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July 2010

I am an African child Born with a skin the colour of chocolate Bright, brilliant and articulate Strong and bold; I'm gifted Talented enough to be the best I am an African child Often the target of pity My future is not

It's a golden rule of restaurants that the longer the description on your menu, the less you will get on your plate. Ditto politics. Perhaps it is in the light of this and the nest of

Money is problem, is the bedrock of bad attitudes, embezzlements, misappropriations, frauds, showing off and living in the expense of government coffers, driving luxurious cars and etc., are the orders of the day, Dat-nor-Good! I

That coward but over ambitious former army lieutenant colonel who would not hesitate to shoot a junior officer in the back continues his anti mende ranting words in the press. I have not bothered to

In spite of the appointment of Professor Ogunlade Davidson (in photo) as expert Minister in the Ministry of Energy and Power and the acclaimed successes credited him so far, the electricity crisis still persists, a

Sierra Leone is a country where 70 to 80% of its population relied on agriculture; the country is endowed with natural fertile soil that is good for large scale agricultural activities. The landscape of the

The convicted war criminal, Issa Sesay (in photo), has been telling the Charles Taylor trial of a virtual civil war by the rebel group, the RUF, between 1997 and 1999. Testifying for the defence, Mr Sesay

Yesterday, Tuesday July 13th 2010 saw the arrival of the five lucky winners of tickets to the World Cup finals sponsored by Zain. Looking very fit and relaxed, they expressed nothing but joy and gratitude

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Sierra Leone Import and Export Promotion Agency (SLIEPA). The ceremony took place last Friday, 9th July 2010 in Freetown. Officials say the agreement

Information filtering into Sierra Express Media has intimated that the Chairman of the National Assets and Government Property Commission, Alhaji Unisa Sesay (Awoko) (in photo) has expressed his disgust over the attitude of civil servants

Introducing Fambul Tariff has proven to be the best move Zain has made so far to not only win subscribers hearts but keeping them. Below are brief testimonies from Zain subscribers. To add to the praises

The First Lady, Her Excellency Mrs. Sia Nyama Koroma's second visit to the United States to attend the 2nd Global Conference 'WOMEN DELIVER' is a demonstration of her commitment to work along side her husband's

6-29-10: Dear Mr. Attorney-General, Re: PROTEST AGAINST MISUSE/ABUSE OF EXECUTIVE POWER BY THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S OFFICE. I write to protest most strongly about what I consider to be the wanton and deliberate misuse/abuse of Executive Power by

Washington, D.C. – The International Center for Journalists has launched ICFJ Anywhere, a Web site offering journalism courses for participants around the world. The courses will cover a variety of topics. In Iran, for example, students

African Minerals (AML), with significant iron ore and base metal interests in Sierra Leone, has reached an agreement with its Chinese partner Shandong Iron & Steel Group (SISG) Co Limited to hit a strategic investment