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November 2011

It has been brought to the notice of Sierra Express Media that unpaid City Council workers want Mayor George Herbert Williams impeached and put on trial for financial mismanagement. Workers of the City Council Tuesday 15th

Women’s World International (WWI) concluded an awareness raising campaign on Sexual Gender Base Violence (SGBV) and political participation of women in governance at the Patricia Kabbah Memorial Secondary School, Peninsular Road, Goderich. Giving an over view of

We should recall that earlier this year traffic police officers arrested a member of parliament for driving an unregistered vehicle. It was considered a traffic offence. The head of police, Inspector General Munu was immediately

The German Development Cooperation and G12, in collaboration with the National Commission for Social Action (NacSA) have completed technical supervision field mission to Kailihun District, Koinadugu District and the Lumper Lorry Park in the Waterloo

2007 Parliamentary aspirant for the opposing Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP), Mr. Mohamed Kamara (aka Med Kay), has donated a whopping sum of Le 38.2 m for the refurbishment of two Police Stations in the

Marylebone Cricket Club of London, UK, donates cricket nets and flooring to the Sierra Leone Cricket Association:   Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has sent the Sierra Leone Cricket Association (SLCA) an early Christmas present this November

Addis Ababa, 16 November 2011- The African Union Commission (AUC), through the Department of Rural Economy and Agriculture, hosted the Meeting of the Committee of African Heads of State and Government on Climate Change (CAHOSCC)

Smart Mr. Idiot has hacked facts showing reasons why the British Prime Minister (sorry Gay Lobbyist) insists he will not give support to African countries that throw-out ‘gayism.’ Go ask the British Prime Minister if

There is some “good news” following press reports in the past weeks that people known for climate change skepticism are shifting their stance. Thank You Sirs, but we know that inaction regarding the needed international

The US highway 17 widening project in Mount Pleasant goes right through the middle of the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor, which extends from Wilmington, North Carolina, to St. Augustine, Florida, and was designated as a

Alhaji Usman Boie Kamara, one time flagbearer aspirant for Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) yesterday paid an impromptu visit to his party's head office; and hundreds of party supporters excitedly came to cheer. The visit nevertheless sparked

Addax Bio Energy, presently operating in Makeni in the northern region of Sierra Leone, disclosed plans to provide over 2,000 lucrative jobs for youths in Sierra Leone. This disclosure was made by the Managing Director of

As Sierra Leoneans perceive the 2012 elections a violent one, the Movement for Youth and Children’s Rights (MYCR) has concluded training for youths who are seen as violators of crimes during elections.  (Photo: Sierra Leone

Cluff Gold Company with operations at Baomahun has provided financial support to the Sierra Leone Trade and Investments partnership Forum aimed at showcasing the country’s enormous resources and investment opportunities.  (Photo: Country Manager of Cluff

The stage is now set for Sierra Leone’s 2012 polls. The Electoral Commissioner - Christiana Thorpe has announced November 17th 2012 as the date for the holding of national elections. Also the opposition SLPP’s presidential