Liberia, Others losing out on Property Revenue

Africa’s rapid growth and urbanization will require stable local governments to deliver goods and services to billions of people, and the continent can look to an underutilized source of revenue, the property tax, write...

Spending Boost EU Injects $11million into Liberia’s Budget

The Government of Liberia has received a grant of $11.2 million from the European Union (EU). The EU disbursed the money directly into the treasury account of the Government to support the country’s budget. This...

Elections Stalled- ‘Unlawful’ NEC Must Probe Fraud complaint First

Runoff presidential election scheduled for today November 7, between the Coalition for Democratic Change’s George Weah and Vice president Joseph Boakai of the ruling Unity Party will not take place until the National Elections...

President Off To UN General Assembly

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf attends an Arab and African leaders summit meeting in Kuwait city on November 19, 2013. The summit aims at reviewing steps to promote economic ties between wealthy Gulf states...

Money Wrappers Brumskine-Karnwea US$1.4million Fishy Deal Faces Senate Probe

The Liberian Senate is investigating the payment of US$1.4million social security fund to a company with link to the leader and deputy leader of the opposition Liberty Party. Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine and his running...

CBL Sets New Capital Requirements For Insurance Companies

The Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) has stated that the ongoing implementation of the capital requirements for all licensed insurance companies operating in Liberia remains on course in line with the CBL regulation issued...

What’s In Boakai’s 150 Days Plan

Vice President Joseph Boakai has unveiled to voters his first 150 days deliverables, which include a 100% homegrown wood factory and bring to stoppage the deplorable and impassible road situation mainly in the Southeast...

US$6.4million For Elections; Security

In an effort to provide adequate security services during these elections, the Government of Liberia is to pay US$6.4million to the country’s joint security known as the ‘National Elections Security Taskforce...

Still In Charge

President George Weah has admitted to former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s influencing role in his government as speculated and predicted by political opponents and analysts during the 2017 elections. The ex president’s loyalists are controlling...

Who’s Winning?

In few hours President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s successor will be know following Tuesday low turn out presidential runoff election. The Vote previously scheduled for November 7, this year was delayed due to legal challenge from...