches were randomly selected, therefore not subject to competitive bidding…oh well, here’s my list, in no particular pecking order.