On Friday, June16, the Press Union of Liberia presented five awards during its annual award dinner for reports published in The Bush Chicken.
The big story
It is no secret that males dominate the formal sector of business in Liberia. Unsurprisingly, this carries over to women’s participation in the membership of business organizations like the Liberia Chamber of Commerce.
Many Liberian leaders would agree that for a poor country like ours, entrepreneurship is key to growing the economy, creating employment opportunities for the many unskilled young people and securing the fragile peace.
The 2017 CAF Champions League continues, with the clubs of Liberia’s two representatives, William Jebor and Anthony Laffor, restoring their hopes of reaching the quarterfinals of the competition.
Africa’s older generation has made its mark. It’s time for a new crop of youthful leaders to have a say in Africa’s future.
Early this month in the Ivory Coast, the LouiSimone Guirandou Gallery, located in the capital city of Abidjan, opened a new exhibition of Leslie Lumeh’s art along with the artworks of his Ivorian counterpart, artist Ange Méné.