The mass media today has evolved to including the Internet, that has been creating impact on the public negatively as well as positively. The social networking of the internet has been very instrumental in making
Julie Gichuru is an award-winning Kenyan television journalist rated by Forbes business magazine in 2011 as one of “20 youngest powerful women in Africa.” Ms. Gichuru (in photo) has a reputation as an engaging TV
Mr. Conteh and Kenneth Macauley, both teachers of the Albert Academy Secondary School (AA) are reportedly in the midst of a ‘money for admission’ scam.
Francis Kamara, a former pupil of the Ansarul Muslim Secondary School, and
Human Rights Commission Sierra Leone commemorated ‘Human Rights Day’ Saturday 10th at the new YWCA hall in Freetown.
The chairperson, Commissioner Yasmin Jusu Sheriff, said that the human rights section in Sierra Leone has on a number
Pupils of Government Model Secondary School have described the attitude of their teachers as unprofessional and unpatriotic; and accuse the Education Minister of incompetence. (Photo: Minister of Education, Minkailu Bah)
“Even though government boastfully says it
The International School, Jomo Kenyatta Road, since inception has been in the process of nurturing tomorrow's champions; training students of the school to stand as the strong pillars towards self development and development of Sierra
Freetown - The membership of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists, in a general meeting on Thursday 8 December 2011, unanimously agreed to seek legal action against two members of the Presidential Bodyguards who beat
Teacher of the Makeni Comprehensive Academy Makeni, Mr. Foday Khalil Sheriff, has been convicted for corruption offences under the ACC Act 2008 by the High Court of Sierra Leone.
Delivering his verdict at the High Court
Jan de Nul was contracted by AML to re-establish a navigational channel by dredging from Pepel out along the Sierra Leone River to Freetown
The channel being required to allow safe passage of Handymax Bulk carriers
Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire 9 December 2011 – The Department of Political Affairs of the African Union has provided some visibility and information materials to the African Union Observers Mission mandated by the Chairperson of the
Thank you climate change, thanks for being the factor for which Nigeria will be supported to move in direction of low carbon transport and energy efficiency. The British government listed Nigeria amongst developing nations that
The high-level African leaders who included the Africa Union’s Chairman Hon. Jean Ping, the head of the African Development bank Dr. Donald Kaberuka, Congo-Brazzavile’s minister for sustainable development, Hon. Henrie Jombo and South Africa’s minister