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June 2010

S.L.A. Cpt. Demby In Bo Town Is a Land Thief And He Needs Anger Management- He Has Over Stepped His Civil Duties, Ostracizing and Snubbing The Appeal Magistrate Court Judge Decision On Land Deal That

FREETOWN, June 1, 2010—A rural agriculture project in Sierra Leone’s diamond-rich Kono district is helping the area’s farmers move from small-scale farming to larger scale production and international export. (photo: The Rural and Private Sector

Freetown – The Monthly Symposium organised by SLAJ in collaboration with the BBC World Service Trust will take place on Friday 25 June 2010 at 9:00 AM at the Harry Yansanneh Memorial Hall, SLAJ headquarters

FREETOWN - The World Bank yesterday signed the agreement of a supplementary financing to the Government of Sierra Leone in support of the Third Governance Reform and Growth Credit worth US7 million under its IDA

It was an eventful week that saw the two day official visit to Sierra Leone by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon and his wife to our beautiful but politically as well as

Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker is a reader’s delight any day. Despite his tight schedule, the sexy-looking  actor made a brief stop-over in Lagos last weekend, en-route to Ghana to grant an interview to this writer.

ABUJA—A global human rights body, Amnesty International,  the National Human Rights Commission, the Legal Aids Council and the Legal Resources Consortium yesterday in Abuja protested the plans by the 36 state governor in the country

Wife of the President, Dame Patience Goodluck Jonathan has advised women in the South West zone to monitor their wards and discourage them from being used as political thugs come 2011. (Photo: Dame Patience Jonathan) Stressing the

The Sierra Leone Broadcasting Cooperation (SLBC) Tuesday June 15 2010, reported that a joint team of armed military and police personnel raided a village in the Moyamba District situated in the south of the country,

Heaven was almost let loose recently in the home of the Bensons. This was because Mr Benson had gone out to have fun with one of his girlfriends. The two enjoyed themselves but Ben did

The Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Defense and Presidential Affairs provide oversight on all workplaces under the office of the President. A cross section of its members met with the management of the National AIDS Secretariat

Good morning, and welcome to the Benjamin Franklin Room here on the eighth floor of the State Department. And we’re delighted to be joined via video link from Syria by the United Nations High Commissioner

Patrick Masakoi works for the Sierra Leone Red Cross. He describes how they are using theatre and film to teach local tribes about HIV/Aids and other issues (Photo: Actor and development worker Patrick Masakoi (left),

In as much as the proposed inquest is necessary for Sierra Leoneans, more especially for those family members whose relatives were killed in cold blood in December 1992, it must not distract us from pursuing

A Sierra Leonean born economist who is presently based in Tunisia, Dr. Victor AB Davies (in photo) who has worked for National Bureau of Economic Research USA has told the Sierra Express Media that for the