may not be as fast as some have expected, but the trend is very much alive
Opinion on Africa’s middle class opportunity is divided. When Nestle earlier this year announced its disappointment with the scale and
Main contender for the position of flag bearer for the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP), Hon. Alpha Osman Timbo, has said recently in Freetown that those who want to lead others should duly accept criticisms.
National Chairman of the Sierra Leone People Party (SLPP), Chief Somano Kapen, on 7 November in central Freetown, said the SLPP will win the 14 November bye-election for Constituency 107.
Chairman Kapen who was a guest
Mohamed Fofana, who was second-in-command after the late Foday Government Wharf of the All Peoples Congress (APC) in Constituency 107, last week end defected to the main opposition Sierra Leone People Party (SLPP) at a
The House of Parliament has on Tuesday, 10th November, 2015 adopted the Committee on Works, Housing and Infrastructure report which was laid on the Table of the House of Parliament on Tuesday, 3rd November, 2015.
The Sierra Leone Road Safety Authority (SLRSA) on Wednesday, 11th November, 2015, extended the drink driving partnership to the Sierra Leone Brewery Limited at a ceremony held at the SLRSA Liberia Hall, Kissy Road in
Fourah Bay College, West Africa’s oldest University, located on Mount Aureol is not just an institution on a hill top, but Sub saharan Africa's first University Institution founded some 188 years ago in Freetown, thanks
The Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Information and Communications, has on Wednesday, November 4 this year, said that they are very impressed the operations of the Smart mobile phone in the country. (Photo: Smart Mobile Programme
Serious road construction is going on for the people of Diang Chiefdom, from a company known as Blue Arising in Kabala.
According to the Chief Executive Officer of the Company, Mr. Nick Wereh, this is not
A day after the Ebola outbreak was declared over in Sierra Leone, Dr. Marshall Elliot, a senior United Kingdom diplomat, warned of its recurrence. Or so Umaru Fofanah, the award winning BBC Reporter, made us
The leading mobile company, Airtel Sierra Leone, has adopted fifty Ebola affected orphans in the country.
This was disclosed to newsmen at a press conference held yesterday at the SOS Children’s Village at Lumley in the
The National Coordinator of the Sierra Leone Ebola Action Group in Australia (SEAGA), Ansumana Usman Koroma (in photo), has on behalf of his organisation commended President Ernest Bai Koroma for is consistent and unwavering gallantry