“Golden Opportunity” for Liberian MSMEs

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) will today launch the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) annual Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) conference at...

WAEC Head against WASSCE Cancellation

The head of the Monrovia office  of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), Dale G. Gbotoe, has criticized school administrators who are calling for...

MICAT to Re-Open National Museum Wednesday

Liberia's National Museum is scheduled to be reopened tomorrow, according to the Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism (MICAT). The museum is housed in...

Ellen Dedicates Japanese Funded US$584k Bridge in Cape Mt.

The  newly reconstructed 108 year-old Diah Bridge in Tewor District, Grand Cape Mount County was dedicated over the weekend by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf...

US$2.8M World Bank funded Fisheries Preservation Facilities Dedicated

President Sirleaf Underscores Sound Management Several officials of the West Africa Regional Fisheries Program funded by the World Bank led by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf...

Senate Pro-Tempore Heads to SDG Confab in South Korea

A two-person Liberian delegation headed by Senate Pro-Temp Armah Zolu Jallah leaves the country today for Incheon, Republic of Korea, to participate in the...

Former MRU Ambassador Joins Race for Speaker

The outgoing Resident Representative of the Mano River Union (MRU) in Liberia, who won the Montserrado County Electoral District #1 representative seat at the...

South Africans’ Hospitality Turns Xenophobic Stigma Around

The encounter in June 2014 when angry South Africans violently attacked other African nationals in major cities, including Johannesburg, remains fresh three years after...

Ellen Celebrates ‘Japan’s Love, Road Legacy’

Pre-dedicates Somalia Drive bridges President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has celebrated the Government and people of Japan for the ongoing reconstruction of the four-lane quality road,...

New EU Envoy Assures Continued Support to Liberia

The newly accredited European Union (EU) Ambassador to Liberia, Helene Cave, has assured the Senate Pro Tempore that the EU will continue to work...

LADA Improves Capacity of Vegetable Aggregators, Food Processors

By Judoemue Kollie and Simeon Wiakanty The Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity (LADA) recently made a donation of two generators worth US$21,100 to a vegetable aggregator...

CAC Wants Women Agriculture Project Extended

Maryland County Agriculture Coordinator (CAC), Jerome Karnweah, wants the UN Women funded agricultural project in Barobbo and Kalloway districts in the county extended. Karnweah made...

AFL Soldiers to Train Lifeguards

The Deputy Defense Minister for Operations, St. Jerome Lablalee, has assured authorities of Lifesaving-Liberia, Incorporated of his ministry's willingness to assign soldiers from the...

Charity Organization to Benefit Orphaned Liberian Children

By Jallah Amoson The founder and president of the Halsaylin Charity Organization located in the 72nd community of Paynesville, Cecelia D. Bestman, a Liberian based...

SEARCH, Partners against Making Rape Bailable Crime

Recommend livelihood component to empower parents of victims against compromising rape cases The Special Emergency Activity to Restore Children's Hope (SEARCH), a local non-governmental organization...

ICN Director Appeals for Support of Less Fortunate Children

By Chris F Pewu The Executive Program Director of the International Children Network (ICN) appealed to the Liberian government and stakeholders to prioritize less fortunate...

LEC Experiencing “Substantial Growth”

The deputy managing director for planning and generation at the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), Emmanuel Lawrence, has reaffirmed the corporation’s commitment to providing electricity...

Investigative Journalists End Conference in South Africa

By Joaquin Sendolo from Johannesburg, South Africa Amid reports of corruption, repressive governance and human rights abuses around the world, the manager of Global Investigative...

Liberian Youths Get Training in Bio-Sand Water Filtering

A local non-profit organization, Alternative to Violence (AV), on Monday, November 20, commenced on a five-day capacity-building training for several young people in Bio-Sand...

Ellen: ‘I’ll Retire Gracefully, Remain Active in Society’

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says cannot wait to see the end of the current electoral impasse and to see the runoff held so she...