Conflicting laws around land rights and logging have made it difficult to find a solution to disputes in many parts of the country.
Amid concerns of the spread of COVID-19 in Maryland, traders at the Harper General Market are calling for better sanitation to ensure the market is kept clean and safe.
A joint security team shut down the Samuel Stryker Funeral Home for violating COVID-19 health protocols when it held an event that exceeded the maximum limit for attendees.
ArcelorMittal has expressed regrets over the Friday morning head-on collision involving two of the company’s locomotives near Ganta, Nimba that left 14 persons injured.
An early morning fire gutted the Vamuco Market Shopping Center warehouse in Vai Town on March 15. Although a significant amount of properties were damaged, there were no deaths.
In an attempt to increase the number of financial transactions conducted by mobile money, Lonestar Cell MTN has launched a program to allow drivers in the transport sector to collect fares from passengers without fees using the digital platform.
Oil palm plantation company Golden Veroleum Liberia Inc. has promoted nine Liberian staff to low-level managerial positions in Sinoe and Grand Kru as part of the company’s efforts to ensure that operations are managed by as many Liberians as possible.
Workers at ArcelorMittal Liberia have inducted a new crop of leaders to advocate for their rights over the next two years.