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June 2010

HOUSTON, TEXAS – On behalf of the Chairman, his executive, and the very committed members of the Sierra Leone People’s Party in North America (SLPPNA), I make the following verifiable statements in response to a

Thirteen people have been injured and one policeman seriously hurt after a crush outside a South African ground hosting a World Cup warm-up game. Several fans fell under a rush of people outside the Makhulong Stadium

Zain in Sierra Leone's management team is drawn form the brightest talent at leading telecommunications and service companies. Ted Sauti-Phiri (ACA): Managing Director Ted, prior to his appointment as Managing Director of Zain Sierra Leone, worked as

Rafael Nadal won the French Open for the fifth time and made amends for last year's defeat by Robin Soderling as he swept past the Swede in straight sets to regain the title. Nadal saved all

New Jersey, USA - Victor Fakondo, a native of Sierra Leone, faces up to ten years in prison for insurance fraud.  A respected leader of the Sierra Leonean community and patriarch in an African church

The National Social Security and Insurance Trust (NASSIT) was established by the government of Sierra Leone through the Act of Parliament 2001 for  the ‘retirement and other benefits to meet the contingency needs of workers

Bellamy's academy is the first of its kind in Sierra Leone Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy 's football academy in Sierra Leone, aimed at developing young talents, is progressing well and Sierra Leoneans believe it has

The role of ethnicism and regionalism has been at the cross road of our political governance since the founding of our Republic. Ethnocentrism has been one of the single most destructive forces besides the brutal

Atlanta – On Wednesday, June 16, 2010, a press conference will be held at 12:15pm in the auditorium of The B.E.S.T Academy, 1890 D.L. Hollowell Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30318. The press conference will highlight various African-African

Mangoes have been found to prevent or stop certain colon and breast cancer cells in the lab, according to a study by Texas AgriLife Research food scientists, who examined the five varieties most common in

There is a whole world of difference between being literate and being educated, or of possessing a degree and being educated, just as there is a world of difference between being grown up and being

Freetown, July 4, 2010: The SLAJ Electoral Commission would like to inform all members of the Sierra Leone Reporters Union that as of May 31, 2010, nominations for all the vacant positions in the national

I read with dismay the blatant lies peddled by Dr P. K. Muana who decribes himself as spokesperson for Augustine Fallay the chairman of SLPPNA. I am a very concerned member of the SLPPNA and

Francesca Schiavone produced another inspired display of all-court tennis in the French Open final to become the first Italian woman to win a grand slam. (Photo: Joy: Francesca Schiavone kisses the clay at Roland Garros

Njala University College was on Monday 1st June 2009 presented with 500 chairs by Zain Africa’s Chief Executive Officer, Chris Gabriel, at their New England Ville campus. Making the presentation, Chris Gabriel said his company