The construction of the raw water pipeline for the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation is more than 50 percent complete and on schedule to be completed in September 2020.
LWSC Deputy Resigns Amid Internal Discord and Employee Protests
Dan T. Saryee, the deputy managing director for technical services at the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation, resigned his post on Nov. 18 amid growing internal rifts, and protests by employees of the agency.
Major Water Outage Extends Beyond Second Week
A damage to the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporationâ€™s 36-inch transmission pipe has led to an outage to communities in Paynesville, Johnsonville, and Sinkor that is pushing into its third week.
LWSC Says Outage Due to Rupture in Transmission Line
The Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation says an ongoing six-day outage of water is due to a rupture on its 36-inch transmission pipe.
LWSC Wants to Increase Water Tariffs
Duannah Kamara, the managing director of the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation, says the utility company is considering revisiting the current tariffs on water.
LWSC Apologizes to Customers for Salty Water
The Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation has apologized to customers for a situation that led to many homes receiving salty water last week.
LWSC Restores Water, as MD Seeks US$100 Million for Pipeline
Following a weeklong water outage in several communities, the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation restored its service on Thursday, February 14.
Is President Weahâ€™s Tuition Waiver Causing Open Defecation Crisis at UL?
Since President George Weah announced a tuition waiver at all public tertiary institutions across the country, there are visible signs that the University of Liberia has not adjusted well to the changes. An investigation reveals that the Capitol Hill campus now has an open defecation phenomenon due to the lack of water on campus.