Remembering a Historic Day - the First Woman Is Elected to Lead an African Country [opinion]
This is Africa
Today we remember a historic day when Ellen Johnson Sirleaf became the first woman in African to be elected president, voted to lead her country Liberia in 2006. Read more »
Cabinet Halts Sale of Government Vehicles
The Cabinet has received updates on priority development projects across the country, while mandating with immediate effect, an end to further sale of government-owned scraped… Read more »
Police IG Warns Public Against Hate Speech
Police Inspector General Gregory Coleman has warned Liberians who are constantly involved in broadcasting hate speech over electronic media, especially on social network sites, to… Read more »
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has termed as 'clear stupidity' rumors that she has a hospital in South Africa. Read more »
'Henry Costa Lied'
A claim by Henry Costa that his vehicle was attacked by fire arm has been disproved by forensic investigators of the Liberia National Police (LNP) and United Nations Mission in… Read more »
Israel Akinsanya Resigns From Opposition Liberty Party
Mr. Israel Akinsanya, a staunch member of the opposition Liberty Party (LP), has tendered in his resignation from that party. Read more »
2.1 Million Voters Unrealistic - Ex-NEC Official Claims
An ex-official of the National Elections Commission (NEC) who recently called for the resignation of the chairman for 'incompetence' has declared that the 2.1 million of the… Read more »
CDC Confronts Critics of U.S.
Main opposition Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) says those criticizing the American Government for calling for the holding of presidential run-off while alleged electoral… Read more »
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 may retire. In a conversation with LBS director… Read more »
All Is Well That Ends Well [editorial]
"O, then, give pity to her, whose state is such that cannot choose but lend and give where she is sure to lose; that seeks not to find that her search implies, but riddle-like… Read more »
59 Procurement Officers Undergo CIPS Level-4 Training
The Country Director of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Liberia Dr. Pa Lamin Beyai says the training of mass procurement staff in Liberia is critical to the… Read more »
'Let Peace Reign'
Liberia's Cultural Ambassador Juli Endee has expressed the need for peace to reign across the country. Read more »
'A Real Patriot in the Diaspora'
The Liberian Ambassador to Nigeria, Professor Al-Hassan Conteh has described the late Professor Yvonne Kandakai-Olukemi as a real Liberian patriot in the Diaspora. Read more »
Ministry of Commerce to Hold Small, Medium Enterprise Conference in Monrovia
In spite of the ongoing political stalemate, which is having its tolled on the Liberian economy, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) is set to host its annual Micro, Small… Read more »
House Passes Another Loan Deal for Gbarnga-Salayea Road
In its first post-election session, members of the House of Representatives have ratified a financing agreement in the amount of five million Kuwaiti Dinars (K.D. 5,000,000),… Read more »