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November 2018

An organization known as Syke Rangers Football Foundation with the motto “Football for education” has donated various players’ equipment including boots, shirts and trousers, shin guards, socks, number of football, hand gloves, water bottles worth

The UK Rotary Club  has donated hospital equipment to the Connaught Hospital in Freetown worth approximately $100,000 The donation which took place at the hospital graced by medical expert including the Deputy Chief Medical Director, Dr. Gibrilla

Sierra Leone Multiple Indicator Survey 2017 In a report published by the Sierra Leone Multiple Health Indicator Cluster Survey 2017 revealed that  the main findings of the survey on a range of reproductive and maternal health

According to reliable international sources, Sierra Express Media was duly informed that Sierra Leone has dropped 15 places from 148 to 163 out of 190 countries in “Ease of Doing Business”. Applicable to our outreach,

In a Press Conference organized by the Sierra Leone Labour Congress (SLLC), Sierra Express Media was updated according to the institution mentioned above, that the leadership of the SLLC wishes to bring to the attention of

According to one of the outstanding Legal Luminaries, Lawyer Charles Francis Margai (in photo), Section 149 of the Commission of Sierra Leone Act No.6 of 1991 provides for the setting up of Commission of Inquiry.

Hundreds of pupils of Huntingdon Secondary School at Jui on the outskirts of Freetown on Monday 29th October, 2018 staged a non-violent protest to reclaim their school land that has been allegedly encroached upon by

Infinity Mind Foundation –Sierra Leone Chapter, (IMF-SLC), a humanitarian foundation that is geared towards promoting health and education awareness, has ended its 1st Annual Health and Education Awareness campaign with the theme “Kambia well Body

Members of Parliament past Wednesday approved four presidential nominees to serve in various state institutions. The law makers made fine sentiment about the approved nominees. They however caution the nominees to work in the interest of

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