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April 2011

AIK's offensive star Sierra Leonean, Mohamed Bangura 21, was speechless from the derby at Rasunda after he realised top European club representatives were watching him. Before the eyes of representatives from Tottenham, Chelsea and Bayern Munich

West Ham striker Carlton Cole has accepted a Football Association charge of improper conduct for remarks made on social networking site Twitter.  (Photo: Carlton Cole, who is of Nigerian and Sierra Leone descent) During England's 1-1

Sierra Leone’s first choice goalkeeper, Christian Caulker has said he will have to do more and prove himself as he can’t wait to turn critics to admirers.  (Photo: Vasteras keeper, Christian Caulker ) After his team’s

As we celebrate our 50th anniversary of self rule, we must first thank the Almighty for his grace and glory to let us celebrate this milestone. May our nation continue to be the realm of

Baked by Mr. Sun Beaten by Mrs. Rain Spat upon by passersby Spoken about in history books I’m still here Dressed by Grandpa Green Dressed by Uncle Red Dressed by Brother Combat I’m

Freetown 13th April, 2011- The attention of the Government of Sierra Leone has been drawn to a Press statement by Sable Mining Africa Limited, issued on the 7th April, 2011, claiming ownership of a 50

Sierra Leone's Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been re-appointed by His Excellency President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma after a successful two-year tenure in office.  (Photo: Ambassador Wusu Munu in the midst of his

The Mayor of the City of Freetown, Herbert George Williams is reportedly in a confused state owing to information that an indictment chart exists at the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) for him. A secret, but real

The recent promotion of senior police officers apparently casts blame of bribery given the Inspector General of Police Francis Munu (in photo). Sources say persons promoted paid bribes of raw US dollars to the office of

Culture, as observed in this part of the world (West Africa) has been visiting homes of the ordinary, inflicting occulted harm to up and coming generations. Notably, traditional leaders are in the habit of forcing the

Residents of Upper Tengbeh have had their mouths opened, pondering over witch confessions of a housewife against her dead husband. Alpha Koroma, who died in 2010, supernaturally tormented his wife, Mummy Koroma, making her confess that

The Independence celebration marking Sierra Leone’s 50th anniversary has triggered mass return of Sierra Leoneans in the diaspora to join their compatriots in making the anniversary a success back home.  (Photo: Julius Conteh presenting the

The death of Richie Olu Awoonor-Gordon, Sierra Leone’s most celebrated pro-people campaigner is without question a big loss. The unprecedented outpouring of tributes from across the ideological and political divide is a testimony to this. 

Members of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists in Exile (ASALJIE, Sydney, Australia) deeply regret the loss of one of the strongest pillars of Sierra Leonean journalism, Mr. Olu Gordon. We therefore hereby express our

Perceived supporters of former Côte d'Ivoire President Laurent Gbagbo are at risk of violent reprisals, despite President Outtara’s call on Monday for Ivorians to “abstain from all forms of reprisals and violence”, Amnesty International warned