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September 2010

Unisa Dizo Conteh, global President and CEO of Young Leaders-Sierra Leone (YLSL) has reiterated his country’s appreciation to the British former Prime Minister for his intervention for stopping the war in Sierra Leone. (Photo:  BBC

The police in Kabala, the regional headquarter town of Koinadugu District headed by Superintendent Henry M. Sesay, has arrested and charged to court one Peace Maker, Balasama Kargbo for having in his possession drugs believed

The Free Health Care policy, which was commissioned by President Ernest Bai Koroma and overwhelmingly welcomed and accepted by every Sierra Leonean, is about to be undermined by some evil forces of the APC led

Even though the press release by the Human Rights Commission calling on President Jacob Zuma to send back diamonds that were allegedly handed over to Miss Naomi Campbell by Charles Taylor may have come late,

Freetown – In what is one of the most shocking things to happen to a journalist here in recent times, the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists is consternated by the reported detention by Magistrate MAB

Leone Stars gave an impressive performance in Cairo against the African champion team Egypt in the 2012 AFCON qualifying game. Early in the game Egypt took control but a determined Leone Stars  team held their own

African democracy institute Idasa and CARE Australia will host a two-day forum at the Birchwood Hotel, Johannesburg, on 6-7 September 2010 on the “Role of civil society in good governance”. As the Australian Partnership with Africa

The state house announcement itself was not very unequivocal and left unanswered questions at the time; it simply said that it had pleased his Excellency President Ernest Bai Koroma to appoint a new Inspector-General and

African Minerals SL Ltd. (AML) Freetown, September 4, 2010 – African Minerals is pleased to announce that the first set of train engines, the locomotive with a capacity to pull over 20 loaded ballast wagons

The recent dreadful mudslides of August 8th and 18th 2010 that claimed so many lives and destroyed properties in Freetown is enough evidence that the environment is in a terrible mess. The government is now

Some pro APC propagandists appear not to really understand some of the issues about which they write, sometimes spreading their confused logic over several pages of their newspapers. How often have I reminded them of

Sierra Leonean residents in Spain have rejoiced over the appointment of Ahmed Jalloh as the country’s Consul accredited to Spain. The jubilation which was climaxed by intense dancing and drumming came about

In 2007, during the last few months of the Presidential Elections campaign, then APC Opposition Leader, Hon. Ernest Bai Koroma, attended the Abuja inauguration ceremony of the then newly-elected President Musa Yar’Ardua of Nigeria.  Among

Brussels, Belgium: What do a young fruit juice produce company in Uganda and a cashew nut cooperative in Côte d’Ivoire have in common? They are both past winners of the Project Incubator Award, an initiative

Dr. John Karefa-Smart. He led the delegation to Lancaster House in London which brought us Independence in 1961. Later, under the prime ministership of Sir Milton Margai, he was appointed Minister of Lands, Mines and Labour.