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November 2018

In New York, it seems like the branch of the Sierra Leone People’s Party in North America (SLPP-NA) convention that was convened in October 28 this year recorded to be the most exciting political-convention season

Decentralization is gradually being applied in many African countries as one of the tenets of good governance. It ensures participation and promotes accountability, both of which are vital in sustaining democratic credentials. Sierra Leone remains a

Sierra Leone’s Democracy and Human Rights credentials under the Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) government led by President Julius Maada Bio (in photo) are coming under increasing scrutiny both nationally and internationally as Concerned Sierra

Maxwell Hinga Massaquoi was one of the people hired by the then Kabbah government to setup NATCOM in 2007 on the understanding that he would apply for one of the jobs afterwards. Unfortunately, Massaquoi failed

Sierra Leonean human rights lawyer Alpha Sesay (in photo) has urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) to rethink its engagement with Africa as the Court celebrates 20 years of the adoption of its founding instrument,

The indigenes of Marampa and Maforkie Chiefdoms in Port Loko District have consulted a well renowned firm of solicitors in Sierra Leone, Bets and Berewa to intervene and resolve the impasse between the land owners

Barely over a week ago, the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) Government, through the Ministry of Finance, Works Ministry and the Sierra Leone Roads Authority (SLRA), made a total of three hundred and fifty seven

One of the major problems Sierra Leone has been grappling with for many decades now is how the Government should attract more Direct Foreign Investments to change the economic narrative of the country which is

Sierra Express Media has been reliably informed during interviews conducted with freshers/ year one (1)/ students and parents of Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone that authorities in the college are extorting gullible students

About 30 activists last Tuesday reportedly staged a ‘die-in’ and held billboards reading “stop toxic investments”, “reclaim human rights” and “stop green washing” in front of the ING Bank in Brussels, Belgium. According to report, the

Dayu Mining has invested over one hundred and fifty thousand United States Dollars ($150,000) to construct the road leading to the hilltop where Africell constructed it network tower to provide coverage for villages in Simiria

The High Court of Sierra Leone, Holden at Makeni, and presided over by the Honourable Justice Monfred Sesay, on Friday 26th October 2018, sentenced John Amara and Ibrahim Bah to a fine of Thirty Million

Caught Naked in Illicit Love Affair Sierra Leoneans in the country and around the world are shocked and unhappy over the pornographic video clip circulating in the social media, exposing the nakedness of the Speaker

The Magistrates Court in Makeni has ordered the compensation of five million Leones for a thirty-hectare piece of land that had gone into sales agreement for six-hundred Leones in the late 60s; upsetting Rights Groups

The Government of Sierra Leone (GOSL) in collaboration with the World Bank has officially launched the $20 million project of the Extractive Industries Technical Assistance (EITI). The launching ceremony took place at the Miatta Conference Centre