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August 2011

The above extract is drawn from an  English poet called Sir Walter Raleigh in his poem ‘The Soul's Errand.’ The poet lashes on the ills surrounding not only the church and potentates (leaders) but also

Edie Bayor on Wed, 3rd Aug 2011 3:25 pm  If Maada Bio was the Vice Chairman at the time when killing of 28 people where killed during the NPRC then where was SAJ Musa. Foday Bangura on

NEPAD Agency’s support to the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources of Sierra Leone, within the World Bank funded West Africa Regional Fisheries Programme (WARFP) The Partnership for African Fisheries (PAF) is a regional Africa programme

The Sierra Leone Commercial Bike Riders Union (SLCMBRU) Saturday 6th held a passing out ceremony for 26 Bike Monitoring officers that completed training in management and movement of Okada riders countrywide. The president of the Union,

A Corporal in the Sierra Leone Military contingent in Darfur, Sudan is reportedly killed after falling into ambush in the town of Nyala in Darfur, Sudan. Corporal Sheku Mansaray, we are told, was killed late Friday

Sierra Leone’s only participant (Colonel John Edison Milton) at this year's Nigeria National Defense College Course Nineteen (19) has performed exemplarily during the one year intensive Military, Strategic and Policy training by not only attaining

The Deputy Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission Morlai Buya-Kamara has on Friday 5th August 2011 formally presented the new Eastern Regional Manager, Miss Evelyn Walker to staff and some alliance partners of the Commission in

On the 17th and 18th of October 2011 the Viridis Africa conference is to be held in Johannesburg, South Africa.  The event is dedicated to the introduction of clean technologies and associated business/investment opportunities. The intention

The Northern Regional office of Anti-Corruption Commission has taken the educational approach in the fight against corruption to student nurses in Makeni. This was in the form of a sensitization meeting with staff and students

It was one of Senegal's recurrent power cuts. But on 16 January, it lasted for 20 hours.  Chatting about politics and sipping tea as they were waiting for the electricity to come back, two rappers

New York, New York (Javelin – August 5, 2011) – Award-winning American actor and philanthropist Jeffrey Wright was interviewed about his development interests in Sierra Leone for the CNN series Connect the World.  Wright was

A UN report on the effects of oil pollution in Nigeria’s Delta region urges the oil company Shell to totally overhaul their procedures for cleaning up spills in the region.  (Photo:  Shell argues that the

Addis Ababa, 5 August 2011 – A workshop program on First Aid Healthy Safety training was held on 5 August 2011 at the AU Headquarters in Addis Ababa ,Ethiopia, in the presence of Anesthetist Kibret

Bio is blemished, he is a killer, and violator of human rights. And it is clearly stated in the TRC report ( flipping the pages ) that the “NPRC junta was involved in very serious

Following recent antipathy by staff of the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC), it has reached this press that 10 vehicles belonging to the corporation were unscrupulously sold and the proceeds put into the pockets of