World Bank Approves US$10M for ‘Social Safety’

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors has approved a new financing agreement of US$10 million International Development Association (IDA) credit agreement to provide...

Senators Enraged by Widespread “Illegal Logging”

Members of the Senate were outraged yesterday after a communication from River Cess County accusing logging companies of illegal logging there was read before...

PKF Takes Transfer Pricing Regulation to Clients

PwC Business School begins training over 50 CEOs and Managers  Panell Kerr Froster (PKF), a global network of legally independent firms providing quality accounting and...

PPCC Conducts Public Procurement Workshop for Public Officials

The Public Procurement and Concessions Commission (PPCC) says it will conduct of a six-day procurement compliance workshop to convey the importance of adherence to...

Minister Tweah Admits to Technical Capacity Gap Among Staff

The Minister of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) Samuel D. Tweah has admitted to the prevalence of technical gap among the staffs. Tweah made the...

CBL Confirms New UBA Boss

As part of its statutory mandate, the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) has finally approved the appointment of the new Managing Director and Chief...

2 Czech Nationals Ask LRA to Probe MHM-Eko Company

The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) has received requests for information concerning potential alleged secret tax fraud linked to the secretary of Senate, J. Nanborlor...

Gov’t Losing Thousands at Buutuo Port

The inaccessibility to Buutuo Port of Entry due to bad roads and damage to the ferry are causing the Liberian government huge losses in...

Bankers’ Assn. Honors Governor Jones

The Liberian Bankers Association (LBA) has honored the outgoing Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL), Dr. Joseph Mills Jones, for his...

500 Liberian Entrepreneurs Targeted for 2016 MSME Confab

The Minister of Commerce and Industry (MOCI), Axel M. Addy, has said over 500 Liberian entrepreneurs, including cross-section of concessions executives, local and international...

Rally Town Marketers Cry for Help

Marketers in the Rally Town Market on UN Drive in Monrovia yesterday complained about the deteriorating condition of the structure and the unhealthy environment...

Liberian Olympic Athlete Launches Tea Brand in US

United States-based Liberian Olympic athlete Andrew Reyes has launched his own business in the United States, designed to help promote healthy lifestyle. As an athlete...

Post and Telecom Minister Tours NAPAS Project

The Minister of Post and Telecommunication, Cllr. Cooper W. Kruah, has toured the National Postal Address System (NAPAS) project currently ongoing from the various...

LNP Vows to Restrict Entertainment Centers, Others If…

The Inspector General of Police, C. Clearance Massaquoi, has promised entertainment centers and other local businesses that the Liberia National Police will begin shortly...

Ebola Affects Bush Meat Sale in Bong

The outbreak of the Ebola virus disease (EVD), resulting into the prohibition of eating bush meat, particularly fruit bats, monkeys and chimpanzee; is affecting...

ArcelorMittal Train Kills Man in Nimba

A 31-year old man was on Tuesday, October 16 allegedly killed by an ArcelorMittal-Liberia (AML) locomotive in an area between Bondin and Duo towns...

LRA Hails Sweden’s Support, Seeks Technical Assistance

The Commissioner General of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Mrs. Elfrieda Stewart Tamba has applauded the contribution of the Swedish Government to the development...

Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Weah’s IMO Nomination

-Over Constitutional Violation claims Associate Justice Jamesetta Howard Wolokolie, the justice presiding in the Supreme Court’s chamber on yesterday temporarily blocked President George Weah from...

‘People Took Me for Fun; Today I Supply Local Markets with...

By Simeon S. Wiakanty An organic farmer who specializes in vegetables production in Mount Barclay, outside Monrovia, is encouraging Liberian youth to go back to...

LRA Tax Enforcement Turns Chaotic

Action by the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) to shut down a sand mining company on June 29 in Schefflin, Margibi County, for not complying...