The decision on the minimum wage for both public and private workers in Liberia will be brought to the plenary of the Senate within two weeks.
The Senate plenary on Tuesday April 28, voted to accept a request from its conference committee, currently meeting with colleagues at the Lower House, for a two week extension of its mandate to reconcile between two rates voted on as a threshold for the minimum wage.
APO (African Press Organization) the sole press release wire in Africa and the global leader in media relations relating to Africa, announced today that entry is now open for the 2015 APO Energy Media Awards (#APOEnergyMediaAward).
APO will offer transport, accommodation and perdiem for the first-place winner to attend the Africa Energy Forum held in Dubai from 8-11 June 2015, as well as one year of access to over 600 airport VIP lounges worldwide.
The outgoing president of the African Development Bank has said Africa must now begin to take initiative of its development and the future of its people. He said it is the responsibility of the continent’s leaders to make that happen as there is no need to depend on the outside world as it has been the status quo taking into consideration the continent’s natural endowment and potentials.
After a nine-month suspension due to the Ebola virus outbreak in Liberia last June, World Council of Credit Unions has revived their model credit union building project that aims to bank 40,000 Liberians previously without access to financial services.