Carter Center Deploys Pre-Election Assessment Team

[NEWS] The Carter Center will deploy a limited mission of international electoral experts to Liberia to assess the voter registration process and the pre-election environment in advance of general elections anticipated in October 2017.

[NEWS] The Carter Center will deploy a limited mission of international electoral experts to Liberia to assess the voter registration process and the pre-election environment in advance of general elections anticipated in October 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Leprosy Center Seeks Subsidy

[NEWS] Over 150 patients admitted at the Ganta Leprosy and TB Rehabilitation Center in Nimba County, are appealing to the Government of Liberia to provide subsidy to the center.

[NEWS] Over 150 patients admitted at the Ganta Leprosy and TB Rehabilitation Center in Nimba County, are appealing to the Government of Liberia to provide subsidy to the center.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LRA Explains Depreciation of Local Currency

[NEWS] The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Commissioner General Elfrieda Stewart-Tamba has blamed the depreciation of the Liberian dollar against the US dollar on several factors.

[NEWS] The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Commissioner General Elfrieda Stewart-Tamba has blamed the depreciation of the Liberian dollar against the US dollar on several factors.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Bloody Fist Fight At VR Center

[NEWS] Violence erupted recently at the 72nd Military Barrack’s Public School Voter Registration Center in Paynesville when the center’s supervisor and a registrant engaged in a bloody fist fight.

[NEWS] Violence erupted recently at the 72nd Military Barrack's Public School Voter Registration Center in Paynesville when the center's supervisor and a registrant engaged in a bloody fist fight.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Lofa By-Election Today

[NEWS] Eligible voters in Lofa County District # 1 are expected to go to the polls today, February 28, 2017, to elect a new representative to fill the vacancy created by the death of Rep. Eugene Fallah Kparkar.

[NEWS] Eligible voters in Lofa County District # 1 are expected to go to the polls today, February 28, 2017, to elect a new representative to fill the vacancy created by the death of Rep. Eugene Fallah Kparkar.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Police Chief Talks Tough

[NEWS] Police Inspector General Gregory Coleman says reports of alleged police improprieties emanating from the public against traffic officers are worrisome.

[NEWS] Police Inspector General Gregory Coleman says reports of alleged police improprieties emanating from the public against traffic officers are worrisome.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

MOH to Embark On Water Inspection

[NEWS] In the midst of the huge proliferation of Mineral Water Companies, the Ministries of Health, Commerce and Industries, Public Works and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are soon to embark on a vigorous inspection campaign.

[NEWS] In the midst of the huge proliferation of Mineral Water Companies, the Ministries of Health, Commerce and Industries, Public Works and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are soon to embark on a vigorous inspection campaign.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

China Provides U.S.$3 Million Military Aid

[NEWS] In another effort to contribute towards the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) civil-military initiatives, the Ministry of National Defense of the Peoples’ Republic of China (PRC) has provided military assistance in the tone of US$3 million to Liberi…

[NEWS] In another effort to contribute towards the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) civil-military initiatives, the Ministry of National Defense of the Peoples' Republic of China (PRC) has provided military assistance in the tone of US$3 million to Liberia's Ministry of National Defense (MoD).

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

SARS Wars – Tom Moyane’s Multiple Storms

[Daily Maverick] On Friday, SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane called a last-minute press conference after a hot batch of acrimonious letters between himself and Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan were leaked to the Mail & Guardian. Moyane was hoping to defend his dignity and increasingly tarnished status as the head of the country’s most crucial economic cog, the revenue collection service. And while technocrats tried to explain away a R30.4-billion shortfall flagged by Gordhan in his Budget speech, Moyane sunk a little dee

[Daily Maverick] On Friday, SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane called a last-minute press conference after a hot batch of acrimonious letters between himself and Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan were leaked to the Mail & Guardian. Moyane was hoping to defend his dignity and increasingly tarnished status as the head of the country's most crucial economic cog, the revenue collection service. And while technocrats tried to explain away a R30.4-billion shortfall flagged by Gordhan in his Budget speech, Moyane sunk a little dee

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa