• “Climate Change Threatens Human Development”
    …Expert Says At Nationally Determined Contributions Regional Revision Workshop The Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia (EPA) and her partners including the European Union (EU), United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and NDC Partnership through Conservation International (CI) are making tremendous gains with the revision of the country’s Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC), which hinges on how the … Read more
  • Liberians Want Strong Drugs Law
    -Call For Collective Efforts In Saving The Current and Future Generations By Reuben Sei Waylaun Participants at a one day stakeholder consultation on an Act to amend Chapter 14 of the New Penal Law of Liberia, titled "Offense involving danger to the person" by adding to subchapter (E) under title "Controlled drug and substances Act … Read more
  • “Diabolical, Unfounded”
    -Amb. Kemayah Refutes Sexual Harassment Allegations By Reuben Sei Waylaun Foreign Minister-Designate, Ambassador Dee-Maxwell SaahKemayah has refuted sexual harassment allegations against him. Speaking Friday September 25, 2020 when he appeared for the second time for his confirmation hearing, the former Liberia’ s Permanent Representative Plenipotentiary to the United Nations described the allegations against him as … Read more
  • UBA Group Chair Tony Elumelu Makes Times 100 Annual Listing For 2020
    Tony Elumelu, Chairman for United Bank for Africa Group has been named in the 2020 TIME100, the annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Mr. Elumelu who also is the founder of Heirs Holdings and the Tony Elumelu Foundation, has successfully positioned himself through his many entrepreneurial and philanthropic undertakings as a … Read more
  • “Census Impacts Service Delivery at Grassroots Level”
    – President Weah Says as He Launches NPHC 2021 The President of the Republic, Dr. George Manneh Weah, has underscored the importance of national census, stressing that it directly impacts socioeconomic service delivery for citizens at the grassroots level. Launching the National Population and Housing Census (NPHC) 2021 at the Ministerial Complex today, September 25, … Read more
  • RAL President Pleads With ALJA
    -Seeks Training Opportunity For Liberian Reporters RAL President, Cecelia Gilklay Clarke speaking at the just ended ALJA’s virtual convention at the YMCA By Mark N. Mengonfia- mmenginfia@gmail.com Reporters Association of Liberia (RAL) President, Cecelia G. Clarke has sent out a passionate plead to the leadership of the Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA) … Read more
  • “Voters Trucking Is Unpatriotic, Undemocratic”
    -Permanent Margibi District one Citizen Asserts George Paye and the kickball teams at the Banana Bush Community in Margibi County  Since the National Elections Commission announced the process of voters Roll Update in Liberia, news about voters trucking has broken from different quarters of Liberia this, a permanent resident of Margibi County describes such actions … Read more
  • LMC Holds Forest Governance Forum For Editors
    The Liberia Media Center (LMC) with support from the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) through the Multi-Stakeholders Forest Governance Project (MFGAP) has concluded a one-day editors’ forum to build a leading network of editors from the print and electronic news organizations throughout Liberia. The editors’ forum, which was held last Friday, September 18, 2020, … Read more
  • Liberian Professionals For Development Launches Research To Enhance National Growth
    By R. Joyclyn Wea:j.wea@newrepublicliberia.com The Liberian Professionals for Development (LPfD), an independent not-for-profit think tank has been officially launched in Liberia with focus to engage into research activities particularly economic research. Liberian professionals for development is an independent not for profit think tank with no political affiliation; established with the primary purpose of organizing professional … Read more
  • The difference between the corruption before 1980 and after.
    Before 1980 members of the True Whig Party and its leadership were educated men and women who used the economy to enrich themselves. They were mostly smart and industrious to use their levers of power to give themselves advantages in the economy. They had shares in concessions. They took prime land in the rubber belt … Read more