GOL Deposits US$1m to Support Liberian Businesses

In fulfillment of President George Weah’s promise to ensure that Liberians do not remain spectators in their own economy, the Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Commerce and Industry Tuesday deposited an initial...

House Wants Mining Moratorium Lifted

Plenary session of the House of Representatives Tuesday mandated its leadership to meet with President George Weah with the view to removing the moratorium on mining activities in Nimba County. The decision followed...

Will Weah Prosecute Ellen? – As ExxonMobil ‘Bribe Takers’ Face Action

A presidential probe into Global Witness’ allegations of bribery and abuse of office has been concluded and President George Weah is examining the report for unspecified actions against individuals and institutions that may have...

W/Africa, EU Boost Cocoa Farming in Liberia

Solidaridad West Africa and the European Union have launched the Liberia Cocoa Sector Improvement Programme (LICSIP) on the campus of Cuttington University in Suakoko, Bong County. The event brought together over 400 smallholder cocoa...

Liberia Declares Health Emergency Over Lassa Fever Deaths

Liberia on Wednesday declared a health emergency following two confirmed deaths of Lassa fever in Margibi County. The two deaths occurred within one week, according to the Health Ministry The victims were a couple, aged 56...

Ellen Era Concession Deals Recalled

President George Weah Thursday recalled from the Senate five concession agreements of the Johnson Sirleaf administration to be reassessed as they are reported to be products of procedural and legal missteps. The recalled concessions include...

Weah’s US$536m Loan Secured

President George Weah has concluded a $536million United States dollar financing agreement with ETON Finance PTE Ltd. The loan deal has been submitted to the legislature for ratification. In a communication to legislators, the President...

‘Blind Critics’ CDC Chairman Replies opposition

Individuals and opposition politicians that are condemning policy actions of the ruling Coalition For Democratic Change-led government that has been in office for less than five months are “blind critics” who have refused to...

Commerce to Inspect Businesses for Price Control, Quality Goods

The Ministry of Commerce and industry says it will commence its regular quarterly inspections of all business establishment on Tuesday May...

‘Liberia’s Constitution Does not Permit Electoral Transparency’

The Election Coordinating Committee (ECC) has released its final technical observation reports declaring that the Liberia constitution is a heavy burden on electoral matters that sometimes questions the credibility and the works of the...