The attention of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has been drawn to Vol. 59 No.23 edition of the "Africa Confidential" Magazine of 18th November 2011 titled; "Ferry Fiasco Dents Koroma's Standing". The Commission having carefully examined
Freetown, 21st November, 2011 — UNDP and the Family Support Unit (FSU) of the Sierra Leone Police have ended series of community outreach sessions across the country to help end the “menace of sexual and
In a bid to garner support from MDAs in the North, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Wednesday 16th November, 2011 held a customized meeting with staff of the Provincial Secretary’s office at their Conference Room,
The Pan African Ahmadiyya Muslim Association (PAAMA) will on Saturday 26 November mark the 50th anniversaries of independence of Tanzania, Cameroon and Sierra Leone at an event in London.
The celebration is of special significance as
The general public is hereby informed that the 2nd Annual National Sports Awards Night organized by the Sports Writers Association of Sierra Leone (SWASAL), in collaboration with Mercury International (SL) Ltd., will take place on
Consequent to leaks published by Sierra Express Media on the subject: “42 counts… Mayor Escapes toBanjul,” City Council’s Chief Administrative Officer, Bowenson Philips (in photo) confidently corrected misquotes in story.
“I have not told you that
Erudite Mining Engineer Cum Politician, Alhaji Usman Boie Kamara, has vowed to enhance self-sufficiency among the women folks in Sierra Leone. The new-comer onto the political dance floor who slightly lost the SLPP flag bearership
The political education officer, Mr Idrisa Dizo-Conteh (senior), APC UK & Ireland branch calls for further political education for both secretaries of the SLPP and PMDC, UK & NI branch (Photo: Mr Idrisa Dizo-Conteh (senior))
At the recent SLEIPA organised "Invest in Sierra Leone" conference, His Excellency President Ernest Bai Koroma welcomed respective corporations, government ministers, diplomats, potential investors and all committed to Sierra Leone.
Buttressing President Koroma’s statement, Chief Financial
Will Facebook be here in 20years? Will this dominant social network today be a leading tech business in 20years? This question of the future is important for Facebook aside aiming to reach the one billion
Award wining philanthropist and popular businessman Nasser Ayoub continues to give helping hand to individuals and various institutions across the country. The Pademba Road maximum prison is the latest to benefit from his goodwill gesture.
The Minister of Works then Trades Ministry, Alimamy Pepito Koroma, has told sections of the media that a sum totaling Le 880 million meant for the construction of an ‘ultra modern market’ was longed passed
And did I hear him say that Le 880 million offered the Sierra Leone government reached hands of President Koroma? This is shameful though. (Photo: Ibrahim Samura, editor)
The Idiot was shocked when told that Alimamy
Mainstream journalism needs a complete overhaul if it is to survive as a legitimate voice of society, according to a Sierra Leonean academic at Northumbria University.
In his new book, Human Rights Journalism: Advances in Reporting