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October 2011

Who says the fire at Lands Ministry was an accident? It’s not at all. It has pleased Mr. Idiot to inform all concerned that he has been tasked to coordinate with the police as they

The lack of selling standard products at affordable prices, which have been a major problem in trade, was resolved in Bo on Saturday October 22nd, 2011 when the Attitudinal and Behavioral Change (ABC) Secretariat dialogued

Green Tech or Clean Tech in the African context is much about the provision of sustainable resources primary to human daily existence, namely energy and water. Coupled with this is also the need to ensure sustainability

As World Bank/IFC ranks Sierra Leone among the world’s 10 most-improved economies for entrepreneurs Freetown, Sierra Leone, October 21, 2011—The Government of Sierra Leone’s commitment to improving the country’s business climate has reaped results. Sierra Leone

Education is the heartbeat and power-engine of development. To have a cutting edge and sustainable development, African countries should allocate more funds on science, technology and telecommunication. In the business world time is of essence

Following a week long verification process to identify Sierra Leoneans living in Germany, the Chief Immigration Officer (CIO), Mr Alpha Kholifa Koroma has denied reports claiming that the process was to deport Sierra Leoneans in

Last Friday, 21 October 2011, Salone Radio in Amsterdam interviewed Hans Eijkhout, Project Officer, Labour Migration & Human Development International Organization for Migration (IOM) and William Clarkson, an avid participant of the Temporary Return of Qualified

Charles Francis Margai, for most Sierra Leoneans can best be described with two known adjectives: a learned legal luminary and politician.  While he may have a lot of legal victories under his belt, the same

For over 10 years, Sierra Leone fought a brutal war that took us nowhere and it was only in {2002?} that the decade long civil war officially came to an end, following the destruction of

Military officers attached to the 5th Infantry Brigade in Gondamah Village and Fire Force Brigade in Bo were on Friday October 21st, 2011 opportune to benefit from sensitization lectures delivered by members of  the Attitudinal

Jusu Jaka Yawmah (in photo), a Sierra Leonean living in Ghana, and one of the country’s most young talented poets has illuminated his brilliance once more by sharing a masterpiece he calls, “one of the

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, accompanied by her husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, will visit Freetown for the first time from 23-26 October to take part in the ongoing celebrations marking the 50th

As Sierra Leone continues to recover from its decade civil war, the President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma is more than determined to transform the country in order to achieve its development objectives.  His thirst and

Addis Ababa, 20 October 2011 – It was a solemn and pathetic memorial service that was organised by the African Union Commission on Thursday 20 October 2011, in honor of late Madam Elisabeth Tankeu, Commissioner

Ambassador Dr. Marie Jilo Barnett prior to the General Elections in Liberia and in pursuance of peace in the sub-region at various conferences held in Monrovia/Liberia, in her capacity as guest speaker lectured on peace