Monthly Archives: June 2018

Firestone Linked to Bad Labor Practices

The Management of Firestone Liberia is expected to appear before the full Plenary of the House of Representatives to address itself to accusations of bad labor practices, poor living condition, and other concessions issues. The House Committee on Agriculture and Labor including Representatives of electoral districts 1, 2, 3 of Margibi County and District 1 of Montserrado were mandated by

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UL joins fight against SGBV

Faculty and students of the University of Liberia have joined the fight in calling for stronger actions to end all forms of violence against women and girls. The call was made at the university’s first dialogue on prevention of sexual gender-based violence organized in observance of ‘Orange Day’, at the University of Liberia Fendell campus. “Orange Day” is designated by

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To Remit Legitimate Fees To NPA Coffers: Acting MD Engages Smit Lamnalco /Acelor Mittal

The era of revenue leakages in millions of dollars that were not realized from Marine operations, lease payment and remittances through concession fees at the “Gateway to the Nation’s Economy” is being plugged as the Celia Cuffy– Brown Administration at the Port has detected major cash sources were monies can now be legitimately collected consistent with the act governing the

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