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March 2010

AWOULABA, an acronym, which means ‘Beautiful Woman’ in Ivory Coast and Senegal, is about to be introduced in Sierra Leone on April 3rd 2010 at the Alafia Point situated at the Lumley Beach. The move

The construction project of a modern jetty sponsored by the European Union and Maritime commenced on Monday the 15th February 2010 in Kychom, Samu Chiefdom, Kambia District. Paramount Chief of Samu Chiefdom, PC Sheibra Yek II

Legal human right and advocacy organization championing Freedom of Information (FOI) in Sierra Leone, Society For Democratic Initiative (SDI) has on behalf of its staff condemned in no uncertain terms the recent physical attack on

Before the war, little is heard of government’s and NGO’s efforts to make public campaign and offer money so generously to disabled persons, in fact very few institutions exist to care for it. The old

Vietnam Chief of Mission to the Federal Republic of Nigeria H.E. Do Van Bach, has assured Sierra Leone’s High Commissioner to the Federal Republic of Nigeria H.E Henry O. Macauley of his Country’s stance to

The conviction of Sierra Leone's former Health and Environment minister, Mr. Sheku Tejan Koroma on corruption charges has been quoted by the Contractor-General of Jamaica, Greg Christie as one that should serve as a lesson

I am happy, because at long last, London Mining Company Limited, has been given the licence to mine a huge iron ore deposit in the historic Marampa Mines, in the Port Loko District, northern Sierra

Alicia Keys and Black Eyed Peas are to perform at a concert in South Africa that will officially "kick off" this year's World Cup football tournament. (Photo: R&B singer Keys performed with Jay-Z at the

After his long absence from the Sierra Leone music spotlight, Supa Laj tells Salonejamboree he had reasons to stay out. The Brooklyn born Sierra Leonean artist, who is now a graduate in Computer Science, unveils

Soldiers of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF), Saturday 13th March 2010, at about 1500hours, launched what has been referred to by many observers as an unwarranted attack on a civilian territory around

A judge in Sierra Leone has ruled for the first time that a woman's bid to become a paramount chief is lawful.  (Photo: Iye Kendor Bandabla said she "felt sick" when she was first barred) The

President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma is currently considered by Global Civil Societies and Western Democracies as the First Toughest Political Leader in Africa and Asia who has ever Fully Supported a Thorough Mechanism of Anti

I hold the view that President Ernest Bai Koroma is too serious in the fight against corruption, a cancer that has eaten into the fabrics of society. I only would refer readers to the ACC

"In 25 years, Africa will be blank of brain." That is a dire warning, from Dr Lalla Ben Barka of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) reflects the growing alarm over Africa's increasing

The general public is hereby informed that Haja Afsatu Kabba, Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources and Paul Sandi, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources were Monday 15th March 2010 charged