The Ministry of Information and Communications and the Sierra Leone Cable Network (SALCAB) have inspected the National Fiber Backbone Phase 2 Project in Moyamba.
The second phase of the
As part of the continuation of its Digital Revolution which was launched on the 19th of February, 2019, Sierra Leone’s leading telecommunications company, Orange, will today, March 27th,
If you are a Sierra Leonean, an Information Technology professional in the diaspora or at home and are interested in volunteering to serve as a mentor, please fill
Dayu Mining has invested over one hundred and fifty thousand United States Dollars ($150,000) to construct the road leading to the hilltop where Africell constructed it network tower
Poverty has deepened the crisis in Health Care Service Delivery in developing countries, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa, a region facing a disease burden that is unmatched in the world.
It was at the State opening of Parliament in May this year President Retired Brigadier Maada Bio’s pronounced Information and Communications Technology (ICT) as one of his key
The Sierra Leone Telecommunication (Sierratel) has outlined its five (5) top priorities for 2019 at the ongoing bilateral budgets discussions held in the Bank Complex, Freetown last Thursday.
One of the leading mobile operators in the country, Orange Sierra Leone, has organized a business discussion meeting with grassroots women from different markets in the city on
The leading telecommunications company known for its firsts and number one for all the right reasons in the telecommunications industry in Sierra Leone, waltzed in to Bo City,