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June 2015

The United States Ambassador to Sierra Leone, John F. Hoover on Wednesday, 24th June, 2015 paid a familiarization visit to the National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM). The ceremony took place at NATCOM headquarters on 13 Regent

ABIDJAN 23 June 2015 - The Abidjan Convention Secretariat and a tripartite body, known as the Partnership for Regional Ocean Governance, ended their two-day scoping workshop Sunday on ways to start a working group on

The British Berlin School (BBS) has presented its 4th ‘Japian Stevens Award’ in honour of late Japian Stevens, son of Sierra Leone’s Ambassador to Germany, H.E Jongopie Siaka Stevens, to the best pupil of the

Ambassador Umaru Bond Wurie has told the main opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) supporters in Bristol UK that he is the right man to out seat the ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) from power

Freetown, June 23 (SLENA) - The Sierra Leone Karate Winning Team has paid a courtesy call on the Ministry of Sports Monday this week at the Ministry of Sports, Bishop House, Skye Street in Freetown.

A group of Independent scholars from different disciplines gathered at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut for a three-day conference from June 18 -21 to discuss how technological innovations and digital media have changed scholarly

The newly elected National Executive of the Sports Writers Association of Sierra Leone (SWASAL) Wednesday, 24th June, 2015 paid a courtesy call on the President of the Sierra Leone National Olympic Committee (NOC-SL), Dr. Patrick Coker,

Port Loko, June 23 (SLENA) - Forty-five people from a total of nine chiefdoms in the Port Loko District have completed an orientation on the care, maintenance and upbringing of Foster Children. The one day

In the build-up to Global Drugs Summit in 2016, activists in more than 130 cities take part in a “Day of Action” to end the drug war On Friday 26th June 2015, thousands of activists in

The newly elected National Executive of the Sports Writers Association of Sierra Leone (SWASAL), on Monday June 22nd 2015 in Freetown made a courtesy call on the Managing Director of Mercury International (SL) LTD Mr.

Local processing could boost revenue in Côte d’Ivoire The annual “money-harvesting” season is in full swing in Côte d’Ivoire. For the fortunate cashew nut farmers in the central and northern parts of the country, February through

Pali Lehohla (in photo), Statistician-General of Statistics South Africa, was recently at UN headquarters in New York attending the annual conference of the Commission on the Status of Women. Africa Renewal’s Masimba Tafirenyika caught up

Freetown, June 22 (SLENA) - In a bid to ensure that officers in grade 11 and above are properly appraised, the Office of the Secretary to the Cabinet and Head of the Civil Service has

The recently concluded 25thAfrican Union (AU) Summit in South Africa, in which the Chairman, President Robert Mugabe, acknowledged with delight the presence of more women than previous summits is a remarkable demonstration of Heads of

Ebola’s most affected countries lobby for funding for hospital infrastructure On 10 May 2015, a day after the World Health Organization declared Liberia Ebola-free, stern-faced health officials were holding marathon meetings in different rooms at the