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March 2011

Sometimes one wants to stay put and keep quiet, thinking that with time people will change or accept positive changes.  It is true that only fools and gods don't change but wise and patriotic people

BAM International, the operating company of Dutch construction and engineering giant Royal BAM Group active outside Europe, has won in a (50/50) joint venture with Stefanutti Stocks (a large construction group from South Africa) the

According to BBC news, Ivory Coast and Libya's 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers this weekend have been moved to neutral venues because of the upheaval in the two countries. (Photo: Didier Drogba will

Getting a computer certification requires time and hard work. In order for certifications to be respected, they must represent effort on your part. Although there are hundreds to pick from, the basic steps to getting

Counselor and Head of the Commonwealth Desk at the Sierra Leone High Commission in the United Kingdom, returned back in London early this week after a successful trip in Geneva, Switzerland.  (Photo: Josephine Marah with

According to The Nation, Frontline airline Arik Air is to establish a national carrier for Sierra Leone under a multi-billion dollar deal. Leon Air will begin operations in July, barring last-minute hitches. It will be operated

Authority of Heads of State and Government of Economic Community of West African States Commission (ECOWAS) including Sierra Leone’s President Ernest Bai Koroma will meet at the Congress Hall of the Transcorp - Hilton Hotel

Ghana's Sulley Muntari is an injury doubt for Sunday's 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Congo and next Tuesday's friendly against Wembley. (Photo: Muntari's potential absence from the Congo clash is a big

Koidu: The Chairman elect of the just concluded Kono District Council (KDC) election Finda Diana Konomani over the weekend took the oath of office, administered on her by the Permanent Secretary of Rural Development in

Almost 400 organizations have signed a petition against Africa’s tallest dam, which will be delivered to Ethiopian embassies across Europe and the United States to mark World Water Day on Tuesday March 22nd.  (Photo: The

Sierra Leone’s President Ernest Bai Koroma last Saturday called on the management of Koidu Kimberlite Resettlement Project, being undertaken by Koidu Holdings Limited (KHL), to provide the new resettled community with safe drinking water, electricity,

Pujehun - "It is unacceptable that so many women die in the basic act of giving life. Universal access to quality antenatal, obstetric, neonatal and postnatal care, and an integrated childhood care, can ensure a

A 17-man Leone Stars delegation has safely arrived in Niamey to honour their African Cup of Nations qualifying match against Mena of Niger scheduled for Sunday, March 27 2011.  (Photo:  Leone Stars Mohamed Kallon) The delegation

That growth potential helps explain why the World Bank's offices in Sierra Leone and Liberia, which typically focus on building roads or power plants, have allocated $57 million to support a $300 million project to

Wigan winger Victor Moses has been handed a late invitation by Nigeria for Sunday's 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia. The 20-year-old, who was born in the West African country, is heading for Abuja