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August 2010

He had been reported by the African Champion newspaper as being in an India hospital and at the point of death. Even after several reports of his being alive and well, the newspaper still declared

The general public is hereby informed that, pursuant to the provisions of Section 13 (1) of the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC) Act of 2010, and in keeping with the recommendations by the Board of

Sierra Leone has requested the Volta River Authority (VRA) and GRIDCo to rehabilitate its power system and train personnel to meet its manpower needs. Consequently, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the government of Ghana

125 years ago the Western imperialists including America, Britain, France and Germany met at a round table to carve up Africa into neo-political and neoeconomic entities. This was known as the “Congress of Berlin” that

Zakat (alms giving) is one of the pillars of Islam which Africell has fulfilled. The Muslim Community in Port Loko District, Northern Sierra Leone is the first to benefit in this year’s Ramadan gesture from

As we move towards higher heights in the world of telecommunications, it is time to think about how the use of Zain Sierra Leone network has bridged the gap between rich and poor people in

Titanium Resources Group (TRG) has suspended funding for the subsidiary that manages its Sierra Rutile mine, in Sierra Leone, while discussions with the government of that country regarding a loan were continuing. TRG told

Freetown, Sierra Leone, August 23, 2010—The number of paralegals providing free basic justice services in Sierra Leone will more than double next month, as donors join with non-governmental organizations and community-based groups to create a

An Exclusive Interview with Mr. Alpha Kholifa Koroma, LLB (HONS) LLM, MSC. (Lon, UK) - The Sierra Leone Chief Immigration Officer (CIO) was in Washington DC on a short official visit July 15 to August

At the age of 15, Kevin Fatoma Konomanyi is one of the youngest novelists in Britain. In 2010, he published his first novel Born 2 Rule, a historical work about the eventful life of a

The Judiciary of Sierra Leone under the leadership of Justice Umu Tejan Jalloh has embarked on the construction and renovation of many judicial courts across the country. (Photo: Kenema High Court building) According to the Master

On Wednesday 18th August 2010, the President of the 50/50 Group of Sierra Leone, Haja Saiminatu Kassim officially handed over a one year project funded by the TROCAIR, an international organization devoted to seeking justice

Dear Editor: Please allow me to send through your media outlet my sincere personal congratulatory message to the newly appointed Inspector General of Police, Mr. Francis Alieu Munu (in photo). I met Mr. Munu in his

In the “Supplement to the New Method Reader, Standard 111” which I read in that class in 1941 in the Bo School, it read, “The beauty of Israel is slain on the high places. How

Ex-service personnel, Sergeant Sheik Gibril Sesay of Hagan Street in the east of Freetown was, was yesterday arraigned before Magistrate Steven Conteh of the Freetown Magistrate Court No.1 for attempting to murder Baimba Turay. According to