More than 31,000 senior high students across the country will begin writing this year’s senior high school certificate examinations. The exams are administered each year for students in twelfth and ninth grades, by the West African Examination Council.
Liberia’s 103 legislative seats are occupied by only 12 women, which means only 11.7 percent of lawmakers are women – a figure that’s staggering in a country that celebrates electing Africa’s first female president.
With barely days to this year’s West African Examinations Council exams, ninth and twelfth grade students of the New Life Christian Academy have been hit with surprising news that they would not be candidates to the exams.
About 260 women in Paynesville have acquired empowerment in a life skills training program to improve their incomes and family livelihoods.
The National Elections Commission has issued the writs of elections to the 19 elections magistrates across the country. The process means that the magistrates now have the authority to hold the 2017 elections in the country’s 73 electoral districts.
Residents of Carver Community in ELWA are facing an alarming threat to their health posed by the filth from water sources they use for bathing, cooking, and other purposes.
Svend Einar Holsoe, a major contributor to research on Liberian history, culture, and its people, has been reported dead.
Two children found dead in the VOA Community on the Roberts field Monrovia Highway on December 3, 2015 will finally be laid to rest tomorrow despite dissatisfactions from family members over the circumstances surrounding their death.