December 2015


Pres. Sirleaf: “He is the one that will ensure continuity building upon the progress that we already have.”

Boakai ‘is the Most Experienced’

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has called her Vice President, Joseph N. Boakai, the most experienced to lead the country.

“I know that he is the more prepared, the most experienced, the one that will ensure continuity building upon the progress that we already have,” she said.

Today is Bankers’ Day Banks

Commercial banks in the country, including the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL), will today, December 31, be closed for business to the public as they observe “Bankers’ Day”.

The day is set aside by the CBL every year (December 31) to give commercial banks the opportunity to compile their annual financial statements, which will be presented to the government through the Central Bank.

Sarama Updates Sale of Aureus Exploration Properties

Sarama Resources Ltd. has announced that Aureus Mining has agreed to an amendment to terms of a previously announced acquisition of three exploration properties.

The properties are held by Sarama Resources Ltd.

In a statement released recently, Aureus said it originally agreed to acquire the exploration properties for a total consideration of 2,600,000 Aureus common shares.

Sarama Updates Sale of Aureus Exploration Properties

Sarama Resources Ltd. has announced that Aureus Mining has agreed to an amendment to terms of a previously announced acquisition of three exploration properties.

The properties are held by Sarama Resources Ltd.

In a statement released recently, Aureus said it originally agreed to acquire the exploration properties for a total consideration of 2,600,000 Aureus common shares.


(Clockwise) DJ Master Queen, SWV, the Angel’s Lips collection and Lisa Gaye, the founder of the brand.

Inspired by the traditional lipsticks used in olden days by African women: Black Lips Are Back

Angel Lips cosmetic has officially launch ed the Master Queen Collection to uncover the hidden beauty of women through its product.

Each lipstick comes with a unique color that will show the sexiness of any woman wearing it, bringing out the true goddess of beauty in her.

The Master Queen Collection, which pocketed the highest sales during the launch, is inspired by the traditional black lipsticks used in the olden days by African women and the brown, a color that is sexy on ladies.


(Clockwise) Joe Praize, Yvonne Nelson, Takun J, DenG, Soul Fresh, Eric Geso and Miss Liberia Contestants

2015: 9 Setbacks that Shocked the Entertainment Industry

Another calendar year is coming to an end, with a revolving door of setbacks within the entertainment industry that unexpectedly came as a wildfire to many. Just like any form of entertainment, not every event, news about a famous artist or record breaking moment that comes out as a success.
From visa denials to poor concerts and headliner artists falling short as well as plenty other shocks that happened in the industry, here, we give you the list of top 9 events that stood above the rest. We are sure that you will like them:


Leslie Lumeh the finalist

Leslie Lumeh Among the Finalists for Africa Center Artist In Residency

Liberia’s internationally acclaimed visual artist Leslie Lumeh has been named one of the finalists for the Africa Center Artist in Residency (AIR) Award.

The organization said in a statement that this year they received a record 423 completed applications from different genres from 40 countries across the continent.


(Clockwise) Yung muse, Soul Fresh, John and Paul Flomo, Artus Frank, DenG, Junda Morris Kennedy and Dahnsaw

LIB Life 2015 Performance Report

Practice makes perfect, the saying goes. And every good performance is potentially a success story of handwork and dedication. With just literally minutes before entering 2016, it is necessary that we look back at 2015 and assess the performances of artists, disc jockeys and promoters who did well in the entertainment industry.

The UP Chairman’s Frankness about Liberia’s Grim Economic Outlook: What Is the Answer?

He was blunt, emphatic and dead serious when he told the 12th graduating class of the United Methodist University that 2016 and 2017 “and perhaps a few years thereafter are likely to be a difficult experience for our country and its people.”

The speaker was no opposition rabble rouser determined to make the government look bad. No, these ominous remarks came from the horse’s mouth—they were the words of the very Chairman of the ruling Unity Party, Senator G. Varney Sherman.

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