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July 2010

I am struggling to remember a more dramatic end to a World Cup match than Friday's classic quarter-final tie between Uruguay and Ghana at Soccer City. Luis Suarez's goal-line handball from Dominic Adiyiah in the dying

On the 9th March 2009, the first draft policy for social protection was prepared by the Social Protection Steering Committee with support from the Department for International Development (DFID) in Sierra Leone. The reason for

It is no longer a secret that GSM operators in this day and age are now giving to their valued subscribers perpetual amusement in the communication world. To make this a reality, Zain has introduced

Massive criticism has been heaped on the Freetown City Council over their new strategy of collecting local tax in the city. A group of citizens who spoke to Sierra Express Media earlier this week expressed

Momodu Koroma, a teacher of the Makeni Comprehensive Academy (MCA) Secondary School in Makeni, is alleged to have beaten one Ibrahim S. Conteh, a Senior Secondary School One (SSS-1) pupil of the same school on

The High Court of the Republic of Sierra Leone has ordered all the Banks in the country that are presently doing business with the Wealth Builders Network in the country to FREEZE AND FORBID all

News meeting Sierra Express Media says Guinea’s sick former junta leader housed in Burkina Faso, captain Moussa Dadis Camara is greatly worried about the future of his home land Guinea as the long count trails

Living in Riyadh, the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as the Press Attaché at the Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone for about 10 months now, I have   been exposed to a

The International Media Centre at the Soccer City in Soweto, South Africa, is a centre piece of architectural  beauty that houses the world’s Media for the 2010 World Cup. Despite the buzzing presence of men,

YEARS of FIFA’s deceit has finally caught up with it in its relations with Nigeria, a country that FIFA treats with the lowest standards when it matters in implementing its statutes. For decades, Nigerians have

His Highness Anabs Sara Igbe is a foremost Niger Delta activist. He was special adviser to former governor Peter Odili on security matters. In this interview he makes it clear that Ijaw elders have decided

Prosecution witness No. 9 in the ongoing trial between the State and former Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Afsatu Kabba (in photo) yesterday took the witness box before Justice Samuel Ademusu where he told the

The Public Relations Officer of the National Telecommunication Company NATCOM, Abdul Kuyateh has said during an SLBC TV interview that the date for the registration of SIM cards in the country has been extended to

Indoor air pollution by Kerosene fumes kills 1.5m people per year The developers of a solar lamp that aims to replace kerosene-burning lights in developing countries have won a prestigious environmental award. D Light Design says

Moijueh Kaikai the current APC minister of Labour and Industrial relations was formerly a very active member of the UK branch of the Sierra Leone People’s Party. He left the party because he could not