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August 2010

A team of police cyber crime prevention unit and task force from the National Telecommunication last weekend at the Lungi Airport and its environs arrested retailers of SIM cards without registering subscribers. This crime, according to

The Minister of Energy and Water Resources, Professor Ogunande Davidson on Thursday, 18th August 2010 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for Technical Co-operation in the energy sector with Ghana’s Energy Minister, Dr. Oteng Adjei

One of the leading mobile communication companies in the country, Comium has dished out cash to lucky winners under the Cash for Life promotion. The sixth edition Cash for Life registered ten winners from the four

This medium has been reliably informed that police officers on the 22nd August this year arrested an Indian national, Bilal Ahmed for attempting to buy and smuggle stolen rails out of the shores of the

The unpleasant voice from the megaphone hits the streets of every corner of the Utopian City Chanting and eulogizing the development-driven pilot of the Flight to the Utopian City Despite the fact that the citizens of

Winners in the ongoing Africell ‘Find the Hidden Treasure’ Ramadan Promotion were presented with their cash, material and consolation prizes at the company’s 1 Pivot Street, Wilberforce Headquarters. A total of sixty-seven winners were rewarded

If the expectations of councilors in the Kenema city council came to pass, the Mayor of Kenema City, Chief Brima Kargbo, will be shown the exit door by a vote of no confidence. Residents of Kenema

At an emergency press briefing held yesterday at the Ministry of Defense headquarters, Tower Hill, the Minister of Defence, Alfred Palo Conteh (in photo)  announced the appointment of a new Chief of Defense Staff (CDS)

The Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Operations, Morie Lengor  has reacted angrily over a publication on the Tuesday edition of the Atomic newspapers which carried a lead headline “Police boss questions President

Someone once suggested that great leaders were born, not made. Women today arguably have more opportunities for greatness than ever before. They bring to life their girlhood dreams. They can overcome barriers of sexism, racism,

The digital and data leader, Zain Sierra Leone has taken Cellular Mobile Telephone System (CMTS) technology in Sierra Leone further to a more affordable step with its recent introduction of free Internet on mobile phones

A popular business entrepreneur and philanthropist has broken his silence on the issue of nationality prejudice in Sierra Leone. Nasser Ayoub (in photo), who was born in Sefadu, Kono district in 1971 to Dr. Soko

Interviews conducted with head teachers and principals of secondary schools in the Western Area revealed mass dissatisfaction over recent decision taken by the government with regards the country’s education system. These school authorities, who preferred anonymity,

The general public is hereby informed that, in accordance with the provisions of Section 168 (1) of the Constitution of Sierra Leone 1991 (Act 6 of 1991), and upon the advice of the Defence Council,

The cold war for supremacy between the Gullah Kinship Association and the minister of foreign affairs, Haja Zainab Bangura is far from over. Attempts by the national executive of the Gullah Kinship Association to see