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President Ernest Bai Koroma has acknowledged the World Bank Group’s contribution to Sierra Leone’s development efforts as the country and the Bank Group reflect on more than half

The Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP), the oldest surviving political party in Sierra Leone commenced its three- day election convention in Kenema this weekend, and reports reaching this

Mount Sugar-loaf, as the name depicts, was meant to generate happiness, probably a good taste of life and refuge. And so it was, until the early hours of

Today, Saturday 19th August is World Humanitarian Day. The day climaxed with a catastrophic humanitarian crisis that grips our country – Sierra Leone when a terrific mudslide and

A new travelling exhibition by primary school aged pupils from Hull and sister city Freetown in Sierra Leone is set to launch on Wednesday 5 July at Sirius

Ghana obtained her independence from Britain 60 years ago today, 6th March 1957! Sierra Leone obtained hers 4 years later in 1961 but Sierra Leone has not grown! She

Due to its political tranquility and its safe haven reputation, the British colonialists called Sierra Leone “The Cradle of Africa”. Sierra Leone is truly blessed by our forefathers

After successful discussions with the Mayor of Freetown, His Worship Franklin Bode Gibson, the General Manager National Tourist Board, Mr. Yassin Kargbo has announced new plans and strategies

Today, Sierra Leone marks the end of the Ebola outbreak. We give thanks to Almighty God, and I stand here humbled by the dedication of Ebola Response Workers,