February 07



February 04

  • Liberia: Bility's Fate Hangs

    State Lawyers in a US$190,800 tax evasion trial involving the Chief Executive Office (CEO) of SRIMEX Enterprise Mr. Musa Bility have failed to Read more »



February 07



February 02

  • Liberia: 'Budget Under Pressure'

    Finance Minister Amara Konneh has provided to the House of Representatives, reasons and causes for a potential budget shortfall in the 2013/2014 national budget. Read more »



February 07

  • Liberia: LTA Accounts Ceased

    In the wake of a controversy surrounding what many refer to as "wasteful spending" on the lease agreement of the Liberia Telecommunication Read more »



February 05



February 04

  • Liberia: Rubber Farmers Claim Extortion

    Despite passing Executive Order #50 in April 2013, the Rubber Planters Association of Liberia (RPAL), an umbrella organization that protects and promotes the interest of the rubber... Read more »

  • Liberia: Police Renew Crackdown On Motorbikes

    Police in Monrovia have renewed a crackdown on motorcyclists bent on violating the restriction at the same time threatening to dispose of 100 motorcycles they impounded upon... Read more »

  • Liberia: Liberia, Malawi Sign Economic Pact

    At the end of a three-day State Visit to Malawi, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her host, President Joyce Banda, witnessed the signing of an Read more »

  • Liberia: Two Resign From LBS

    Two senior employees of the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) have resigned from the employ of the system citing bad working policy, bad labor practice and the alleged dormancy of... Read more »

  • Liberia: Ellen Under Fire

    An opposition politician has sharply reacted to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's recent State of the Nation Address, saying she has "miserable failed the Liberian people." Read more »



February 02

  • Liberia: Bad Roads Under Probe

    The House of Representatives Tuesday instructed its joint Committees on Public Works, Contract and Monopoly to investigate worsening road conditions across the country, as well as... Read more »

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