Thursday 27th December 2012 saw the Biggest Music Concert of 2012 held at the National Stadium. Fans from all over Sierra Leone attended the Sierra Leonean Legend Emmerson and the Nigerian Superstar Timaya’s 3 in 1
Miriam Mason –Sesay, the Country Director of EducAid Sierra Leone and a UK national has been awarded an MBE for her exceptional services to education and to charitable work in Sierra Leone.
For over a decade
The most daunting and critical challenges our nation faces today is the energy sector, which is the engine of economic growth for any modern society. The government of President Koroma, almost five years later, has
Residents of the Freetown municipality were awakened by the euphoria last week when the still desperate and uncompromising relatives of the deceased guard in the August 2012 murder incident in which traditional ritual rite proposed
A new report by Amnesty International has warned of an increasing risk of Sierra Leone becoming a safe haven for suspected war criminals escaping prosecution for some of the most serious offences known to humanity.
Following the re-election of His Excellency the President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, specific issues have been identified as a national concern that need to be addressed immediately. These issues include; waste management/garbage disposal, improve road
His Excellency the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Ernest Bai Koroma has pronounced his commitment to provide job opportunities for youths. This commitment stood prominently in his recent address to his second parliament
By now the above caption should have been digested by all Sierra Leoneans and we should be ready to move forward in progress of developing our country. These are words of wisdom coming from president of
Makeni, Northern Province, Sierra Leone, 22nd December, 2012; His Excellency Dr Ernest Bai Koroma has reiterated his commitment to continue to strengthen local councils all across the nation, irrespective of which political party controls them.
PRESS RELEASE – Freetown, Sierra Leone, 21 December 2012 - Working with Government and the Mine Workers Union, Koidu Ltd has resolved the illegal strike at the Koidu Diamond Mine in the Kono District of
Millicom International Cellular, one of the world's leading and most innovative telecom operators, and Tropical Cables & Conductor Limited, a leading West African industrial concern in the metal and conducting cables business, has announced a
Sierra Leone has won the coveted Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Compact Award worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The Award, announced on December 19, 2012, was given in recognition of President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma’s
The Pro-Corruption Commission (PCC) is a well established commission in Sierra Leone with headquarters at Youyi Building and branch offices in almost all government offices right across this nation.
The Commission is charged with the constitutional
“Agenda for Prosperity is hopeful and possible with the wealth of minerals that Sierra Leone is blessed with”. These were the words of the country rep/manager West African Zircon Mining Company Mr. Alphonzoe Sam Yajah.