Gardnesville-based first division team LISCR FC has become the first team to play in the third round and reach the semifinals of the 2016-17 Liberia Football Association Cup.
Ahead of the end of the first year of its Partnership Schools for Liberia, the Ministry of Education has announced the final allocations of schools for the second year of the program, also known as PSL.
Barely a week after stakeholders discussed the need to establish legislations to better regulate food in Liberia, draft bills have been prepared and validated.
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.
The 18th round of matches in the ongoing Liberia Football Association’s first division will take place this weekend with some exciting matches across Monsterrado as teams will be hoping to keep alive their hopes of the championship, while some others will aim for a win to continue their fight from the relegation zone.
After months of search following the retirement of Emmett Dennis, the Board of Trustees of the University of Liberia has endorsed Ophelia Weeks as the university’s new president.
Prince Y. Johnson, standard bearer of the Movement for Democracy and Reconciliation, says he prefers a coalition with Unity Party’s Joseph N. Boakai over Benoni Urey of the All Liberian Party.
Ahead of political campaigning next month for the October elections, a resurgence of the Congo-native divide is taking a major stage as a trending issue in the elections.