In the presence of quite a good number of members of the Forth Estates, Sierra Express Media (SEM) made an extensive coverage where the Inspector General of Police,
Chairman of the National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM), Momoh Konteh, has assured journalists in Makeni that Government has no plans to ban social media in the country.
Speaking at the
Sierra Leone Parliament endorsed a motion by the Majority Leader, Hon. Leonard Fofanah, that members of the public who transfer, display or parade nude pictures and videos of
Apparently, social media is becoming more of a curse than a blessing and mobile phone companies including internet service providers have a pivotal role to play in regulating
In the 21st century, the social media has been a very effective means of communicating much more speedily and effectively, allowing for updates to be posted as soon
Sierra Leone attained its independence in 1961, but prior to this epoch making “achievement”, the country was fondly renowned for its role as the bastion of education; courtesy
Julie Gichuru is an award-winning Kenyan television journalist rated by Forbes business magazine in 2011 as one of “20 youngest powerful women in Africa.” Ms. Gichuru (in photo)
Human Rights Commission Sierra Leone commemorated ‘Human Rights Day’ Saturday 10th at the new YWCA hall in Freetown.
The chairperson, Commissioner Yasmin Jusu Sheriff, said that the human rights
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