Africell yesterday commemorated the Day of the African Child on the theme ‘Girl Child Education is a Must’ in collaboration with Music Makers and the Children’s Forum Network at the National Stadium car park.
Kenyan ICT firm Colocation4Africa is setting new standards for data backup and business continuity for companies around Africa, with their 11,000 square foot Data Center facility in Pennsylvania, USA. (Photo: The 11,000 square foot
The colonial adage: “learning is better than silver and gold,” is a superficial academic assertion.
In the 21st century, science and human existence have revolutionized the way we live, interact, and die, to determine our social
Shooting Stars FC of Maburka will engage Mile 91 in the finals of the Tonkolili Division II final organised by the Tonkolili Football Association which started in April of 2011.
Shooting Stars had earlier defeated Yoni
The Independent Media Commission (IMC) yesterday organized training for national media monitors at radio Mankneh in Makeni town in the Northern Province.
The training cut across representatives from the North and Kono Districts respectively.
The IMC however
Old Edwardians and Central Parade played to a goal-less draw in the Sierra Leone Premier League at the National Stadium in Freetown on Wednesday15 June. (Photo: Central Parade team)
The result means Old Edwardians have
By way of reflection, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) was established by the government of Sierra Leone to, among other things, checkmate leakages in the management of public funds, thereby promoting accountability in public institutions.
The Sierra Leone Volleyball Association (SLVA) in collaboration with the Confederation of African Volleyball (CAVB), have set aside Le 84m ahead of the Zone 11 Continental Volleyball Tournament slated for 3rd-5th July 2011, at Lumley/Aberdeen
The ‘Arab Awakening,’ as it is dubbed by political scientists, is taking no one by surprise anymore. It seems like a contagious disease, hitting all the despots and igniting the half-reformed rulers to improve on
Regional Workshop on Dispersant Use Policies in West and Central Africa
Accra, 16 June - The Interim Guinea Current Commission (IGCC)/Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem (GCLME) announces a Regional Workshop on Policies on Dispersant uses
The attention of Ambassador Dr. Christian Sheka Kargbo (in photo) has been drawn to misleading local and online newspaper reports centred on the termination of service of Mr. Peter J. Kuyembeh, Administrative Officer at the