Sierra Express has reliably learnt that over 3,000 youths lined up for jobs in Iraq through contracts from Sabre International have vowed to get back at ex-military men whose contracts they say have been terminated
The Secretary General, Brimo Roberts,Â and Team Manager, Tunde Scott both of FC Kallon, have explained that even if they win the Sierra Leone Premiership Championship, they will not compete in the Confederation of African
A Liberian woman has concluded her testimonies in The Hague clarifying confusion surrounding her Liberian mobile phone number and the Liberian mobile phone number of Indicted Former Liberian President, Charles Taylor. Madam Aletha Hoff said
A discussion on the challenges faced by the newly introduced Free Healthcare Scheme for pregnant women, lactating mothers and infants under five years of age has ended in Port Loko with an appeal for the
19 year- old pupil of St Edwards Secondary School, Ibrahim Sesay was yesterday arraigned before Magistrate Steven Conteh of Freetown Court No l for murdering a 17 year-old student, Sheka Suma of the Albert Academy.
The Chairman of the National HIV/AIDS Council, President Ernest Bai Koroma on 4th June, 2010 acknowledged the support of development partners in scaling up the national response to HIV and AIDS and in particular the
Plantation F.C will this afternoon engage the champions of the peninsula, F.C Lamin of Ogoo Farm at the Lumley Grassfield Playing Field in the Group D encounter which many see as a match for supremacy.
When I first heard of the much talked about â€œ2012 Sharp 12â€ something came immediately to my mind. I recall in 2007 before the internationally acclaimed Presidential elections that swept into power Dr Ernest Bai
The Zain Africa Challenge, the University battle of brains on Wednesday 9th June 2010 came to a dramatic end with Egerton University of Kenya clinching the prestigious prize of $50,000 for their University and $5,000
200 citizens drawn from different walks of life, irrespective of political affiliation, have been selected to take part in an open-dialogue session at State House to discuss Governmentâ€™s plans for improved and sustainable policies on
A mammoth representation of supporters of the Peoples Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) from Pujehun and Bo over the weekend met in the southern capital to discuss the three year suspension of the party chairman,
Minister of Works and Infrastructure, Alimamy Koroma (in photo) has said in Freetown that the construction work on the Hill-Side by-pass road will start this month; expressing the need for the road construction, citing the
Sierra Express has learnt that a Liberian-born Sierra Leonean who fought for the ULIMO-J rebel faction and is currently a defence witness in the ongoing Taylor Trial in The Hague has revealed that West African
USAID is the sponsor of 2 day stakeholder training in Communication and Information Management as Tools of Transparency and Accountability for Effective Natural Resource Management and the Promotion of Agriculture in the Eastern Town of