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Monday, April 9th, 2018


Liberia, Ivory Coast Sign MoU For Power Supply

The Liberian and Ivorian Governments have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the supply of energy to Liberia through the West Africa Power Pool Project. Making the disclosure through mobile phone from Ivory Coast on a local radio talkshow on Thursday, Presidential Press Secretary Sam Mannah said the MoURead More

Labor Ministry Rules In Duraplast Case

Following weeks of deliberations in a case involving workers of Duraplast and Sethi Bothers, the Ministry of Labor has finally handed down its findings with a mandate for all parties involved to abide by the decision in the spirit of harmonious relationship in the work environment. It can be recalledRead More

Liberian Activist Wins International Award

The director of Liberia’s Global Justice and Research Project, Hassan Bility is the 2018 recipient of the Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA)’s Judith Lee Stronach Human Rights Award in honor of his courage and his heroic pursuit of justice for Liberia. Mr. Bility received the award at CJA’s 20thRead More

MUFFA Launches Mortgage Finance Program

The Mutual Fund For Africa (MUFFA) Liberia has launched a US$300,000.00 mortgage finance program intended to provide low-income vulnerable women with affordable housing units. According to the Manager of MUFFA Liberia, Naomi L. Yormie, the program is under the theme: “Victory over Poverty (VOP) walk” as the slogan suggests thatRead More

VP Taylor Recommits To Gender Equity

Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor has expressed her recommitment to gender equality and other emerging gender issues in the country. Vice President Howard Taylor made the promise when she paid an early morning working visit to congratulate Minister Williametta Saydee Tarr on her preferment and confirmation as Minister of Gender,Read More

President Weah Returns Home

Monrovia, Liberia – President George Manneh Weah and entourage have returned home after a four-day successful State visit to Ivory Coast and Ghana. Speaking to the press during his arrival at the Robert International Airport (RIA), President Weah termed the trip as “successful”, as major developmental issues were discussed. “WeRead More