Students Confused Over School Opening Dates

While students were excited yesterday to return to school, the turnout at some of the campuses remained poor due to what some of the...

LACC Vows to Expose Corruption at BIN

The Chairman of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), Cllr. James Verdier has warned that the commission would not give up investigating acts of corruption...

For Illegally Purchasing Liberia’s PUP Danish Giant Timber Company, DLH, Barred

Dalhoff Larsen and Homeman (DLH), a Danish timber giant once accused of buying conflict timber during Liberia’s civil war has been barred by the...

‘Dangerous Precedent’

The ruling Unity Party (UP) has termed the Supreme Court’s action in recent electoral disputes involving two of its senators- elect as a “dangerous...

Lebanese Sues GOL for US$10.7m Debt for Vehicles

Lawyers representing Lebanese businessman, George E. Haddad, seeking US$10.7M debt lawsuit against the Liberian Government, yesterday left the Commercial Court disappointed, after state lawyers...

Public Schools Remain Closed In Bong County

Despite the Ministry of Education’s pronouncement for the reopening of schools across the country on February 16, most public schools in Bong County are...

“Economic Recovery Will Be Difficult” If…

The Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia, Dr. J. Mills Jones, has called on banking institutions operating in the country to play...

UBA Wins Humanitarian Bank 2014

The United Bank for Africa (UBA) Liberia Limited has been named as the “Humanitarian Bank of the year 2014” for the role it continues...

U.S. to Invest U$33b in Africa

United States Secretary of State, John Kerry says President Barack Obama is committed to the outcome of the 2014 US-Africa Leaders’ Summit to invest...

Gambia: Freedom of Expression Is Forbidden Here

AnalysisThe Gambia, ruled for the last 20 years by an eratic and brutal tyrant, is one of the worst places on earth to work...