I read an article in your today's edition with a banner headline: "For beating soldier – police vow to charge Health Minster." In the article the author wrote: "Information privy to this press reveals that
Following the mudslide disaster on Sunday August 8th, which claimed the lives of 14 people at No.46, Owen Street, off Mountain Cut, one of the leading mobile phone companies in Sierra Leone, Zain has extended
Over nine hundred bike (Okada) riders have been put out of a job due to the spontaneous raid conducted by the Western Area Traffic Management (WATM) led by Inspector Flavius Saidu Sesay.
This was made known
Information privy to this press reveals that police personnel attached at “B” Divisional Headquarters headed by no-nonsense Chief Superintendent of Police, William Fayia Sellu, has vowed to press charges against the apparently lawless Deputy Minister
The Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Dr. Samura Kamara (in photo) last week disclosed to journalists that since Sierra Leone is the chair for the Heads of African Ministers and Bank Governors of the
ENCISS has a mandate to increase the capacity of civil society organisations in order to encourage their full participation in monitoring government policies and programmes and on Friday, 13th August 2010 donated six brand new
The Sierra Leone judiciary under the leadership of Justice Umu Tejan Jalloh has transferred six magistrates and court clerks to various parts of the country.
The six magistrates are Komba Kamanda, Manuela Harding, Binneh Kamara, Alford
A smuggled vessel was intercepted by a joint operation conducted by the United States Coast Guard, Joint Maritime Committee (JMC), Marine Police, Maritime wing, Transnational Crime Center located at NJOC Murray Town and the Ministry
It is true that the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, His Excellency President Ernest Bai Koroma has graced many launching ceremonies since he assumed power, three years ago. (Photo: One of Sierra
After thorough researched and investigations, it was proven that the Wealth Builders Network has their highest membership in the country in the Northern city of Makeni where they had put social unrest and security at
African Foundation for Development (AFFORD), working in partnership with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), a specialised agency for the United Nations, are to provide business support for about 400 existing businesses in Sierra