By Guest Contributor It was March when the Ministry of Education closed the doors of Liberia’s schools. Since then, students have been at home without the usual routine of classrooms, […]
By Mark N. Mengonfia Some Aggrieved Workers at the Liberian legislature have complained of what they called repeated and unending reduction in their monthly salaries.
By Mark N. Mengonfia A lawmaker from district number ten, Yekeh Kolubah has said he would not attend the gathering due to what he termed a speech of a corrupt […]
Rev. Torli Krua On October 1, 2019, frontpageafrica published an article captioned, “Liberia: Senate to Continue Debate for Pay Reduction During One Week Extended Session”. With no input from ordinary […]
The Swedish government has given support to the Liberian National after concluding three days training on sexual and gender based violence)SGBV) Prevention in the country.
The election coordinating committee is among other things calling for an amendment in article 37 of the Liberian constitution to the abolished the issue of by-elections.
In the midst of severe economic challenges and skyrocketing school fees, Mama Liberia and dozens of families mourn the death of 26 pupils and their teachers who fell to the […]
Quite frankly, for the past 18 months, the investment climate in Liberia has not been progressively and productively favorable, let alone responsively praiseworthy as many indicators have vividly portrayed; bleak […]
By Jean Pierr Gonani Africans were blessed by creation with rich soil and fertile lands that have provided them with beautiful and life-saving forests that has attracted the global markets […]
By Jean Pierr Gonani The departure of former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf which led to the ushering in of international soccer legend, George Weah in 2018, as Liberia’s 24th president, […]