Monthly Archives: June 2018

NaFAA Gets Tough, Levies US$50,000 Fine On Fishing Company For Unauthorized Importation

The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) has levied a fine of US$50,000 on the Management of Africa Zhong Sheng Hai Fishing Company for smuggling a whole consignment of fish on the Liberian Market. According to NaFAA press release, the operators of the Africa Zhong Sheng Hai fishing Company on June 8, 2018, secretly offloaded huge consignments of fisheries products

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Ex-Employees Demand Removal of LRA Commissioner General

Some aggrieved former employees of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) early yesterday assembled in front of the Foreign Ministry on Capitol Hill in Monrovia, calling for the replacement of LRA Commissioner General, Madam Elfreda S. Tamba. The Foreign Ministry plays host to the offices of President George Manneh Weah. According to the head of the group, Samuel Richard Harmon, the

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Liberians Celebrate Senegal Win Over Poland

There were loud celebrations in parts of Monrovia and other major cities seconds after Bahraini football referee Nawaf Shukralla sounded the final whistle to end the Group H 2nd match between West Africa Representatives Senegal and Poland. Senegal, known as the Lions of Teranga won Poland 2-1, registering Africa’s first win at the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup. Senegal became

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“Longer School Hours is Important to Improve the Educational System” Rep. Dixon Seboe Asserts

District #16 Representative, Dixon Seboe has barked the Ministry of Education new mandate to prolong school hours for students in order to absorb the curriculum for proper learning. The lawmaker statement came days after the Ministry of Education issued a mandate, recommending the change in the normal school hours to be increased by additional two hours for all schools; which

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Kickball Keeps Sporting Spirit Alive In Liberia As Football Stays In The Dark

Liberians have not witness competitive domestic football league or other sports competitions for close to a year now as dissatisfactions reign amongst executives of various sporting federations. Two most popular sports, football and basketball have had their respective battles with disillusions among stakeholders, keeping fans from enjoying the beautiful sporting actions. This has helped increase fans for the Kickball Sport

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NUCFDC Highlight Capacity Building For Affected Communities Of Commercial Logging

As part of efforts to sustain, educate and monitor commercial logging activities in Liberia, the National Union of Community Forestry Development Committee (NUCFDC), has officially launched a rigorous capacity building project aimed at equipping affected logging communities across the country. The project, which is titled “Tracking Progress: Strengthening Community Capacity to monitor benefits from commercial logging in Liberia” is being

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