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Liberia, World Bank Sign US$30M Financing Deal

first_imgThe World Bank Group and the Liberian Government have penned two financing agreements extending US$30 million to the Government of Liberia to help with the country’s recovery program through the budget, amidst the Ebola outbreak.The money will also help support Liberia’s medium-term strategy to strengthen its transparency and accountability mechanisms, expand the economy, increase access to quality education and improve health services that are critical to fighting the current Ebola epidemic.The financing, which is also expected to support the Second Poverty Reduction Support Operation (PRSDPO II), includes a US$20 million International Development Association (IDA) credit and a US$10 million grant allocated from the World Bank Group’s IDA Crisis Response Window. The IDA is designed to help low-income [poorest] countries respond to exceptionally severe crises in a timely, transparent and predictable way. Speaking at the signing ceremony in the conference room of the Ministry of Finance &Development Planning (MFDP) in Monrovia on Thursday, November 20, World Bank Country Manager, Ms. Inguna Dobraja, said the Second Poverty Reduction Support Operation is the second in the programmatic series of four single trench operations to support the implementation of the government’s programs approved by the World Bank Board of Directors on November 12, 2014. She explained that although the original amount of this World Bank budget support operation to Liberia was US$10 million, the Bank realized the enormous economic challenges the Ebola outbreak has created on almost all government development programs and activities. “Therefore, the Bank decided to increase the amount of budget support to US$30 million, including US$10 million grand funding from a special IDA Response Window,” said Ms. Dobraja. “The World Bank is mobilizing nearly US$1 billion in financing for the three countries hardest hit by the Ebola crisis: US$518 million for emergency response and to help speed up the development of foreign health workers to affected countries. The funding is helping the three countries hardest hit by the epidemic to contain the spread of infections, help communities cope with the economic impact of the crisis and improve public health systems,” she added. “Of the US$518 million,” Ms. Dobraja said, “US$117 million is already disbursed to countries and implementing agencies, including US$52 million for Liberia.” The World Bank Country Manager pledged the Bank’s commitment to continuing its financial support to Liberia during and after the Ebola crisis.The Liberian economy has been hit hard by the Ebola epidemic and the related health crisis, significantly slowing down economic activities, declining investments in various sectors and increasing unemployment. “Our economy is struggling to adjust to the impact of the Ebola epidemic and this budgetary support provided by the World Bank Group is going to help us finance budget deficit and get the economy running,” said Finance Minister Amara M. Konneh. Minister Konneh disclosed that government and partners have re-adjusted the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP) downward for 2014, from 2.5 percent to 0.4 percent. With economic growth now in negative, Minister Konneh called for increased fiscal discipline in government and increased external budgetary support to finance the deficit. “Our economy is at crossroads. It now calls for strict adherence to fiscal discipline by public officials,” he said. Mr. Konneh, however, clarified that economic decline is not due to bad government policies, but the Ebola virus outbreak. “We appreciate the World Bank Group’s support to the worst Ebola-affected countries-Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone amidst the huge fiscal deficit, declining revenues and increased public spending caused by the Ebola outbreak,” he added. Konneh acknowledged the World Bank as the largest donor to the Government of Liberia during this Ebola epidemic.The nearly US$1 billion that the World Bank Group is mobilizing for countries hardest hit by the Ebola crisis, includes more than US$500 million for the emergency response and to help speed up the deployment of foreign health workers to the countries, and at least US$450 million from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, to enable trade, investment and employment in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.The US$10 million grant agreement signed on Thursday is part of the PRSDPO II part of previous pledges from the Bank Group for the emergency response to Ebola.The Ebola epidemic, centered in West Africa, has infected more than 13,000 people and killed nearly 5,000.The World Bank’s International Development Association (IDA), which was established in 1960, helps the world’s poorest countries by providing grants and low to zero-interest loans for projects and programs that boost economic growth, reduce poverty, and improve poor people’s lives.IDA is one of the largest sources of assistance for the world’s 77 poorest countries, 39 of which are in Africa. Resources from IDA bring positive change for 2.8 billion people living on less than US$2 a day. Since 1960, IDA has supported development work in 112 countries. Annual commitments have averaged about US$18 billion over the last three years, with about 50 percent going to Africa.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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The Jubilee “walkout” through neutral lens

first_img… visitor complains of poor seating arrangementsA public debate has erupted over the “walkout” executed by the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Parliamentary Opposition at the momentous 50th Independence Anniversary Flag Raising ceremony over the infamous unavailability of seats, and it appears that there were other special invitees who were greeted with the same catastrophe.According to a viral post on social media, the momentous night was marred with confusion as ushers were running around helter-skelter, trying to locate available seats to place special invited guests as they arrived for the ceremony.After experiencing over 20 minutes of this turmoil, the PPP/C Members of Parliament disappointedly left the celebrations, and some immediately took to social media to vent annoyance.Junior Education Minister Nicolette Henry in her public apology insinuated that the PPP/C Members ought to be blamed for the outcome of the situation, insisting that though other spectators were giving up their seats, the Opposition seemed firm in wanting to leave.While some social media users are arguing that the PPP/C behaved rather petty, others are asserting that the organisers must take responsibility for the calamitous seating arrangements.Weighing in on the trending deliberations, a Canadian-based Guyanese identified as Yolande Anne Gittens on Facebook, shared her perspective on what occurred during the ceremony.Gittens explained that she belonged to a party of nine with the exact VIP tickets however, Minister Henry, who took up the mantle to oversee the entrances, directed only four of the group to proceed up the stairs and then instructed an usher to escort the remainder to the bleachers.Gittens expressed that her colleagues were naturally confused, pointing out that the situation was only resolved following a confrontation.“Confused at our apparent relegation, we milled around unsure of how to proceed, but certain that we weren’t going to go where we were being herded off to like cattle. A standoff at the OK Corral was brewing. Thankfully, it was circumvented by the intervention of the Colonel. We re-joined the rest of our party, and settled in to witness a significant and historic moment in our beloved Guyana’s nationhood,” the post read.However, Gittens and company were completely dumbfounded over the choice of attire by those who were allowed to be seated in the “VIP area”.“Get-ups and they can only really be described as such, ranged from shorts, armless vests and sneakers to a backless fuchsia top with the entire back of a black and white polka dot bra fully exposed. We will not discuss the malodorous smells emitting from some of them. There were rubber slippers, and sneakers a plenty. There was a young man who appeared to be of unsound mind pacing back and forth. This was mentioned to an usher in order for her to get security, unfortunately this did not change anything,” she lamented.From there, Gittens reported that things went rapidly downhill with chaos reigning over the seating arrangements for other special invitees.“An usher came with the Vice Chancellor of the University of Guyana, and was worrying about where she was going to seat him. Eventually, he was seated in the area reserved for the Joint Services. What was even more appalling was the fact that no seating appeared to have been reserved for recipients of National Awards. One such person received a pass for her vehicle and was able to park in the stadium, but when she was ushered to the bleachers, there were no seats.She was forced to stand on the tarmac for the entire ceremony. Dr Vibert Cambridge, a recipient, also had no assigned seat. He was eventually given a seat meant for someone else,” she related in her observation.According to Gittens, the blooper of the night came when the Opposition Members were left standing among the crowd because there was no reserved seating—for the Opposition.“There is just no excuse whatsoever for that misstep. I’ve heard all sorts of explanations. Those range from the ridiculous to the sublime. Excuses included the Opposition wasn’t interested in the events; to it’s a learning curve (we had 50 years to get it right); to the minister was set up by a man (name given) who said that seats were reserved for the opposition; to clerks in her office illegally printed tickets. In this vein, reports are that 1500 tickets were distributed and there were only 500 seats. Excuses aside, as the person responsible for the event, don’t you personally ensure that for that section at least everything is as it should be? I hold no brief for the PPP, but the lack of seating is wholly unacceptable,” Gittens unreservedly expressed.She continued, “So too were former heads of the Guyana Defence Force randomly seated in different areas. When enquires were made of the ushers as to whether they had had a rehearsal, I was told no, there was only a briefing that morning. Further, we weren’t given any programmes on arrival, and when we enquired of an usher, we were blithely informed that there were only 30 for the government ministers. About 45 minutes later, programmes magically appeared.”The Guyanese who returned to take part in her homeland’s jubilee celebrations also said she was far from impressed at the performances that night.“Simply put, there was no wow factor or substance befitting such an occasion. The dancing children, as well as the military and police marching bands put their best feet forward. However, there was no imagination put into the programme. This was the perfect opportunity to showcase Guyana from then to now. So much more could’ve been done. I dare say that the Bishops’ High School culture day held earlier, had a more organised, entertaining, and better thought out show. So much more could’ve been done,” her post further stated.In closing, the disappointed spectator posited that the buck stops at Minister Henry, and in this regard, she said a sincere apology is warranted.last_img read more

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Masonic Craft “Must” Lead Liberia? It Is They Who First Must Answer,…

first_imgThe distinguished Liberian entrepreneur and politician, Benoni Urey, Chairman of the Lonestar Communications Corporation, made a pretty important speech on Masonry, unquestionably Liberia’s most powerful secret society.Addressing the St. John the Baptist Feast Day ceremony held at St. Thomas Episcopal Church last Thursday, he said the next President of Liberia “must” be a Mason. That remark sparked many critical comments not only in the Daily Observer’s online edition, but also on the talk shows on several Monrovia radio and TV stations. The comments were overwhelmingly negative. But on hearing these reactions to his address, Mr. Urey called the Daily Observer to deny that he had ever said such a thing. He said he had never called for Liberia to be led by a Mason come 2017.Many people, however, said they saw him utter those very words on television. Mr. Urey was kind enough to send us last Friday a copy of his 11-page address. Here is what he said beginning on page 10: “The New Liberia we envisage will and must be one with a Masonic Head.” He went on to outline the qualities of such a leader, qualities which, he insisted, “[meet] the Tenet of Free Masonry.” In closing, Urey said he looked forward to another “festive day of Craft Masonry when Monrovia will “see the President of Liberia perambulating (traveling on foot, walking-marching) with us on the streets of Monrovia. “Our dreams must come true, our goal we must achieve… The choice is ours.”Who, then, can deny that Benoni Urey wants the next President of Liberia to be a Free Mason? And having himself declared his candidacy for the presidency in 2017, which Mason would better suit that bill than the ambitious, influential and wealthy Benoni Urey who, within a few years hence, will most likely himself be elected Grand Master? We have often wondered what has Masonry done for Liberia? The most that people who have noticed know about them is what they did last Thursday: dressed up in expensive clothes, marched behind brass bands, assembled in the Temple to wine and dine and, because they are the elite of the elite, the cream of power in the society—the top lawyers, judges, politicians, business and professional people—they can easily influence a lot that is happening in Liberia. Benoni Urey said it: “The Masonic Craft over the years has played a significant role in the building and governance ofLiberia. Five of the nation’s Presidents have been grand masters of Masons.” Urey further recalled: “Many problems in government were settled at the Masonic Temple. Good governance decisions were made there. Bad decisions were challenged at the Temple.”There is, then, no question that the Masonic Craft has had an overweening influence on Liberian statecraft. Now come some critical questions:• What have the Masons ever done for the poor, weak, deprived and destitute in our society?• How come this first independent African Republic is, at 168, still at the bottom of the world’s economic development ladder?• How come the Judiciary, as it is even today, has been accused of corruption? This, more than anything else, frightened Albert Porte, the legendary constitutional analyst and pamphleteer who over the years warned that the judiciary is “the cement that holds together the national fabric. Weaken that cement and you weaken the national fabric”—and that and more was happening, leading to the 1980 coup and to the civil war. Have the Masons ever asked themselves what part they played—have they ever accepted any responsibility for what happened to Liberia? After all, they were in the lead. They came second after the True Whig Party; the church came third. That was the triumvirate that ruled Liberian for over a century—the TWP, the Masonic Craft, the church.• So how did Liberia, under their leadership, become a failed state? How did we, having been on the same economic level with Singapore and South Korea in 1960, remain consistently the odd man out in economic and political development? We submit that because the Masons admit that they were in Liberian society the Primus inter pares (first among equals), they should be the first to answer the question, what happened to Liberia?Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Spurs new stadium update: Abseiling ring installed as completion date draws nearer

first_img shining Tottenham have already shocked the public by announcing their new stadium will have a cheese room, an in-house bakery and a microbrewery, and the installation of the abseiling ring will have even more people stunned by the non-footballing features on show at the ground. ADVICE The abseil point is not too far away from the famous Golden Cockerel Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury RANKED Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars REVEALED huge blow Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade no dice REVEALED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade MONEY Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won The skywalk and abseil point were announced early during the development of the stadium, with a club statement reading: “The Tottenham Skywalk is a visitors attraction which will draw visitors to the stadium and Tottenham in addition to the traditional stadium tour.“It offers an alternative experience of a stadium, with an adrenaline funded climb to the apex of the roof, vertigo inducing walk across the polycarbonate roof and unique views of the goal line below concluded with a dramatic abseil to the podium below.” Tottenham’s new stadium is one step closer to opening with a new feature installed at the ground.Progress has been rapid over the past couple of months sorting out the finishing touches on the ‘Tottenham Hotspur Stadium’, with the pitch installed, goalposts put in place, and the iconic Golden Cockerel set on its perch on the south stand.And another small feature was installed earlier this week, with the abseiling ring set high on the outside of the ground. Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? REPLY 1 Latest Football News Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move BEST OF Photos of the Abseiling wheel being installed at new spurs stadium 🏟 pic.twitter.com/1Kob0DP1F6— TAS🔵⚪️ (@coys100) November 23, 2018You might ask: ‘just what is an abseiling ring?’ Well, it is exactly that, a ring to abseil from.Placed on the roof of the south stand, not too far away from the Golden Cockerel, is a platform for people to abseil down to the ground from, after enjoying the skywalk experience.last_img read more

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LIGHTS, CAMERAS BUT NO ACTION AT LYIT JUNCTION

first_imgThey were due to light up the lives of students attending the LYIT in Letterkenny.The LYIT campusBut new traffic lights planned to come into operation last Friday have suffered a few teething problems.The lights were due to compliment a new car park opposite the college campus on the Port Road. But it would appear that there have been difficulties getting the green, amber and red lights working in order.A spokesperson for Donegal County Council told Donegal Daily “There was a technical issue with the sequencing of the lights and this is currently being addressed. The lights have been turned off again as a safety precaution.”The lights have since been covered up with bright orange jackets – ready once again to be unveiled to the waiting students.  LIGHTS, CAMERAS BUT NO ACTION AT LYIT JUNCTION was last modified: September 18th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal County CouncilLYITtraffic lightslast_img read more

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Grandmother attacked man with crutch after snowball row

first_imgA grandmother attacked a young man with her crutch after a row over a snowball fight.Maria Sava appeared at Letterkenny District Court in Co Donegal today charged with assault Jordan Gibson. Garda Sinead McLaughlin heard how there had been a disturbance between a number of people at The Green, Convoy on December 8th, 2017.There had been an incident involving snowballs being thrown and Ms Sava came out of a house nearby.She began swinging her crutch about and struck Mr Gibson in the leg.When he began remonstrating with Ms Sava, aged 54, she then slapped him in the face.Mr Gibson said he did not receive hospital treatment but did have red marks on his leg and his face.Solicitor for Ms Sava, Mr Patsy Gallagher called the case ‘Grannygate’ saying matters escalated when they should not have.“She was swinging the crutch and she knows now that she should not have been. She reacted and it was unfortunate,” he said.A video taken on a phone of the assault was shown to Judge Kelly.The court heard that Ms Sava, from Glenfinn Street, Ballybofey, is on disability allowance and was using a crutch to walk into court.Judge Paul Kelly instructed Ms Sava to pay a witness in the case, Andrew Ponsonby €100 as he had travelled from Dundalk to give evidence.He then applied the probation act to Ms Sava in relation to the charge fo assault.Grandmother attacked man with crutch after snowball row was last modified: September 22nd, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:assaultconvoyCrutchFightMaria SavaSnowballlast_img read more

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Report: Warriors simmering over Kevin Durant’s snub of ‘dignified’ Stephen Curry

first_imgFor all Kevin Durant’s skills as a finisher, he apparently has no clue how to call it quits on a team.Three years ago he bolted the Oklahoma City Thunder, leaving bruised feelings in his wake. Now the Warriors know the feeling.The Athletic reported that Stephen Curry was flying from Shanghai to New York on Sunday to personally meet with Durant before Durant announced a decision on his professional future.We now throw it to Bill Simmons, who divulged details on his podcast. “The …last_img read more

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Frik du Preez: ultimate Springbok

first_imgFrik du Preez was named South Africa’s rugby player of the twentieth century by the country’s passionate fans of the game.When the Rugby Hall of Fame came into being in 1997, Frik du Preez and Danie Craven were the only South Africans to be voted into it. (Image: SA Rugby Mag)Brand South Africa ReporterFrik du Preez was named South Africa’s rugby player of the twentieth century by the country’s passionate fans of the game. Given that he retired from rugby in 1971, it was a significant expression of the esteem he continues to be held in. In many ways the vote extended beyond Du Preez’s performances on the field, also taking into account his charisma and influence on those around him.At a time when South African rugby was riven by provincial rivalry, the Northern Transvaal star was popular all the way from Pretoria to Cape Town – home of the Blue Bulls’ traditional rivals, Western Province – and at rugby grounds all around the world.Danie Craven’s tributeDoctor Danie Craven, one of the greatest players in Springbok history and for many years the man in charge of South African rugby, paid this tribute to Du Preez:“South African rugby is what it is, namely an inspiration for everyone in our country that is interested in the game, and a source of wonder for those people beyond our borders. One of the most important factors responsible for this is the fact that throughout the history of Springbok rugby there have been great players and great personalities. We are grateful for such people, thankful that they, like guides, have given us direction along our rugby road.“Among these greats is Frik du Preez. As long as rugby is played in our country, people who know Frik or knew him, or people who heard of him or read about him, will have a connection with him, and that will enrich our rugby just as Frik did on the playing fields.”Excellent all-round skillsDu Preez had excellent all-round skills, in fact, remarkable skills for a big man. Although he was not particularly tall, he was a tower of strength in the lineout. In addition, he had a fantastic turn of speed and fine running skills with ball in hand, as he showed in the try he scored against the British Lions in 1968.Peeling around the front of the lineout from his position in the middle of the two opposing lines, he snared the pass near the touchline and then took off for the try line as if propelled by a turbo booster. His hair bounced wildly as he raced for the line, and after a beautifully executed shimmy, he dived over to score a classic try from all of 40 metres out.Du Preez’s skills extended to kicking – punt, drop or place kick, Frik could do it.For many years he held the Springbok record, along with the brilliant loose-forward Jan Ellis, for the most test matches played for South Africa, with 38 appearances. This was long before the advent of the global village; teams played far fewer tests and there was no annual competition for southern hemisphere rugby teams.A Springbok for over 10 yearsA fairer reflection of Du Preez’s career at the top would be to note that he played in the green and gold for over 10 years, making his debut in January 1961 against England and playing his last match for the Boks in August 1971 against Australia. In total, he played in 87 games for South Africa, scoring 87 points.At a banquet to honour Du Preez as Rugby Player of the Century, former Springbok coach Andre Markgraaff told the assembled rugby lovers that it was a pity the Northern Transvaal stalwart could not play the game in the modern professional era: Du Preez, he said, would have shown people what humility was about.His standing in rugby is not limited to the South African stage. When the Rugby Hall of Fame came into being in 1997, Frik du Preez and Danie Craven were the only South Africans to be voted into it.Judge a man by the company he keeps: among the other players to enter the Hall that year were Gareth Edwards, Colin Meads, Hugo Porta, JPR Williams, Mike Gibson and Willie John McBride.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

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The President’s Award for active citizenship

first_imgAbout 100-150 people from different backgrounds took part in the “20th year of democracy” workshop, which was held at Merensky High School in Tzaneen, LimpopoThe President’s Award for Youth Empowerment helps young South Africans realise their potential through developing their self-esteem, to become active citizens involved in improving their communities.The workshop, themed “20th year of democracy – how can Award participants be involved in realising the National Development Plan through active citizenship?” was held at Merensky High School in Tzaneen, in Limpopo Province, and involved a face-to-face interactive question-and-answer session.It aimed to raise awareness of the National Development Plan among school pupils; promote volunteerism; inspire and guide young people to address their communities’ needs; and create a networking platform for youngsters from different backgrounds.Goitse Konopi, assistant researcher at the National Planning Commission, delivered the key note address on the NDP and answered questions from the participantsGoitse Konopi, assistant researcher at the National Planning Commission, and Peter Tsheole, from the Department of Economic Development and Environmental Affairs, were on hand to answer audience members’ questions.Konopi delivered the keynote address and outlined the National Development Plan (NDP), the broad aims of which are to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality by 2030. According to the plan, South Africa can realise these goals by “drawing on the energies of its people, growing an inclusive economy, building capabilities, enhancing the capacity of the state, and promoting leadership and partnerships throughout society”.Tsheole spoke about how implementing the NDP in line with caring for the environment is important.“As the youth you are accountable for the environment you want to live in,” he said.Martin Scholtz, chief executive officer for The President’s Award, said: “We are excited about giving the opportunity for young people in more rural parts of South Africa … to engage in discussion around active citizenship and its implications on the future development of this country.“We need more young people to be actively involved in their communities and in their own development. The framework of the award programme does this in a very tangible way.”Willie Stevens, deputy principal of Merensky High School in Tzaneen, welcomed everyone to the workshop (Images: Ray Maota)Willie Stevens, deputy principal at the school, welcomed attendees, saying: “You will be confronted with choices in life and some will be good while some will be bad but the choice of being part of the President’s Award is one of the good ones you have already made.”THE PRESIDENT’S AWARDThe President’s Award for Youth Empowerment celebrated 30 years of effective and sustained youth development in South Africa in 2013.There are currently more than 15 000 active participants drawn from schools, community youth groups, residential youth facilities and correctional centres in the organisation’s programme.The President’s Award encourages members to take up a new skill, participate in physical recreation, and embark on an “adventurous journey”.Palesa Matuludi, project manager for The President’s Award, said young people should leave the workshop understanding active citizenship, to help make South Africa a better place.The President’s Award for Youth Empowerment is open to all young South Africans aged 14 to 25, regardless of their financial status or background.last_img read more

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Wiwigs Women’s Long Wavy Wig Honey Blonde – Lovely but fake looking at head line

first_img The colour very blonde got told looks real tho :/ the front of the wig unfortunately looks fake as u c the net i just popped on a headband an all ok part from headband pushes it off a bit. Maybe this exact wig but with a fringe?. If so please wiwigs lemme no 🙂 . The colour very blonde got told looks real tho :/ the front of the wig unfortunately looks fake as u c the net i just popped on a headband an all ok part from headband pushes it off a bit. Maybe this exact wig but with a fringe?. If so please wiwigs lemme no 🙂 . Features of Women’s Long Wavy Wig Honey BlondeBrand New, with TagsColour Code: #22-613Material: Top Quality and No Flammable Kanekalon Synthetic Hair. Feel like real hair. 100% Originated from Japan. Best in Wigs.Head size: Adjustable size to fit head circumference approx. 20″-23″. Most head sizes are within this range. Customers can adjust the hook inside the wig to get the right size for you.Delivery: 1-3 WORKING DAYS from payment cleared. Please ignore the Amazon estimation (3-12 days) which is not accurate. Lovely and glamorous, only one thing no clips, but you can sew these on yourself. Lovely and glamorous, only one thing no clips, but you can sew these on yourself. Lovely will wear it all winter better than a hat and more glam. I recommended purchasing a k’yrissma lace front of you want a day to day natural look. Their very cheap only 38 including post and packaging and arrive in 3 days this wis is lovley but for the price utd not like it is i. The photo i men it’s lovely for a first wig and is good for costume looks?. Lovely but fake looking at head line. Very nice n long but u will have to wear a hat or hair band with it as u can tell it a wig i wear my hat with it n it look kind of real but not dare wearing it alone tho as it very fake looking at the head line hope this help anyone who thinking of buying one. Lovely will wear it all winter better than a hat and more glam. Stunning, good quality, awaiting for more of these too come in. Fabulous looking wig, lasted a lot longer than your average ‘synthetic’, but the compliments i recieved how ‘healthy’ my hair is (whilst wearing) gave me a big boost as nobody knew i had been hiding my alopecia for quite some time before i told my friends and family. I have looked everywhere for the same one, as last time o checked, this seller had none in stock, fan quality, kind to scalp,did not irritate my scalp(mostly bald) at all really. ?, gave me back my life, even if onlynon the occasions i wore it. I’m no drama-queen, plus i don’t review unless i’m ??? sure of any product i review. Please feel free to ask me whatever x. I recommended purchasing a k’yrissma lace front of you want a day to day natural look. Their very cheap only 38 including post and packaging and arrive in 3 days this wis is lovley but for the price utd not like it is i. The photo i men it’s lovely for a first wig and is good for costume looks?. Lovely but fake looking at head line. Very nice n long but u will have to wear a hat or hair band with it as u can tell it a wig i wear my hat with it n it look kind of real but not dare wearing it alone tho as it very fake looking at the head line hope this help anyone who thinking of buying one. Stunning, good quality, awaiting for more of these too come in. Fabulous looking wig, lasted a lot longer than your average ‘synthetic’, but the compliments i recieved how ‘healthy’ my hair is (whilst wearing) gave me a big boost as nobody knew i had been hiding my alopecia for quite some time before i told my friends and family. I have looked everywhere for the same one, as last time o checked, this seller had none in stock, fan quality, kind to scalp,did not irritate my scalp(mostly bald) at all really. ?, gave me back my life, even if onlynon the occasions i wore it. I’m no drama-queen, plus i don’t review unless i’m ??? sure of any product i review. Please feel free to ask me whatever x. Stunning, good quality, awaiting for more of these too come in!!Lovely but fake looking at head line SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2018-02-06 01:57:49Reviewed Item Women’s Long Wavy Wig Honey BlondeRating 3.1 / 5  stars, based on  7  reviewsPrice£18.99last_img read more

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