Anti Violence March in Bo
It has been reported that an anti-violence march will take place on the 5th December 2009 in Bo city, southern province. The anti-violence march which is being organized by the young
Now that the country is being willed towards the wooing of investors to invest in various areas of development, security concerns should be held paramount as frequent breach of the country’s security has the potential
The International Community has invested considerable amount of funds and other resources into the improvement of infrastructure and equipment in the administration of justice in Sierra Leone because it is seen as the first virtue
Deputy Chief of Defence Staff, Brigadier Robert Y. Koroma (photo), on Tuesday 2nd December 2009 told journalists that Sierra Leone is now poised to contribute to the United Nations African Union Peacekeeping Force in Darfur.
Sierra Leonean pilgrims in the Holy Land of Mecca are all in good shape in their respective Hotels, remarked the three Medical Personnel accompanying this year’s pilgrims.
Dr. Abdulai Jalloh, Senior Medical Office of the Sierra
A strong and positive teamwork in any political organizational would also be defined by other political pundits as people who have vision, the ability to lead and able to inspire their team-mates to work diligently
Findings by Sierra Express Media on the recent prison riot that took place at the Pademba Road Maximum Prison in Freetown indicate that most media houses that gave coverage to the event reported with bias
Hope Micro (an NGO) situated at 5 Bailey Street, Freetown, one of the leading micro finance institutions in Sierra Leone, has since its establishment in February of 2002 bailed over twenty thousand poor Sierra Leoneans
Sierra Leone this festive season will enjoy a first of its kind, a collaborative hip hop music festival tour involving the best music record label, Black Leo Records, and the biggest GSM operator, Africell Mobile
Officers Benefit From Short French Courses
Nine Soldiers from the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) have benefited from the basic and intermediate French courses at the Ministry of Defence (MOD) Conference Hall on Thursday
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