The appointment of President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law, Simba Chikore, as COO of the country's national airline is just the most recent controversy.
The chairman of the ruling Unity Party, the parliamentary speaker and a former minister facing bribery charges, along with London-based Sable Mining.
From the land that was hell for children, Liberian teenager wins International Children's Peace Prize
Almost 50% of Liberia's children have experienced some kind of physical violence and 13% of girls have been sexually abused.
Rwanda shaves president’s term to 5 years, as Senegal, Liberia plan similar cuts. Kagame 3rd term remains on course
While a few countries look to cut presidential terms, in others leaders are getting more bites at the cherry as their stay in office gets extended.
The WHO had in May declared Liberia Ebola-free only to see deadly virus resurface six weeks later. Country now in a period of heightened surveillance.
His daughter suspended him from the party, and his granddaughter is running against him in his constituency - can an African strongman stomach that?
It is an amazing turnaround for a country that last year teetered on the brink of collapse.
Triumph in adversity—just 9 months ago Liberia nearly collapsed, now it stands on the brink of victory over Ebola
West African country could be declared free from the terrifying virus this weekend. It will be emotional, and richly deserved.
Entertainers turned politicians: An actor, two musicians and a footballer jump into the ‘dirty game’
The trip from the sports, music or film stage to politics is littered with banana peels, but the fortunes of those who try is beginning to improve.