At 60: The European Union Reaffirms Commitment to Global Peace and...

By Ambassador Tiina Intelmann, European Union Delegation to Liberia On 25th March the European Union will mark 60 years since the signature of the Rome...

Moving LIBA from Politics to Serious Business

Ever since the recent revitalization of the Liberia Business Association (LIBA), it has made remarkable progress, especially in expanding its outreach and membership throughout...

On Side: Hello EPA, Where Are You?

By J. Karbar Liberians are quick to forget, and our temporal newspapers, radio stations and other news media are no exception. They tend to forget...

Who Are They Determined that Liberia Will Forever Remain a Village?

A 70-year old woman recently returned from a 10-day vacation in Ghana and was shocked to see ramshackle (rundown) buses ferrying passengers from the...

Onside: The Drivers’ Union of Liberia

By J. Karbar The Federation of Road Transport Union of Liberia (FRTUL) and its lesser known offshoot, the Genuine Transport Union of Liberia (G-TUL), have...

Where There Is Rule of Law

By J. Karbar The forces of law and order are fast becoming the satraps of law and order. Where there is rule of law, every...

Jesus, the Woman at the Well and Liberia’s Code of Conduct

Last Sunday, March 19, was the third Sunday in Lent on both the Roman Catholic and Episcopal Church calendars. The first and second lessons...

The Struggle Continues!

By: Lekpele M. Nyamalon The Phrase ‘Aluta Continua’ was the rallying cry of the FRELIMO movement during Mozambique’s war for independence. It was used popularly by the nation’s first...

Let Us All Rally to Save the Southeast!

A concerned and visionary non-governmental organization (NGO), Bridge Rural Communities for Trade (BRCT), has raised a renewed alarm about the terrible road conditions in...

LIBERIA SEARCHES FOR A NEW LEADER

By Counselor Frances Johnson Allison Once again Liberians are poised to go to the polls to elect a new leader (president) for a term of...