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African Star Acknowledges Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister, Other Influential Liberian Female Leaders

Thursday, 02 July 2020 08:21 Written by

In the process of rebuilding the one time wartime hot-zone, where many Liberians are still finding the pieces of the Civil war that engulfed the country into violence lasting for over a decade, a handful of influential females on the other hand have twisted the cultural and historical beliefs of mono-genderism leadership on the African Continent.


Tuesday, 09 June 2020 09:17 Written by

First of all, what is the Bible's stand on racism? Did God ever repudiate racism? What breeds racism? For all of our scholars both spiritual and non- spiritual- has it crossed your minds that we are dealing with something that is rooted in the spirit? Racism begins with jealousy that turns into hatred.

A Virus Without Borders: “Is Africa Fully Prepared to Embrace the Fight against the Pandemic of the 21st Century?”

Friday, 24 April 2020 07:09 Written by

The Coronavirus commonly known as COVID-19 has waged a war without mercy and without borders. It has left mankind asking: where is the world heading?

Ellen Step-down vs. Weah Step-down, a Lack of Sustained Economic Alternatives for Liberia - My Perspective

Friday, 20 December 2019 14:50 Written by

I have argued that in Sub- Sahara Africa most demonstrations, protests, and mass citizens’ actions are deeply attributed to rant seeking, political corruption, marginalization, mismanagement, malfeasances, pronounced deprivation of wellbeing, and unequal distribution of resources on the part of the political leaderships of the continent. These several of menaces have harnessed and continue to midwife civil conflicts in most part of Africa. Here I would build a comparative analysis between Liberia and Rwanda given the conspicuous similarities of both countries’ gloomy historical past. 

Why CBL Is Incurring Operational Loses - Executive Governor-Designate Explains

Tuesday, 10 December 2019 06:01 Written by

Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) Executive Governor-Designate, Mr. Jolue Aloysius Tarlue, has explained that the CBL is currently incurring operational losses due to what he referred to as various inefficiencies, including a "bloated workforce" which the budget cannot sustain.

During the Next Licensing Rounds 2020: Gov’t Identifies Offshore Blocks to Be Tendered

Monday, 09 December 2019 05:11 Written by

The Government of Liberia(GoL), through the Liberia Petroleum Regulatory Authority (LPRA), has announced blocks to be offered during the next licensing round. Following an unsuccessful ratification of negotiated petroleum sharing contracts (PSCs) in 2014 climaxing the last bid round, the Government of Liberia made a shrewd and progressive decision, through a robust reform process, to provide efficient institutional governance system, maximize revenue from potential petroleum resources, and promote Liberia citizens’ participation.

Chinese Doctor Promises Better Health Delivery

Monday, 05 August 2019 21:38 Written by

The Director of the Angel Medical Care Clinic has vowed to provide a more and efficient health delivery system in the country.

Vahun Road Finally Cut Off, Making Living Conditions More Unbearable For The Inhabitants

Thursday, 04 July 2019 08:28 Written by

The story of Vahun in Lofa County cannot be told without mentioning its critical road condition as of the day of its establishment-making it independent of Kolahun District.