President Ernest Bai Koroma on Tuesday, 25th may 2010, gave a lecture at the GULF University of Science and Technology, (GUST).
The disclosure was made to the Information Bureau of the Sierra Leone Embassy in Riyadh,
On 22nd, May, 2010, students of the Institute of Public Administrations and Management (IPAM) paid a courtesy call to London Mining Companyâ€™s mining site situated at Lunsar. Students from the various departments totaling 96 in
The stormy NASSIT ferry issue that has unwarrantedly become central media attraction has now finally been laid to rest as the few repairs they needed on them have now been fixed and have been internationally
Students of the Milton Margai College of Education and Technology (MMCET) yesterday went crazy in the streets of Freetown demanding answers for the prolonged strike action of their lecturers who they say have reneged on
As the trial between the State versus Afsatu Olayinka Kabba (in photo) Â gains momentum, the Defence team is vehemently bent on revoking orders of the high court to protect prosecution witnesses in the ongoing proceedings.
Sierra Leoneâ€™s First Lady, Mrs. Sia Nyama Koroma, made an impromptu visit to Washington DC, USA to attend the CARE International 50th Anniversary Conference. Her entourage comprised of her personal physician, Jaraie Kabba-Kebbe, MD., her
Very recently, Ambassador Dr. Christian Kargbo was in the media spotlight for all the bad reasons despite his tireless efforts in propagating President Koromaâ€™s Attitudinal and Behavioural Change anthem among Sierra Leoneans and non-Sierra Leoneans
By the look of things, it is obvious that the recent resignation of the once vibrant Anti Corruption Commission boss has undermines the tough fight against crimson corrupt elements in Sierra Leone. Mr. Coleâ€™s very
Sierra Leoneans in the State of Kuwait are planning a massive welcome for their President, H.E. Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma at the country's famous Bayan Palace, today, Monday 24th May, 2010, President of the Sierra
Journalists from across the country have committed themselves to the response against HIV/AIDS. The journalists made the commitment on Wednesday at a workshop in Bo organised jointly by the Ministry of Health and UNICEF. The
Timber exporters in the country have stressed that they cannot afford to pay the governmentâ€™s new export tariff of $10,000 per container of timber.
They say they have already paid the old tariff of $1,000 per
Freetown, Sierra Leone, 24 May 2010 â€“ The Justice Sector Development Programme (JSDP), in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) and the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Local Government and Rural Development (MIALGRD), starts training