The Ministry of Education has officially released the academic calendar for the entire 2020/2021 academic school year. It will run from December 1, 2020 to August 31, 2021.
President George Weah has approved US$1 million in payments to private school teachers who were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
President George Weah has extended an executive order suspending import tariffs on the types of agriculture products and equipment directly related to agriculture development.
Liberians based in the U.S. are continuing to call on the Liberian government to ease the burden for the thousands of unemployed beneficiaries of the Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act to file for their green card applications.
The Alternative National Congress’ Taa Wongbe has announced that he has signed a memorandum of understanding with the opposition Collaborating Political Parties in a bid to further his plans of attaining the group’s endorsement in his pursuit of Nimba’s senatorial seat in the 2020 election.
Three Liberian women have been listed among the 2020 Top 100 Most Influential African Women. Antoinette Sayeh, Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor, and former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf were rated and ranked in the field of Business Leadership, Governance, and CSO and Philanthropy, respectively, by Avance Media, a leading African public relations and rating firm.
The Ministry of Public Works has put out a notice requesting proposals for the construction of a 3.5 km road to Bali Island.
Born into an underprivileged family that survived on subsistence farming, Mariam Meiplay could not start school until the age of 10. However, despite her rough beginnings, she would go on to be the 26-year-old CEO of Mako’s Fruits, a newly opened juice and smoothie bar in Congo Town.