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July 2010

Sierra Express Media has been able to ascertain that the country’s agency for the protection of the public health of the nation - Pharmacy Board of Sierra Leone (PBSL) has met speedy reforms to ensure

A 46 year old man married with two wives and eight children, Mohamed Kamara is presently on the run after raping an 8 year old girl at the Koya chiefdom. According to family source the incident

Reliable source reaching SEM intimates that the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Lands and Country Planning, Mr. Jacob Quee has been marginalizing senior members within the ministry in the allocation of office spaces. When SEM

I think the whole philosophical school of ethics serves but one purpose — to tell us how to live our lives. Most religions do it too, at some level, and define what morality is. These

Freetown Magistrate Court No.3 presided over by Magistrate Bankole Shyllon yesterday fined a Nigerian national, Peter Yillah, the Chief Executive Officer of Wealth Builders Network the sum of one hundred and eighty five million leones

Change Party (PMDC), William A.B. Tucker yesterday pledged his party’s support and commitment to work with the restructured Political Parties Registration Commission. His commitment came during the second week of the Commission’s visit to political parties

On Tuesday 13th July 2010, Zain distributed prizes to the Njala University at their new campus situated at Henry Street for their commendable effort in the Zain Africa challenge (ZAC). The prizes included Zain modems with

Registrar of the Pharmacy Board of Sierra Leone has said in Freetown that errors that occur in the use of medicines and medical therapy are greater than the combined death rate caused by HIV and

The APC government’s planned commission to investigate the death of Bambay Kamara and 28 others, during the reign of the NPRC, was conceived in deceit and could have disastrous consequences more so when senior APC

Sierra Leone's Ambassador to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States and also Permanent Representative to the  Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Tuesday 13th July, 2010 joined high profile dignitaries in the ceremonial washing of

Illegal logging in the world's forests has fallen by nearly a quarter since 2002, according to what claims to be the most thorough analysis yet. (Photo: Illegal logging can remove vital wildlife habitat, leading to

The Freetown City Council (FCC), headed by city father Herbert George Williams, is almost always on the news spotlight for the wrong reasons. If the council is not being lambasted for its non transparent manner in

The London School of Journalism (LSJ) has awarded a ‘Diploma with Distinction’ to one of Sierra Leone’s finest journalists, Abdul Karim Kabia aka Abdul Fonti. The diploma was awarded to the journalist after successfully completing an

The second Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (REIK Hub) Summer School on governance of oil, gas and mining revenues, started on Monday 12th July 2010 at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA)

Former British Prime Minister has described Sierra Leone's President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma as an 'Exceptional Leader' who will lead the country to a bright future. "We also see a determined people with an exceptional President