Online food delivery website cookshop.biz officially began collecting online payments via VISA and MasterCard credit and debit cards today.
There are several online sites that are useful to Liberians but these five websites provide key solutions to pressing problems in the nation. Some are little known while others have already gathered popularity.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her counterparts from English speaking ECOWAS countries traveled to the Gambia on Tuesday to urge President Yahya Jammeh to step down from power following his defeat in the recent election.
In a recent interview with The Bush Chicken, police spokesperson Sam Collins said the police were considering imposing restrictions on a new class of vehicles being imported into Liberia, subcompact vehicles.
One of Liberia’s up-and-coming poets, Lekpele M. Nyamalon, burst to the international stage in 2015 when his poem, “Forgotten Future,” was selected as the winning poem for the Young People Today World Poetry Day competition.
In 2006, Sudanese billionaire Mo Ibrahim launched his Ibrahim Index of African Governance to measure and monitor performance across the continent. This year, the tenth iteration of the index was launched, providing a decade’s worth of data on African countries.
Information provided by telecommunications firms and their customers revealed that last week, Lonestar’s network was hit in attacks causing internet outages, although reports that hackers took down the entire country’s internet appear to have been overblown.
There has been a lot of buzz about Liberia’s so-called Affirmative Action bill. Organizations like UN Women have been touting the bill as “a step in the right direction towards guaranteeing the participation of women.”